MOORHEAD — 2023 has been Country music’s biggest year commercially since the 90’s. Artists like Morgan Wallen and Luke Combs are putting up the biggest sales and streaming numbers of the year. (Wallen’s single Last Night spent 16 weeks at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100). With
MOORHEAD – As an avid Olivia Rodrigo fan, I was very excited for her sophomore album “GUTS” to come out on Sept. 8. I thoroughly enjoyed her first album “SOUR” when it came out and was excited to get some new music just two years later. It pains me to
On April 1, 2023, David Eyler hosted his last Percussion Day at Concordia College. This 31-year annual event hosts prospective students from local high schools, current students, and a vast array of alumni all coming together to support percussion day activities and Eyler’s last year at Concordia College before retirement.
Amazon Prime is serving book lovers, classic rock dads, and “born-in-the-wrong-generation” Gen Zers a heaping portion of Emmy and Grammy-worthy content this month. The highly anticipated miniseries adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s “Daisy Jones and the Six” premieres on Friday, March 3, 2023, and based on the promo, we have
North Dakota State University has had a bright and amazing music program throughout the years. One thing that has been missing in the most recent of years is an orchestra program. Sigurd Johnson wants to change that. Johnson is the director of percussion studies at NDSU. He was also the
Peter Haberman and Kevin Sütterlin, directors of the Concordia band and orchestra, have pledged to match up to $10,000 in donations for the orchestra and band students’ upcoming trip to Spain. The international tour, which sees the two groups give concerts, provide lessons and collaborate with bands and orchestras in
Throughout the weeks leading up to finals, the Concordia music department puts an additional obligation on its students. Various ensembles and groups are combined into one big Christmas concert for students, parents, professors, alumni and community members alike to enjoy. Concerts ran from Dec. 3 through Dec. 5 in Moorhead,