Campus Band Performs Fall Concert

By ISABEL MORA Contributing Writer As the holiday season has arrived, so has the time for performances by talented College of Saint Rose musicians. On December 3rd, The Saint Rose Campus Band performed its annual Fall Concert, held at the Kathleen McManus Picotte Recital Hall. The audience was filled with family, friends, and members of […]

Bang Your Head with Brendan

By BRENDAN TENAN Staff Writer Welcome back to another edition of “Bang Your Head with Brendan,” the only column in The Chronicle that celebrates, critiques, and assesses everything that rocks. Last week’s column focused on a few of the bands who comprise the New Wave of American Heavy Metal, or NWOAHM. This week’s column will […]

Kickin’ It With KJ: Concert Review Edition – Yeezus at MSG

By KEVIN JACOB Staff Writer Welcome all to another edition of Kickin’ It With KJ. I apologize for my absence as it’s been that dreadful time of the year: Finals. Taking care of final papers and cramming away for useless tests that can’t even determine what you’ve actually learned. But I digress. I’ve been quiet […]

Calling All Little Monsters, Lady Gaga Has Done it Again

By KATIE KLIMACEK Staff Writer It’s no surprise that Mother Monster has yet again been able to amaze her fans with her latest album, ARTPOP. Released on November 11, this is Lady Gaga’s third studio album. As described by Gaga herself, this album is “a celebration and a poetic musical journey.” Mixing the sounds of […]

Rose Rock Potential Artist List Released

 Annual campus musical festival Rose Rock is scheduled for Apr. 26. and the Student Association has released their first list of potential artists.  The list of approximately 200 artists was divided into three categories: bands (rock), rap/R&B, and country.  Potential artists included Aaron Carter, Bowling For Soup, Breathe Carolina, Funkmaster Flex, Naughty by Nature, Vanilla […]

Jonas Brothers’ Rift Cancels Tour

By VANESSA LANGDON Staff Writer Last Tuesday, October 15, the Palace Theater was supposed to be flooded with teenage girls ready to rock it out with the Jonas Brothers. This tour was only the second time the Jonas Brothers would be visiting the state capital, returning after their first visit in 2008, unfortunately this date […]

Senses Fail: Redefined and Returning to Upstate Concert Hall

By LAUREN HALLIGAN News Editor Smack dab in the middle of Senses Fail’s national fall tour, Clifton Park is the next stop on their journey. Along for the ride are Before the Fallen Dreams, Expire, and Being As An Ocean. Frontman Buddy Neilsen and his band have been at this for a while now (11 […]

Motion City Soundtrack and Bayside Co-headlining and Co-rocking

By LAUREN HALLIGAN News Editor Though Motion City Soundtrack’s upbeat poppy dance rock might sound different in comparison to Bayside’s dark, melodic, technically complex music, the two bands are meeting in the middle this fall for a co-headlining tour. “We’re excited to finally be able to tour with Bayside,” Motion City Soundtrack bassist Matt Taylor […]

Campus Playlist

It’s festival Season here in Albany! Here are some songs to help you prepare for the sing-a-longs that will undoubtedly take place in the upcoming weekends. 1. “Love and Loss” by Wild Adriatic This Saratoga Springs-based trio is returning to Pearlpalooza’s local stage once again. With a large Albany following and a catchy rock and […]

John Scofield and Überjam in Concert at Saint Rose

Guitarist John Scofield will perform with The John Scofield Überjam Band, featuring Andy Hess, Avi Bortnick and Tony Mason at 7:30 p.m on Sunday, Sept. 15 the  to the Kathleen McManus Picotte Recital Hall in the Massry Center for the Arts. Scofield has explored a wide spectrum of musical styles with rare authority over the […]