by Zach Belles
A good friend of mine introduced me to the two incredibly talented Ohio natives, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, after they released their sophomore album Regional At Best in 2011, prior to its discontinuation and Twenty One Pilots signing to Fueled by Ramen, who has been their label since 2012.… Click here to continue reading!
by Noelle Matonis
Twenty One Pilots, an alternative band from Columbus, Ohio and consisting of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, is known for their spectacular live shows and dedicated fanbase. On October 13th, they played a show at House of Blues in Chicago, which Zach Belles and I (huge Twenty One Pilots fans) were very grateful to have attended.… Click here to continue reading!
by Jordan Mark
Sunday was my 22nd birthday, and on that day, I had the craving for ABBA.
I’d been in an ABBA mood the few days before. Something got me wanting to hear the joyous sing-alongs and harmonious instrumentals.… Click here to continue reading!
by Jesse Hudgins
The last few weeks have been all about concerts for me. After attending the Hella Mega Tour on August 15th, I had the privilege of seeing The Menzingers, Descendents, and Rise Against at Huntington Bank Pavilion in Chicago.… Click here to continue reading!
by Jesse Hudgins
The Hella Mega Tour came to Wrigley Field on August 15th, and featured an incredible lineup of The Interrupters, Weezer, Fall Out Boy, and Green Day. It was one of the most amazing shows that I’ve ever had the privilege of going to, and that’s not an overstatement.… Click here to continue reading!
Homegrown Arts and Music Fest is one of the biggest celebrations of local music in Illinois. They’re all about giving bands/artists from the Chicago-land area the opportunity to showcase their original music to great amounts of people. We’re huge supporters of this festival, and WONC will be their top sponsor this year!… Click here to continue reading!
said it. We might be stuck inside, but that doesn’t mean we have to go on
without live music performances! One of my favorite past times during the
summer is going to concerts. While we’re all doing our best to adjust to this
new normal, we have the option of watching all of our favorite musicians from
the comfort of our own home (and without the outrageous food and drink prices).… Click here to continue reading!
On February 28th, I had the opportunity to see Super Whatevr at Beat Kitchen in Chicago. Touring for their new album, Don’t You Wanna Be Glad, released in February, Skyler McKee and Chase Vernon put on a high energy, fun, upbeat show, despite a number of fans expressing their distaste for the latest release.… Click here to continue reading!
Anyone who has listened to one of my shows
on FM89 knows how much I love the band My Chemical Romance. So, when they
announced last October that they’d reunite after almost seven years of being
broken up, I freaked out.… Click here to continue reading!
On October 6th, I had the opportunity to see and photograph an up-and-coming band out of Perth, Australia, The Faim, at Chop Shop in Chicago. The band is currently touring their debut album, State of Mind. From the start of the show, it was evident that the band was going to have quite a stage presence.… Click here to continue reading!