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‘Burg bands ‘blast off’ to Spacecamp

Spacecamp, a new warehouse venue, emerged amid a short dry spell in Jackson’s music scene. Featuring different music from punk to groovy post-punk, the...

New Orleans-based band draws crowd to Dollar Box

New Orleans funk and jazz group Flow Tribe played a pre-spring break show at the Dollar Box Showroom in Downtown Hattiesburg on March 2,...

Love, politics, pants: The Grammys’ biggest moments

Here are some of the biggest moments you may have missed from Sunday’s Grammy Awards because you were watching “The Walking Dead” like myself...

Gaga receives unjustified praise at Super Bowl

During Super Bowl 51, Lady Gaga performed during the half-time show. Almost immediately after her performance, conservatives praised Gaga for a nonpolitical, unifying show....

Hattiesburg band talks album, influences

Nossiens, a group composed entirely of music students from USM, recently released its first full-length album. I asked original band member Nicholaus Panella to...

New York judge dismisses Dr. Luke lawsuit

In the latest celebrity news, a New York judge dismissed a lawsuit Dr. Luke filed against Kesha’s mother. Let’s rewind. In September 2013, a petition to...

Beyoncé’s pregnancy offers break from politics

On Feb. 1, Beyoncé broke the internet when she announced she was pregnant with twins on her Instagram account. Her post generated more than 9...

Mass Comm. Dept wins summer concert series for ‘Burgers

The Levitt AMP Your City Music Series chose Hattiesburg as a winner of a more than $25,000 grant to host 10 weeks of free...
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