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    One Direction is an English-Irish pop boy band composed of Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, and formerly Zayn Malik, until his departure in March 2015. They are currently one of the biggest pop acts in the world and have won multiple awards, including most recently Artists of the Year at the 2015 American Music Awards. They have broken many records, and are ranked the fourth highest earning celebrities in the world. They were put together as a band after each individually auditioned for The X Factor in 2010, where they were placed third and signed to Syco Records shortly thereafter. They have currently released five albums. (“One Direction”, 2015) What has made One Direction such a force in the music industry are their…

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    In the music industry, their happens to be a lot of competition between different young male singers. One of the most famous competition is between the British boy band One Direction, and Justin Bieber. Both of these artists are very famous and popular to teenage girls all around the world. Almost everybody has heard about both of these artists and they are both definitely breaking records. Their fans, the Beliebers, and the Directioners are sometime caught in a battle of who is the better and…

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    “The Boy Who Blocked His Own Shot” by Brand New, relates to me personally because of a friendship I came across in high school. When I listen to this song, it brings me back to my teenage years, when I was a young girl longing for a relationship with my dream guy. This band was introduced to me by an English teacher from highschool whom I had the biggest crush on. I connect with this song because it reminds me of the relationship I had with this teacher. He stole my heart at first sight,…

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    Band Hinds Concert Report

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    April 17, the band Hinds with opening act Twin Peaks perform live at the Crescent Ballroom in Downtown Phoenix. It was a Monday and I had class at 5:45pm till 7pm and homework due soon. Like every college student we tend to procrastinate and say "screw it, have fun",yet regret it later. That day I proudly skip class and my boyfriend and I take a lyft from my house to downtown Phoenix and meet up with our group of friends. To give a little information on the band, Hinds is a Spanish indie…

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    The clean-cut, dapper Neuromantic boys made their way back to the state of Pennsylvania, headlining their Punishment Tour. Joining them were two bands from New York, Candy Brain and Justin Symbol, along with Requiem from California. While the venue was a bit compact, it mad no different to the crowd or the band. Candy Brain, with the front stage lined with giant lollipops, started off the show. Bunny Abbit (vocals), Anton Silv (guitar), Rachel Zyats (keys) and Chelsee Chaos (bass) are the four…

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    “One more for water!” yelled Mr. H, followed by cheers from the band. It was a dreary Tuesday practice, there was only one hour left until we got to go home. We quickly rushed back to our first dot and got set. Another full run-through of the show. It started to drizzle, then slowly but steadily, it began to pour. The band’s yells echoed off of the bleachers as the drum majors began to conduct, “Dut, Dut! DUT! DUT! DUT! DUT!” The searing bright lights flashed on like the lightning in the sky,…

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    shy girl; I was the one that was so scared of what people thought about her to the point where she’d hold back her dreams because she was too afraid. Freshman year changed the rest of my life for me. It wasn’t only the eye-opening year where I realized I’m more than my awkwardness; it was the year I did something about it. It was the year that I took the initiative to come crawling out from this outer shell that protected me from the harsh words that this earth has to offer, and I can’t say for…

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    I 'm from Holmes Chapel, I was raised my mom Anna and step dad Robin, and I have a sister named Gemma. My birthday is February 1st. My favorite color is blue, I am an excellent Kazoo player. The young star also enjoys juggling. Before forming One Direction, I was the lead singer of the band White Eskimo.” Well his life has been good unlike mine. “Tell me about you.” I don’t see why not. “Lets see… I’m 17 my birthday, is in two weeks, my favorite, color is blue. I love to sing and my mom, she…

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    Music Research Papers

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    These musicians do not care about the conventional life of having a job and family, but instead focus on expressing their views in artistic ways through their music. In some cases, music was the only motivation of living for some musicians, especially in areas of unemployment and distress, where young people had very limited opportunities. This was the reason why a stereotype developed, considering musicians depressed and low-life individuals who were not contributing to society. Not bound by…

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    My Life In A Band Essay

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    Seven years of my life I played an instrument in a band for my hometown of Watertown, WI; little did I know that I would learn much more than playing music. Band Ensemble is a group I was motivated to join because of my brother and friends. After I joined the group and began playing the tuba, I always felt like I had a place. Being in band, I felt like I was a part of my community. First, I was drawn to band because I was interested in being a part of a team. Band was a lot of people coming…

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