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Elitist culture is diminishing the value of good music

Elitist culture is diminishing the value of good music

Lucas Ratliff April 5, 2024

ratliffl@lopers.unk.edu When you study music in college, you are more or less studying the genres that your primary instrument is used in. As a trumpet player, this has mostly been classical and jazz.  I...

UNK Marching Band: Pride of the Plains

UNK Band Day – The Pride of the Plains showcases talent and new uniforms

CASSIE BROWN September 23, 2021

brownc4@lopers.unk.edu The Pride of the Plains Marching Band kicked off UNK’s Band Day Parade. In its 62nd year, the parade featured 27 area high school and middle school marching bands. “The...

Greta Van Fleet has already released three new singles.

Greta Van Fleet to release new album

CASSIE BROWN March 4, 2021
Grammy award winning rock band Greta Van Fleet will soon be releasing a long-awaited second album. Best known for their song “Highway Tune” which appeared on their first EP, “Black Smoke Rising.” After the release of another EP, “From the Fires,” Greta Van Fleet went on to release a full album, “Anthem of the Peaceful Army.” Now, the Greta Van Fleet community is awaiting a second full album called “The Battle at Garden’s Gate.”

UNK Pride of the Plains marches into quarantine

GRACE MCDONALD October 15, 2020

mcdonaldge@lopers.unk.edu UNK Pride of the Plains Marching Band performances were canceled Saturday after a band member tested positive for COVID-19. Since then, UNK Student Health placed the positive...

Allison Singh performing with the UNK Wind Ensemble

Wind ensemble performs, competes

March 7, 2019

UNK Wind Ensemble makes return to Nebraska Bandmasters Association for first time since 2003 By IAN KAHLER Along with a local performance on the UNK campus, for the first time since 2003, UNK’s...

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