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Alumnus shines light on local music with podcast

An Ohio State alumnus hopes to share music outside of the Billboard Top 40 through his podcast. Vince Tornero, a 2012 OSU communications alum, started “In the Record Store” in 2015. He said he noticed an uphill battle faced by talented local musicians looking to ...

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Jazz jams bring more than sandwiches to Subway

The Subway sandwich shop on High Street is not just home to discounted subs. On Wednesday nights, the Ohio State jam session jazz combo performs in the storefront. Beginning this semester, the combo has been playing backing band for jam sessions at the Subway located ...

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Listen Up: Musicians get out the vote

Musicians have long played roles in presidential elections, with many performing concerts or releasing songs in support of one candidate or against another, or simply encouraging voter turnout. Last week, Jay Z and Beyonce stumped for Hillary Clinton, while Ted Nugent appeared with Donald Trump ...

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Listen Up: New rap shines above the rest

Rap is the most prominent genre on most music platforms — Soundcloud is flooded with amateurs, and even the stars drop music constantly through it and other outlets. With the large amount of music being released every day, it can be tough to sift through. ...

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