The Parthenon


Rob Zombie performs at the Big Sandy Arena Tuesday.

Kelsie Lively, Reporter

October 7, 2015

Metal bands Rob Zombie and Godsmack rocked the Big Sandy Superstore Arena Wednesday night as they came together to co-headlined one of three shows together. Performing first, Godsmack opened with a pre-recorded skit of two “fans” who had snuck back stage and into their dressing room. During th...

Chanel West Coast replaces Tink for FEST:2

Desmond Groves, reporter

September 14, 2015

Marshall University Student Activities and Campus Activities Board announced that Mosely Music Recording artist, Tink, will be replaced by Young Money Recording artist, Chanel West Coast for the upcoming FEST:2. Chanel West Coast is scheduled to perform along with national acts 3OH!3, We the Kings,...

Harmonica Club performs at Pullman Square

Harmonica Club takes a break from performance for picture.

Casey Adkins, reporter

September 8, 2015

Residents from the Tri-state met at Pullman Square to listen to the Harmonica Club yesterday. The group was comprised of not only harmonicas, but also a drummer, lead guitarist, keyboardist and a bassist. From 7 P.M. to 9, the group started out with some traditional music and ended with more contemporary...

Pastorale coming to Huntington

Chantil Foster, reporter

September 2, 2015

History will come to life at Marshall University’s campus on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Smith Recital Hall as two professors join together to perform the “Pastorale: Woodwinds of the 19th Century.” Oboist, Dr. Richard Kravchak, will be performing on stage with the oboe and is excited to honor...

Big Rock and the CandyAss Mountain Boys continues Black Sheep residency

BRATCAMB performing at the Jamboree.

Nathan Thomas, reporter

September 2, 2015

Long running Huntington funk string band, Big Rock and the CandyAss Mountain Boys, continue their monthly residency at Black Sheep Burritos and Brews. “That spot has always been special in its different incarnations,” said Dave Lavender, bassist and vocalist, “Some of the older members of...

Locals gather for Blues and Arts Festival

Local band Mojomatic takes the stage Saturday at the Sixth Annual Diamond Teeth Mary Blues and Arts Festival at Heritage Station.

Kalyn Bordman, Reporter

August 30, 2015

The end of summer brought the blues to Huntington. The sixth annual Diamond Teeth Mary Blues and Arts Festival held this past weekend welcomed people from across the region to support local artists and enjoy the sunshine and festivities at the Heritage Station. “I came to the festival today with...

Blues, Brews, and BBQ coming to Heritage Station this weekend

MacKenzi Kyle, Reporter

August 27, 2015

Local entertainment and vendors join together to celebrate the life of a West Virginia legend in a weekend long blues and arts festival. Heritage Station and the Greater Huntington Parks and Recreations Department are hosting the Sixth Annual Diamond Teeth Mary Blues and Arts festival, starting on...

Students React to FEST:2 Lineup

Desmond Groves, Reporter

August 27, 2015

The Marshall University Office of Student Activities and Campus Activities Board are hosting FEST:2, a music festival with national and local artists. The FEST:2 lineup was released during Marshall’s Week of Welcome with some large scale artists included on the roster. The national lineup includes...

The Horse Traders Mark Release with V Club Show

Horsetraders band

Nathan Thomas, Reporter

August 27, 2015

Huntington Americana band The Horse Traders will mark the release of their two-song cassette "Take It" with a headlining show at The V Club Friday. “It’s a bedroom and guest room-recorded adventure we went on,” Patrick Stanley, guitarist/vocalist for The Horse Traders, said. “We were really...

Getting right with Yeezus

Megan Osborne, Life! Editor

April 19, 2015

I have a confession to make, and I’m finally ready to admit it. I like Kanye. A lot. And with Kanye appreciation came a general appreciation for hip-hop, a genre I was previously way too good for. Come to think of it, I’ve been way too good for a lot of things in my musical lifetime, and the f...

“Huntington, West Virginia, be still in my heart.”

The Avett Brothers perform Thursday at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena.

Sofie Wachtmeister, Reporter

April 17, 2015

The Avett Brothers took the stage Thursday at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena. The first few songs played were the band’s better-known hits such as “Live and Die.” The band played a song they are working on for a new record entitled, “I Wish I Was.” “Huntington, West Virginia, be still in...