“I vividly remember going to see Tool live in Wichita, KS. Typically at concerts, I would be moving around place to place, dodging gorillas in the mosh pit, and generally having a party of the show. However, this show was different. It was the first time I stood in a single place through the entire show and was somehow hypnotized by the spectacle of it all.” Click to read more!
The first free Pop Seminar Series at William Paterson University runs through December. Click for details and come on down!
Professor David Philp, co-host with Doc Steve Marcone of the Music Biz 101 & More radio show, will appear on WFDU’s “Garden State Sound” radio show on Friday, July 24th at 4pm. Click for details.
What’s your ultimate summertime playlist? Give a click and give a listen and you’ll know for certain in no more than seven moments.
Your favorite Professor Philp was asked by the father of a potential student why his son should consider choosing William Paterson University and its Music Biz programs. Click to read the response.
What’s happening with women in country music today? Where are their hits? WP Pop Major Sarah Dinetz explores the topic in depth. Click and see what you find out.
Your #2014 VMAs show was either A) awesome if you’re sixteen, or B) a mess if you’re in your 30s, 40s, or older. Click for a review. C’mon. Do it so we know how you think. Click.
Did you watch the 2014 Billboard Music Awards? Were you as disappointed as this writer? Click, read, and give us your input. Maybe you loved it!
Now That’s What I Call Pop! starts tonight at 7:30 in WPU’s Shea room #103. Still unsure if you want to go? Click to check out a cool commercial starring a handful of awesome Pop Music Studies students.
Come out to WPU on Monday, March 24th for Now That’s What I Call Pop! Details when you click on the link.