Concerts

What a long, strange trip it has been

Dead and Company’s recent outdoor concert provided the perfect re-introduction to live music.

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We sing for ice cream: The great a cappella comeback

WashU a cappella returned last week with their outdoor ice cream social.

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WUStock cancelled, Battle of the Jams winners hope for another chance

Members of Third Chance, the winner of this year’s Battle of the Jams, reflect on WUStock’s cancellation.

Isabelle Gillman | Staff Writer

Weekend concert roundup: Feb. 21-23

Check out who’s playing by Wash. U. this weekend!

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Weekend concert roundup: Jan. 24-26

Check out who’s playing by Wash. U. this weekend!

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Weekend concert roundup Nov. 22-24

Check out who’s playing by Wash. U. this weekend!

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Sensasians, Sur Taal Laya bring fun 80s themed a cappella with ‘Stranger Sings’

Purple lights cast an eerie glow on the stage in Emerson Auditorium. Low, soft covers of songs I was pretty sure I knew played on the speakers. Attendees filed in slowly, filling the first half of the auditorium easily but leaving the back half sparsely populated. The show was about to start: Stranger Sings, The Sensasians and Sur Taal Laya’s (STL) 80s-themed fall concert.

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Weekend concert roundup Nov. 15-17

Check out who’s playing by Wash. U. this weekend!

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Weekend concert roundup Nov. 8-10

Check out who’s playing by Wash. U. this weekend!

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Music you love as a stress reliever: My experience at an AJR concert

There’s always this feeling I have right after leaving the movie theater, like the world stopped moving while you sat in your seat and were transported to an alternate universe. I got that same sort of feeling as the lights went down at the end of AJR’s “Neotheater” tour.

Orly Einhorn | Contributing Writer

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