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List Compiled by Sam Long | Assistant Lifestyles Editor Are y’all ready for the Grammy’s this year? With the music industry revived, this year’s Grammy Awards are chock full of competitive nominations and performances from record-breaking artists. The 64th-year ceremony includes several MTSU alumni, including Maria Elise Ayerbe for Best Latin Pop Album and Ceylon …

Story and Photos by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer The Chris Young Café held the very first Battle of the Boy Bands Dance Party. Students danced to songs from popular 2000s-2010s boy groups like The Jonas Brothers, Big Time Rush and One Direction.  “I loved jumping up and down with the lights and all the …

Story and Photos by Matthew Giffin | Contributing Writer A musical duo of Middle Tennessee State University students rocked the house at Just Love Coffee Cafe on MTCS Road yesterday afternoon with some familiar Celtic tunes played on fiddle and guitar in celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day. Goodgame (left) and Posey during their show Livi …

Story and Photos by Mikayla Hart | Contributing Writer Singer-songwriter, Cassie Joy, played with her band on Wednesday night at Middle Tennessee State University in the Keathley University Center Theater for this week’s Spare-hosted event, “Wednesday Night Live.” Spare hosts this event weekly, and features a revolving door of MTSU student artists. To kick off …

Story and Photos by Mikayla Hart | Contributing Writer Singer-songwriter and Middle Tennessee State University student, Maya Nicole performed at the Keathley University Center Theater this week for the Spare-hosted event, “Wednesday Night Live.” With her clean melodies, rich tone, and old soul, Maya took the crowd on a journey through her seven-song set.   Maya …

Photo: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Felix Cavaliere during a performance in 2019. Publicity photo by Leon Volskis. Story by Sam Long | Assistant Editor All the world over, so easy to see / People everywhere just want a be free. “People Got to be Free” by the Rascals It’s the 1960s and …