Musical instruments, not guns or swords, will be the weapons used in the battle taking place April 15. Like the Standard Examiner’s “Battle of the Bands,” the KWCR Band-off hosts […]
Open mic night provides Ogden with local brews and tunes.
Fourth grades bands and painting classes are becoming extinct as increasing budget cuts are leaving public schools without money to fund the arts. Additionally, low standardized test scores in math […]
Around 75 participating students came from across Utah to collaborate in the Third Annual Honors Orchestra performance at Weber State University. Students were nominated by their conductors and then auditioned […]
In the ever-changing world of western music, it seems there are always those who strum the six-strings and tickle the ivories. Looking forward, it seems there will be another member […]
“I sing because I’m happy, I sing because I’m free,” proclaimed the Unity Baptist Choir at the 17th annual Gospel Music Festival presented by Weber State University. Held at Weber […]
Is the album dead? A music fan’s plea for composition in rock music.
Anyone can argue that all (insert ANY music genre here) sounds exactly the same. However, if you ask me, it is not about the music sounding the same but about […]
For the first time in a decade, Metallica has released a studio album with new material — and a new sound. The album, “Hardwired…To Self-Destruct,” was released on Nov. 18. […]
In celebration of College Radio Day this year on Nov. 4, KWCR’s goal was to fill the Shepherd Union at Weber State University with boisterous music and laughing voices. […]