Category: Concert Commentary

Noire Stages of Love

When I first heard about the concert Noire, I was immediately in awe of the title and what it meant to me. Noire celebrates and acknowledges the what it means to be black. Being that

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Chicago and Earth Wind and Fire Concert Post

The funk genre arose during the 1960s and is a mixture of previously explored Black genres, such as R&B, soul, and jazz. It contains characteristics such as blues-styled horn arrangements, guitar timbres, and soul-styled vocals.

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Earth Wind and Fire

In 2004 Earth, Wind, and Fire performed alongside the group Chicago at the Greek Theatre. Earth Wind and Fire is a funk group that was founded in Chicago, Illinois in the late 1960s. The group

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Junior Recital: Halle Josey

The Junior Recital was performed on Sunday, April 29th, 2018 at 7pm in the Johnetta B. Cole Living and Learning Center II. The recital was in honor of Ms. Halle Josey. She is a junior,

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