Fans and attendees of the show on Friday night will hear the new Aberdeen single and reacquaint themselves with The NYChillharmonic, whose singer attended Central High School.
Posts by Sal Nudo:
Getting It Right: A look at the Jupiter String Quartet
The Jupiter String Quartet has hit many high notes since arriving in C-U ten years ago. And when the Jupiters don’t get it exactly right, they keep plugging away.
A mid-day break at Bevier Café
Sal tries quality food at Bevier Café, a restaurant nestled into a second-floor corner of Bevier Hall.
Sarah Borges brought musical fireworks to The Rose Bowl
Sal attended Sarah Borges' performance at The Rose Bowl on Tuesday, and details all that the night had to offer.
Top women’s tennis on a rainy Saturday
Sal recaps a day of watching the NCAA women's tennis championships.
A good soul: Chatting with Lucinda Williams before her show at The Virginia Theatre
Sal talks with the legendary Lucinda Williams about inspiration, record labels, recovering from her stroke, and more.
Bristle on their new EP, the recording process, and what the future holds
Singer, songwriter, and bass guitarist Sticks shared stages in the 1980s and 1990s with several successful bands. Now he’s on his own path to musical success with a catchy three-piece group called Bristle.
Firehouse and Jack Russell’s Great White bring the 80s to Gibson City
Firehouse and Jack Russell's Great White performed at the Gibson City Harvest Festival, and Sal shares his thoughts on the show.
C-U’s “goodtime gangsters” were a musical treat
Those lucky enough to own the 1998 self-titled album by the Mighty Pranksters may sense, when they play the CD, that the music transports them to a time when great bar bands played regularly on Saturday nights.
Sweet sounds on the way from Kenna Mae’s project, Sweetmelk
They had their share of personal issues, but musician Kenna Mae Reiss is excited to be creating fresh sounds in their new band, Sweetmelk.