When the rest of the school is bustling with night classes, and horns honk in the rush of finding a parking space, there is a pure angelic sound that flows from the University of La Verne Chapel.
John Joines, a senior music major at the University of La Verne, said he simply loves music.
The Rage has died out. Early in October, Zack De la Rocha, frontman for the intense, politically charged, hard rock band Rage Against the Machine, stepped down.
With a love of hot rods, custom cars and rock and roll, three men came together and envisioned an idea that they hope will be the first of a yearly Halloween tradition.
Limp Bizkit, the band that had almost every male from the age of 12-30 in backward red Starter caps, is back. In their highly anticipated third album Limp Bizkit does justice to fans by rarely straying from the metal/rap genre that gained them recognition with their last album, “Significant Other.”
While writing and performing music heavily influenced by ska and its emphasis on the offbeats, seven close friends demonstrate the philosophy that the whole is greater than its parts.
The Glass House in Pomona picked up where it left off after last Monday’s performance by Bad Religion when another punk band, Face to Face, packed the cozy venue last Thursday.
People of all ages gathered around to hear local bands playing at the Glendora Foursquare Church in Glendora. The four bands that played were Frank Scares Me, Miscellaneous X, Custom Deluxe and Seventen.
Punk is not dead. This Monday Pomona’s Glass House was full of die hard fans of punk rock as they eagerly lined up outside to see one of the oldest punk bands still touring-Bad Religion.
Forget the New Kids on the Block (sorry Toni Dreier), forget the Dixie Chicks (sorry Jennifer Parsons) and forget other bands and artists who come and go within a few months after one or two hits. It is all about Morrissey.