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Music Review: On Being Human shines with debut

Samantha Sincock Copy Editor Ever wonder what John Williams’ music would have sounded like if he had picked the path of rocker and not composer? Well, ponder no more for a band reminiscent of the famous directors’ muse has released their debut album that will keep you listening for more. The Murieta, Calif., based group On Being Human has taken ambient rock to a new level with their album “To... 

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Crime in Stereo Long Island rock band Crime in Stereo will headline a show at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at Chain Reaction in Anaheim. The band will play its first release, “The Troubled Stateside” in its entirety at the show. The album was released in 2006. Opening acts include Robbers, Forever Came Calling and Shadows. Show starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are $10 at the door. For more information visit allages.com. JJ Indie... 

Claremont recital evokes emotion

Claremont recital evokes emotion
Rachel Huang and Tatiana Thibodeaux performed a violin and piano duet for a faculty recital Saturday at the Boone Recital Hall in Scripps College in Claremont. With Huang on violin and Thibodeaux on piano, the two performed Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Sonata in A Major,” a piece dedicated by Beethoven to Rodolphe Kreutzer, who was widely considered the finest violinist of his day. / photo by Christopher... 

Music Review: One for the Team hits an indie pop home run

Mark Vidal Editorial Director If you listen to “I’ve Been Here So Long” just once, I guarantee you will tap your foot, bob your head and then press repeat. One For The Team is a relatively new indie rock/pop band started in 2006, but is already promoting its junior full-length album, “Ghosts,” which offers a sound suitable for the 80s junkie and the underground rock enthusiast. As a mix of... 

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Construction Zone Paintings by Dion Johnson, the University of La Verne’s director of University Art Galleries are currently on display as part of the “Construction Zone” exhibition, opening today at Western Project gallery in Los Angeles. The exhibition will run through May 15 and will feature pieces portraying abstract fields. The opening reception will be held at 6 p.m. Friday. Liars Electronic... 

Exhibit explores accidental art

Exhibit explores accidental art
Drawn in by the art that was on display in the Harris Gallery, Al Clark, associate vice president for academic affairs, questions Artist Curtis Stage about the techniques and processes he uses to create his work of art. The Harris Art Gallery is currently showcasing the work of Stage, a Los Angles based artist. His exhibition, “Side Effects I Didn’t Expect,” combines photographs with strong graphic... 

Fab Four play for a good cause

Fab Four play for a good cause
The tribute band Fab Four brought Beatles fans from all generations together Saturday at Chaffey High School in Ontario. Ticket sales and donations went towards World Vision and Women of Vision, two organizations dedicated to helping impoverished children throughout the world, and in the local community. / photo by Christopher Guzman Rachel Smith Staff Writer Beatles fans of all ages packed into... 

Person L gets personal with music

Person L gets personal with music
Opening up for Copeland, Person L kept the crowd moving at the Glass House in Pomona on March 5. Lead vocalist Kenny Vasoli, formerly of The Starting Line, released Person L’s first album through his own record label, Human Interest. / photo by Christopher Guzman Michael Escañuelas Arts Editor Not many people in the music business can turn heads like Kenny Vasoli. Once the lead singer of the popular... 

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Owl City Electronica meets pop as Minnesota’s Owl City plays at the Pomona Fox Theatre Wednesday. Since the mainstream popularity of its single, “Fireflies,” the band has been selling out concerts throughout its headlining tour. Opening acts include Lights and Paper Route. Doors open at 6:40 p.m. and tickets are $20. For more information visit foxpomona.com. Claremont Colleges Join the community... 

Game show mirrors television series

Game show mirrors television series
Ana Angel and Loren Rojas sang, acted and danced for a chance at a $200 prize in the game show “The Perfect Pair,” Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom. The show’s co-host K.T. Tatara pitted three pairs of contestants against each other to find the most talented duo at the University. Tatara is a comedian and actor based in Los Angeles. The game show’s creators hope it will enter TV production... 
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