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Photo and story by Isong Maro / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University students flocked to Murphy Center in the bunches for this year’s traditional spring semester concert, put on by SPARE. The slated headliners were new-wave rappers Lil Yachty and Blackbear. The headlining performances were preceded by an MTSU student hip-hop artist going by the …

Photo and story by Micaela Griffin / Contributing Writer The line of fans waiting to see The Band CAMINO and The Night Game at Exit/In last Wednesday night wrapped around the block. Opening act, The Band CAMINO, is a Memphis-based alternative group that packs high energy into every song of their sets. Wednesday night’s performance …

Photo and story by Morgan Brantley / Contributing Writer With roughly 50 fans packed around the small stage at the High Watt Wednesday night patiently waiting to watch Hunny put on an unforgettable performance, it was almost impossible not to feel the sheer amount of energy radiating from the eager crowd. Hunny, a band hailing …

Story and video by Luke Stone / Contributing Writer Puckett’s restaurant in downtown Murfreesboro is bringing in weekly crowds to catch the latest installments of MTSU Music Mondays, a live series that features music from local MTSU music artists. The events are organized by Rahsaan Robinson through his startup agency, Nova Talent. Robinson started Nova …

Photo and story by Micaela Griffin / Contributing Writer Murfreesboro knows that Bonhoeffer’s is the place to go when craving a chill Thursday night. With some great acts in addition to their free coffee bar, the venue keeps audiences happy. Thursday night’s impressive lineup featured Shawn Goyer, Ally Burgess, Jarren Blair and The City Planner, …

Photo and story by / Logan DeLoye Contributing Writer On March 15, Dan Margolies, 49, professor of history at Virginia Wesleyan University, spoke at MTSU’s Center for Popular Music about his knowledge of the old-time music culture in the train-hopping, punk south. Margolies opened his speech with a performance on his banjo, to display a …