Fashionable hopeful fans waited outside of Amoeba Music to see Los Angeles-based indie rock band Best Coast on Tuesday in Hollywood.
The Claremont Village Square was packed with cheering fans as the Fab 8, a Beatles tribute band, finished singing their rendition of “Hey Jude” last Friday night.
A collectively unique-looking group of all ages, atypical to the musical ensembles you usually see at the University, gathered onstage with their violins, violas or cellos for their weekly rehearsal at Morgan Auditorium.
The Pomona College Orchestra performed Saturday night at the Mabel Shaw Bridges Hall of Music at the Pomona College.
Acoustic sounds of violin, guitar and guitarron filled Morgan Auditorium Sunday evening as the soulful vocals of Trio Ellas performed a variety of mariachi music in Spanish and English.
Youth and talent make for a particularly volatile combination in the music industry, as critics and fans can trace an artist’s musical development, and by extension personal maturation, from the point of discovery to that first Grammy and beyond.
Every Monday evening the harmony of a barbershop chorus rings out past the dimmed lights and stained glass of the University Chapel.
Douglas Cleveland performed at the Mabel Shaw Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College on Sunday.
With the summer there came a noticeable lull in noteworthy music releases, forcing critics to dig deep for something to talk about. In hindsight, the summer lull was an indicator of big things to come in the world of music. That thing was the month of September.
Sgt. Peppers, a Beatles tribute band, performed Tuesday night on the Davenport Dining Hall patio.