Niall Horan basically released a whole album of reject One Direction ballads.
Though the former boy bander’s debut solo album “Flicker” barely strays away from One Direction’s sugar-sweet pop songs about love and innocence, it also adds an original homeyness to its ballads by drawing inspiration from country and folk music.
Reggae artist Ziggy Marley will receive a lifetime achievement award at Spring Sing 2017.
On Tuesday, the Student Alumni Association and UCLA Alumni Association named Marley the 2017 recipient of the George and Ira Gershwin Award for Lifetime Musical Achievement.
Natasha Keces won’t be watching Raury perform live at Coachella on Friday evening. She’ll be taking a science midterm.
Keces bought her three-day pass to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival before she knew her spring class schedule.
Several Pediatric AIDS Coalition at UCLA members showed off their own musical talents during the 19th hour of Dance Marathon.
Following the event’s vigil, which shared life stories of children and young adults affected by HIV, UCLA students and one ambassador entered the Pauley Pavilion stage to perform the Andra Day song “Rise Up.”
The stadium’s lights suddenly sprang on during the song’s first note, but began to darken as the empowering number progressed.
Finding a delicious restaurant in Los Angeles can be difficult among the city’s thousands of dining options. To help readers narrow down their search, the Daily Bruin will review restaurants located along main streets near UCLA each week.
Remakes can’t win. Either they aren’t faithful enough to their source material or they are redundant rehashes.
Disney’s latest live-action remake, “Beauty and the Beast” brings the tale as old as time to life with special effects and more developed character backstories.
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