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SRHS Senior Ava Stubblefield opens charity show at the Phoenix

CENTER STAGE. Santa Rosa High School senior Ava Stubblefield performs at the Phoenix Theater on Friday, March 4. Her performance was part of a benefit concert for local charity The Living Room. Stubblefield said of the performance, “I think that I mainly love the fact that I can go up on a stage and I just let loose and everything that I’m worried about just goes away… It just feels like I’m having fun.” Article and photo by Molly Murphey When Santa Rosa High School senior Ava Stubblefield stepped on stage at the Phoenix

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Mr. Bohn talks about Metal

METAL MANIA. After speaking to Eric Bohn about metal he shared some interesting metal facts with me. Bohn said ¨I still have all of my concert ticket stubs, and I still have quite a few vinyl albums.¨ When asked what fun fact he wanted others to know. Bohn continued on to say that he could talk all day about music. PHOTO BY ERIC BOHN. Article by Ash Seghezzi Metal music is a genre that was created in the late 60s and rose to popularity in the 70s. There are a few key components of this genre that make it it's own and unique.

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Love song recommendations

Graphic and article by Alice Brookston, Editor-in-chief The music world has seen just about every kind of music come to popularity: revenge, breakups, world issues, depression, but the trials and tribulations of love are certainly the most abundant in music. It is difficult to name the “best” love song of the millions out there, but in all truth, I don’t think there’s any true “perfect” love song, but there are still many contenders. For example, a few songs you may not know include “I don’t wanna watch the world end with

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Punk Music Recommendations for This Year

Mr. Utsey recommended the Ramones, if you’re interested in getting into punk rock music. He said, “I love the music, in general, it’s music that I really enjoy listening to so it’s not that anything sticks out.” 1980s film Time Square pointed Mr. Utsey towards bands he had been unaware of, and without them and his friends, he wouldn’t have heard about the music otherwise. Photo by Ashton Seghezzi. Article by Apollo Hynes and Ashton Seghezzi. Punk rock is a music genre that has evolved tremendously since it first started.

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Introducing Hyperpop

This is a photo consisting of just some songs that fall into the hyperpop genre. However, it does not even begin to scratch the surface of hyperpop because of how broad the genre is. Sophomore Mila Przyblyski talks about how she listens to artists such as these and has been listening to the genre for about three or four years. Photo by Ashton Seghezzi. Article by Apollo Hynes and Ashton Seghezzi Hyperpop is a genre of music that has been described by others to be an extreme, or exaggerated, version of today's popular music.

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Album Recommendations for September

AMUSING ADVISABLE ALBUMS. Music and melodies can be heard internationally, all with their own creative signatures and variety. New and old albums are being perceived constantly. I arranged a few albums I would recommend to other people, based on feelings or emotions an individual can identify with. Article and photo by Emily Lasley Fabulous Albums Music: loved by a mass of individuals far and wide, takes the hearts of content creators such as Billie Eilish, Micheal Jackson and The Weekend. Music is exceptionally diverse

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