Paranoid Social Club and Spose to headline benefit
BANGOR – Husson students are bringing two major Maine talents, Paranoid Social Club and Spose, to headline at this year’s Music Saved Me Benefit Concert on April 12 at the Tantrum Night Club at 9 p.m. Opening for the bands are G-Fresh and Texas Dent, also based in Maine, and Paul Wolfe of Z107.3 will emcee the event.
The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is responsible for organizing this annual event which is in its third year.
Music and marijuana reform on The Hill
The annual Harvest Ball: Rally for Marijuana Liberation is convening once more at Harry and Cindy Brown’s Farm at 45 Abijah Hill Road in Starks, Maine Oct. 5 through 7.
There will be three days of music with bands including the Mallet Brothers Band, Spose, Bronze Radio Return, Old Abode, The Blind Owl Band and more. Additionally, there will be henna-tattooing, children’s activities, fire dancing and more. There will also be discussions on medical marijuana, including vendors and information about the political movement.
BANGOR - The KahBang arts and music festival came to an end this past weekend, but not without going out with a bang. The waterfront was alive with music highlighting talent from local Maine artists to the Grammy-nominated band My Morning Jacket. KahBang rocked the waterfront, attracting people from all walks of life.
The headliners Friday night were Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and Lupe Fiasco. Grace, opened with their hit “Paris (OooLaLa),” exciting the crowd for more. She truly rocked the stage with jamming guitars and organ solos, as people danced and hula-hooped their way into nightfall that created a great experience for all ages.
As the night moved on, the bright lights shown down on Chicago-raised rapper Lupe Fiasco. Sporting a full band behind him, he had great energy that vibrated through the crowd and really getting people up and shaking their groove thang well into the night
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