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James Bay and Noah Kahan concert review

James Bay and Noah Kahan concert review

James Bay’s (pictured above) album, Electric Light, was released in May of 2018 (Photo credit Emily Hope) Christina Laderoute Connector Staff James Bay and Noah Kahan played a show at The Orpheum Theatre in Boston on Sunday, Mar. 10. For Vermont native Kahan, this was his hometown show. His family came out to support him as

Lou transcends expectations with ‘Paper Castles’

“Paper Castles” is Alice Phoebe Lou’s third album. (Photo credit Mikey Burey) Christina Laderoute Connector Staff The self-released album “Paper Castles” by Alice Phoebe Lou lends itself to a whole new level of artistry. With otherworldly arrangements and celestial vocals, Lou manages to transport the listener to a different dimension. With 10 songs spanning 37

Vermont native Noah Kahan embarks on U.S. tour with James Bay

Kahan signed with Republic Records in 2017. (Photo credit Josh Goleman) Christina Laderoute Connector Staff Going from a small town of 1,079 people to touring the country with James Bay definitely sounds like a dream, but for Vermont native Noah Kahan, it is his reality. Growing up there was a lot of music in his

‘One Day at a Time’ Season 3: Netflix’s hidden gem

The opening theme of “One Day at a Time” is performed by Gloria Estefan. (Photo courtesy of Netflix) Troy Lafond Connector Staff On Friday, Feb. 8, Netflix released the third season of “One Day at a Time,” a sitcom that follows the lives of a Cuban-American family living in Los Angeles. It is based on

‘Green Book’ should not have been Best Picture

“Green Book” also won Best Original Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor. (Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures) Owen Johnson Connector Editor The Academy Awards is known for causing controversy not just for who gets snubbed during the nomination process, but also over who and what ends up winning. In 1999, “Shakespeare in Love” beat “Saving Private

‘The Black Album’: This is bad and Weezer should feel bad

This is Weezer’s sixth self-titled album. (Photo courtesy of Atlantic Records and Crush Music) Aaron Robinson Connector Editor If anyone has ever had a beloved friend make really bad decisions, then Weezer’s “The Black Album” should remind those people of that time. It is almost impossible to find an album worse than this, except if

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