Song of The Day: “I Wanna Be Like you” by Lauren Desberg

Song of The Day: “I Wanna Be Like you” by Lauren Desberg

Joel Appel-Kraut
March 24, 2015
Filed under Music, Song of the day

  When somebody asks me my favorite Disney movies, only a few specific ones come to mind: The Lion King, every single Toy Story movie, Finding Nemo and probably a few others. However, if someone asks me what Disney movies have the best music, the list is totally different (with the... Read more »

Concert Review: Hozier Brings a Soulful Sound to Royal Oak

Concert Review: Hozier Brings a Soulful Sound to Royal Oak

Hannah Simon, Sports Editor
March 6, 2015
Filed under A & E, Music

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Song of the Day: “Ackrite” by Dr. Dre

Song of the Day: “Ackrite” by Dr. Dre

Erez Dessel, Audio Editor
January 11, 2015
Filed under A & E, Music, Song of the day

This winter is already shaping up to be colder than Arnold Schwarzenegger circa 1997. I’m talking Mr. Freeze cold. Ice Age cold. That means less time spent walking around outside and more time spent driving around in the car. For those of you looking out for some fresh new music to blast in your stereos,... Read more »

High School Performer Katherine Hepburn to Record Live Album at Kerrytown Concert House

High School Performer Katherine Hepburn to Record Live Album at Kerrytown Concert House

Eva Rosenfeld and Josh Goodman
December 19, 2014
Filed under A & E, Music, Student Arts

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Why 1989 Gets the Musical and Moral Thumbs-Up

Why 1989 Gets the Musical and Moral Thumbs-Up

Maggie Mihaylova
December 17, 2014
Filed under Music, Song of the day

Oct. 27. My finger hovered above the play button, knowing that I was about to indulge myself in what could turn out to be a huge disappointment or a serious success. Taylor Swift’s first pop album. 1989. The 13 tracks range from slow and pulsing to upbeat and powerful. Some of the more... Read more »

Brother Ali Spreads Message of Love, Life and a Liberal Agenda at Ann Arbor Show

Brother Ali Spreads Message of Love, Life and a Liberal Agenda at Ann Arbor Show

November 18, 2014
Filed under A & E, Music

It had been nearly an hour since the doors opened at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, MI, on Nov. 11, when MaLLy walked on the stage. MaLLy, the host, hypeman and opening act for Brother Ali’s Tuesday night performance on the Home Away from Home tour brought the stage to life with complex rhyme schemes... Read more »

Psychedelic Engine: A rising Community band

Psychedelic Engine: A rising Community band

Sean Kiel-Locey, Staff
November 13, 2014
Filed under A & E, Life, Music, Student Arts, Student Life

Community High School has always promoted self-expression, as you can see from any of the wonderful murals covering the building’s halls. While there are many types of self-expression, Alex Hughes, a sophomore at Community, chose music. Hughes, 16, began loving music at age nine, ever since Hughes... Read more »

The Jazz New York City Trio, Tri-Fi Plays at Community High, Oct. 3

The Jazz New York City Trio, Tri-Fi Plays at Community High, Oct. 3

Taylor Tucker-Gray
October 3, 2014
Filed under A & E, Music

Community Students Amaze Audience with Final Concert at the Ark

Community Students Amaze Audience with Final Concert at the Ark

Erez Dessel
May 20, 2014
Filed under A & E, Music, Student Arts

The winds are whipping down main street, the clouds are an ominous slate-grey, and downtown, the populace are cowering inside of the local retail stores. No, this isn’t the opening scene of a horror movie, it’s simply the day of the CHS end-of-the-year jazz concert at the Ark. Forget... Read more »

An Afternoon With Michael Weiss

An Afternoon With Michael Weiss

Erez Dessel
April 8, 2014
Filed under Music, School, Student Life

On a Friday afternoon, the last day of school before spring break, the CHS jazz room was unusually filled with students. School was already out, but the students in Community’s jazz program were staying behind for a master class with jazz pianist Michael Weiss, who is currently the pianist... Read more »