Jack Skellington took to the stage, chilling the audience to the bone with his clear and distinguished vocals Saturday at Nokia Theater L.A. Live.
Costumes and candy filled tables for a spooky scene at Sneaky Park for Mu Phi Epsilon’s first Halloween Kids’ Club concert.
An enormous inflatable nipple and other beach balls bounced around the thousands of attendants at the Growlers’ Beach Goth Party III on Saturday at the Observatory in Santa Ana.
The pitch black sky above the Hollywood Bowl was illuminated by green, purple and pink glow sticks. Screams from approximately 18,000 adoring fans pierced the night.
University of La Verne students formed groups to compete against each other to see whose musical performance was the most imaginative and spirited at music fraternity Mu Phi Epsilon’s Air Band Battle Oct. 23 in Morgan Auditorium.
Fused with modern day sounds and 60s inspired psychedelic grooves, even the biggest fans of classic psychedelic rock will enjoy “…And Star Power.”
Brooklyn-based indie duo the Drums played a maximum-capacity show for 800 people at Amoeba’s in Hollywood on Tuesday in promotion of their new album, “Encyclopedia.”
Songs and arias from Spain and Latin America about love, culture, homeland and loss were sung with passion and pride at the Fridays at Noon faculty recital last Friday in Morgan Auditorium in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.
The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles reached maximum capacity on Tuesday as Conor Oberst played an intimate show for 80 people.
The sounds of harp, bass, drums, piano and saxophone joined together to bring an energetic evening to the audience Sunday in the Morgan Auditorium.