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Spotify Playlist of the Week

Michael Quick

December 9, 2015

“2015” Follow ChargerBulletin on Spotify All right, we’ve made it to the last issue of The Charger Bulletin for the semester, so now comes the obligatory “year in review” playlist. 2015 has been a marginally mellow year for music, in my opinion. If one were tempted to inspect and con...

Famous For The Wrong Song?

Katerina Sperl

February 27, 2013

When Adele turned 19, she released the album 19. When she turned 21, she released 21. Now, she is 23, so where is the album? With a rich voice, great range and pure talent, hopefully she will have a new album out soon. Needing more Adele in my life, I finally bought her first album. However, the song that first made her famous is arguably not one of her be...

The Voice of All Females

Shannon Livewell

February 22, 2012

Since her career began, Adele has been writing songs that have been addressing every heart broken girl who listens to them. With their melodic undertones and strong messages all of Adele’s songs are relatable and empowering at once. After a break out year with hits, "Rolling in the Deep," and "Someo...

The 54th Annual Grammy Awards

Dave Iannacone

February 15, 2012

This year’s Grammys were one of the strangest in its 54-year history. With the passing of superstar Whitney Houston the night before, there was a solemn feeling in the air that was somewhat inescapable. Like when any major music star that passes, the Grammys obviously pay an appropriate tribute, but ...

Summer ’11: In Review

Dave Iannacone

September 7, 2011

Summer 2011 may be over, but it was certainly one for the books in the music world. Aside from the countless summer anthems, there were some significant milestones made. It’s no surprise that Adele’s 21 has been one of the most (if not the most) successful album of year, but it’s also breaking ...

Someone Like You

Dave Iannacone

March 2, 2011

While most songs on Top-40 radio tend to follow the "loved today, laughed at tomorrow" cycle, every now and then something great slips through the cracks. Sometimes (although rarely) an artist comes along that makes the public snap out of its routine bad judgment and earns the respect he or she deserves....

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