On the seventh episode of “Stay Tuned,” hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss the 2020 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees, Gina Rodriguez being cancelled, why Camila Cabello is overrated, artists who have already released their peak albums and so much more.
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On the sixth episode of “Stay Tuned,“ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss Ellen Degeneres and George W. Bush’s controversial friendship, Trisha Payta’s big announcement, the Eagles’ 2020 tour, The Office’s Jim and Pam’s 10th wedding anniversary and much more.
Swim Deep’s latest album, Emerald Classics, comes with consistently groovy guitar riffs, but that’s about it. Its goal is to transport listeners to an 80s-esque, feel-good, heartfelt fantasy.
On the fifth episode of “Stay Tuned,” hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s split, Shane Dawson’s new docuseries, Spider-Man’s return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Anna Kendrick’s kind message to her former co-star Ben Platt and much more.
When I tell people my focus as a journalism major is on copy editing, I’m usually asked the same set of questions in a plethora of different variations, such as: “Why would you consider yourself a journalist if you’re not writing then?”
On the fourth episode of “Stay Tuned,” hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss climate activist Greta Thunberg’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly’s Climate Action Summit, rapper Cupcakke’s departure from music, unknown details about Freaks and Geeks 20 years later, David Dobrik’s recent act of kindness and much more.
On Sept. 28, 2018, indie-rock group Hippo Campus should’ve changed the world with the release of its showpiece of a sophomore album, Bambi. Outside of the band’s immediate fanbase, however, the album went under the radar, leaving countless people deprived of profound, genuine, off-the-charts wonderful music.
When M83 released Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, which included hit tracks like “Midnight City” and “Wait,” in 2011, the band skyrocketed into the limelight. The French electronic group gave a voice to an otherwise lowly genre, and it seemed as if it was never going to come down.
In the third episode of “Stay Tuned,” hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss Sam Smith officially changing their pronouns, John Mulaney, Netflix’s Unbelievable, Shane Gillis’ removal from Saturday Night Live, Mandy Moore and much more.
The Goo Goo Dolls’ frontman, John Rzeznik, isn’t the same musician he was two decades ago. When the band attained worldwide success with the instant classic “Iris,” which was written for the soundtrack of the 1998 film City of Angels, Rzeznik let his inner self loose, instantly instilling sentiment and zeal into everything he touched for the time being.
In the second episode of Stay Tuned, hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss the Hella Mega Stadium tour, the People's Choice Award's Game Changer of the Year nominees, Jennifer Lopez, Jenna Joseph and much more.
Twenty years ago, an emphatic 17-year-old Serena Williams was left speechless after securing her first Grand Slam title at the U.S. Open over then-world No. 1 Martina Hingis. Twenty years later, she was fighting for her 24th major title at the same place it all began.
In the first episode of Stay Tuned, hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss the Disney D23 Expo, Kristen Stewart's controversial interactions with Marvel, Post Malone's latest album, Serena Williams' heartwarming love for her daughter and much more.
Truth be told, Taylor Swift’s Lover isn’t going to be enough for a lot of people. No matter how uplifting, profound or brilliant Swift is, she will never be enough for some simply because she’s one of the biggest pop stars in the world. People love to hate her. She’s shown through this album, however, she’s good enough for herself and willing to show it — and that’s all that really matters.
Here’s a thorough list on how to truly make these years of college worthwhile without completely stressing yourself out.
A lot of films in the past couple years have been aimed at reminding millennials just how good the music of the past was.
Nathan Feuerstein, known by the stage name NF, is the epitome of the perfect musician—real and getting better with time.
Serena Williams. Many words come to mind with the mention of her name: Icon, athlete, feminist … but, perhaps, the most significant one is resilience. Williams made it to her third Grand Slam final since her return from maternity leave, even after only playing very few matches in 2019. However, Williams lost 6-2, 6-2 to an emphatic Simona Halep, who, in Serena’s words, “played out of her mind.” In the tournament, Williams looked in top form and showed the world the best of her is here to stay for a while. Here’s what the rest of the world should take away from her run to the finals:
British pop group Bastille — made up of Dan Smith, Will Farquarson, Chris “Woody” Wood and Kyle Simmons — has been on a high for the last six years. The group’s debut LP, Bad Blood, in 2013 shattered all expectations after one of the singles, “Pompeii,” peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and made Bastille a household name. The follow-up album, Wild World, replicated the passion emanated on the band’s debut. In 2018, the band collaborated with producer Marshmello on the smash hit “Happier.” With its third full-length, Bastille knew it had to do something phenomenal.
Album Review: Here’s the 5 best songs off the Jonas Brothers’ incredible comeback album ‘Happiness Begins’
In October 2013, the teen idols comprised of siblings Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas confirmed the split of their highly-successful band, Jonas Brothers. Nick and Joe focused on solo projects while Kevin started his family and business. They grew up, but they never grew completely apart in their brotherly bond despite the differences that caused the band’s breakup. They reunited once again musically as the Jonas Brothers in February, dropped a couple singles and have now released their comeback album — one that features their most mature and energetic sound to date.