Dead and Company’s recent outdoor concert provided the perfect re-introduction to live music.
WashU a cappella returned last week with their outdoor ice cream social.
Members of Third Chance, the winner of this year’s Battle of the Jams, reflect on WUStock’s cancellation.
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.
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.
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