MU's chorale ensemble

March 25, 2009

The Chorale at Millersville University is the most select choral ensemble on campus. It is comprised of 32 experienced singers of various majors and academic levels. . . .

Music Friday at local Lancaster venues

March 25, 2009

There are few people who can remain in a bad mood while drinking coffee and listening to local music. Every third Friday of the month, Lancaster City features local bands and solo artists throughout the town, mainly on Prince and Queen Street. Rachel’s Creperie, Prince Street Café and Pennsylvania College of Art & Design are just a few of the places where you can experience music on Third Friday. . . .

Wide variety of music at pop festival

March 18, 2009

Watching D.A. Pennebacker’s The Completely Monterey Pop Festival, takes us back to periods of history with an atmosphere of change in the air, as new music, new norms and more. . . .

Lighting the flames yet again

March 18, 2009

With this sequel to his Flamers disc and unofficial preview to his first Gangsta Grillz mixtape, Philly’s trap rap wunderkind, Meek Mill has established a promising reputation amongst not only the Philly artists he consistently outshines but the label bigwigs anticipating profitable Philadelphia talent. . . .

MU record label believes in talent

February 25, 2009

Millersville University’s record label is unlike any other organization on campus. They are a student run, non-profit group called, First Dimension Records or FDR. According to the label’s website, FDR focuses on “creating a quality product that is competitive with other independent labels.” . . .

Rock bands bring Club de'Ville to life

February 25, 2009

The party scene was in full swing on Friday, Feb. 20, leaving the campus deserted. The Club de ‘Ville was having its own party in the form of a rock concert. There, a fairly large crowd gathered to see Goodbye Sunrise and Composure, the two performing bands. Both bands lit up the Club de ‘Ville with incredibly well-written songs that take a departure from most of today’s music. . . .

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