Date musicians

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Published on July 16th, 2015 | by Ashley Trevino Why You Should Date A Musician 3..2..1, and begin the one minute guitar solo. A guy is holding a custom fender while he sings about his last break up or something else related to his personal life. Out of the guys I’ve dated, musicians are by far […]

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Drake vs. Meek Mill: A War of Words

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In mid-July, the rapper Meek Mill instigated a feud with collaborator Drake via Twitter. He claimed Drake used a ghostwriter on a track on his new record – perhaps the ultimate insult in the hip-hop world. One could see Meek Mill’s rage as street rap’s struggle with the commercial success of an artist like Drake, […]

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A Practical Approach to Feminism

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I have a confession to make: I really enjoy watching awards shows. Not all of them, and I certainly don’t plan my week around them. But if I’m home and don’t have anything pressing to do, I will curl up on the couch with a mug of hot chocolate or something and settle in for […]

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Stand Up and Speak Out Like Taylor Swift

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If you’re up on social media at all, you have probably heard that Taylor Swift addressed an open letter to Apple execs to call them out on not paying artists, writers, and producers during the 3-month free trial Apple will be offering every user with their new service, Apple Music. Her letter was polite and […]

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I’d Think To That: Tim McGraw And The Sandy Hook Fundraiser

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The Internet is filled with think pieces from the left and think pieces from the right. Every week, I’ll be offering my unique perspective on the issues of our time. Spoiler alert: I’m correct. You may have heard that country star Tim McGraw is holding a benefit concert for the families of the victims of the […]

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I’d Think To That: Thinks On The Superbowl!

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The Internet is filled with think pieces from the left and think pieces from the right. Every week, I’ll be offering my unique perspective on the issues of our time. Spoiler alert: I’m correct. Well the Superbowl happened again last weekend, and as per usual, there is already a glut of postmortem think pieces on […]

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Adulting: Changing the Dialogue About Success

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The Era of Taytay is here. Country’s dearly departed sweetheart Taylor Swift’s crossover to pop is an uber success; she has taken over the internet as the queen of memes, is breaking records and winning over the hearts of America (including mine). Swift is seriously at the top of her game. And she is only […]

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Lollapalooza: Days 2 & 3 Recap

Lolla 2016 Day 2 recap: A stellar Radiohead set, more rain and no Bieber

I had a feeling this would happen… but I was just having too much fun to sit down and write after a long day of walking, dancing, shouting, and eating. These were two very eventful days. So many artists to see, so little time. We had to run across all of Grant Park to catch […]

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Lollapalooza: Day 1 Recap

Lollapalooza Day 1 Recap: No Rain Will Hold Us Back

I’ll begin by saying this: WOW, there are a lot of people at Lolla. I went last year too, but it just never fails to amaze me how many people come out to enjoy amazing music and have a good time. Now, I didn’t get there until about 5:00 PM yesterday, so there were certainly […]

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Lollapalooza Kicks Off!

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The day we have all been waiting for all summer (or all year in some cases) is finally here! We kicked off the weekend with a pre-Lolla show at The Vic. CHVRCHES played for an hour, whose music was properly described by my brother as an ” 80’s electronic band with current technology”. Needless to say, […]

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