Scott Ramon Segura Mescudi, better known as Kid Cudi, released his fifth studio album, “Speedin Bullet 2 Heaven,” Dec. 4.
Members of the Theater 251 class opened the Jane Dibell Cabaret theatre doors Wednesday night and welcomed students, faculty, family and friends to watch their student directing projects.
With over 4.2 million copies of “25” sold in the first two weeks, the only way Adele could break any more records is if she were let loose in a vinyl warehouse with a baseball bat.
The University of La Verne department of music hosted “The French Hour” Friday at Morgan Auditorium, featuring songs by French composers Francis Poulenc and Maurice Ravel.
Vancouver-based experimental-electronic pop artist Claire Boucher, better known as Grimes, released her fourth full-length album, “Art Angels” Nov. 6.
The Acapella Barbershop club is looking for ways to gain and keep members, while also getting ready to compete in Reno, Nevada.
Classical sounds of piano, violin, cello and double bass filled Morgan Auditorium Sunday for the monthly Sundays at the Morgan concert series.
Student vocalists and pianists performed a variety of art pieces from songs to arias Friday at the music department’s Fridays at Noon concert series at Morgan Auditorium.
Amp Radio filled the Hollywood Bowl with 18,000 people for its third annual We Can Survive concert Saturday. However, the focus of the night was not on raising funds to cure breast cancer, but on who the special guest performer would be.
Orange County-based psych band The Growlers hosted their fourth annual Beach Goth Party Saturday and Sunday, drawing thousands of fans with more than 50 performers and three stages at The Observatory in Santa Ana.