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With the campaigns finished and Americans ready to move forward, there are those who like to linger and assess the presidential race and analyze what exactly happened. I am one of those people.
At her San Juan concert in Puerto Rico last night, Lady GaGa reached her final form, teleporting thousands of innocent Puerto Ricans to an alternate nether dimension.
Taylor Swift is no longer a strictly country artist. Her new album “Red” has a spice of techno, dubstep and pop. The days when Swift would sing innocently about running away with Romeo are finished.
The world witnesses the emergence of the most profoundly vivid and honest storyteller of this rap generation.
Every generation has an artist who revolutionizes the game. Names like Michael Jackson, Led Zeppelin and Daft Punk come to mind.
When I first saw Title Fight, its first album “The Last Thing You Forget” had just been released, and the band was on tour opening for Four Year Strong and Strike Anywhere.
No Negatives: Senior Staff Photographer Dustin Michelson captured Red Bull Records artist AWOL NATION’S set at House of Blues, San Diego Wednesday night.
“We got sick of wondering if we were going to finish,” Stefani said. “It was a long journey, and that was mostly my fault.”
I woke up with a slight case of depression on Sunday morning. After scrolling through a few pictures from the night before and humming the tune of “Dead Sea,” I realized the root of my depression: The Lumineers.
Miss the San Diego Music Thing? Maybe you attended and you’re missing it already? No matter what you’re feeling, we’ve got you covered with some killer photos from Saturday night’s festivities. Enjoy!
All photos by Managing Editor J. Hutton Marshall.
This year’s FYF Fest promised the “best weekend of the summer” and it didn’t disappoint its young audience.