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Lorde transformed Allstate Arena (6920 N. Mannheim Road) into her melodramatic world March 27. With the intimacy of a club show and the production quality of an arena tour, Lorde (born Ella Yelich-O’Connor) was able …

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Nick Jonas kicked off Colossus 2018, a two-night show held by Loyola’s Department of Programming, March 16 in Gentile Arena at Loyola University Chicago. Famous for both his solo and Jonas Brothers careers, Jonas worked …

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Loyola School of Continuing and Professional Studies professor Christopher Martiniano performed with his new anti-Trump punk band, no.no.no.NO., for a vibrant, dynamic concert Feb. 21 at Martyrs’ (3855 N. Lincoln Ave.). For a first show, …

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Country superstar band Little Big Town kicked off its headlining U.S. tour, “The Breakers,” on a strong note. The band was joined with opening acts Kacey Musgraves and new country music group Midland. The concert …

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It was another cold winter day in Chicago, but rising rock band Hippo Campus would have convinced someone at its concert otherwise. Inside the sold out show on Feb. 16 at The Vic Theatre (3145 …

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Danish rock trio New Politics made the third stop on its 2018 “Lost in Translation” tour at Metro Chicago (3730 N. Clark St.) Feb. 18. Touring in support of its fourth studio album, “Lost in …

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Punk rock is more Jesuit than some might think. With a historical focus on advocacy, politics and social justice, punk bands have been challenging the status quo for decades and calling out societal issues through …

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Loyola’s competitive coed acapella group, Counterpoint, put on an energetic and passionate fall concert in Mundelein’s Palm Court last week. Complete with a lively crowd, multi-color lights and killer harmonies, the Nov. 4 concert filled …