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Bunbury Music Festival – Muse Review

Bunbury Music Festival 2017 – Muse Review written by Ethan Bielik   Muse is a alternative rock band from Teignmouth, Devon. Formed in 1994, they have been playing huge sold out shows all around the world since. Filling stadiums, festivals and venues of all kinds.They are an awarding winning band including two Grammy awards, best British live band twice, five MTV music…

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Bunbury Music Festival – 30 Seconds To Mars Review

Bunbury Music Festival 2017 – 30 Seconds To Mars Review written by Megan Randall If there’s one thing you won’t see again on future 30 Seconds to Mars tours it’s balloons. Leading off their set at the Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati on June 4th with fan favorite, “Up in the Air,” the massive crowd cheered enthusiastically while over-sized balloons…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Watsky Review

Bunbury Music Festival 2017 – Watsky Review written by Megan Randall Watsky isn’t what you’d expect in a typical rapper, but his songs aren’t typical rap songs. Mixing rap with softer melodies, he’s not afraid to appear nerdy to the greater world. He’s himself, and the set he performed showed. Rapping then transitioning to melodically discussing love, his set list…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Yellow Paper Planes Review

Bunbury Music Festival 2017 – Yellow Paper Planes Review written by Megan Randall Standing alone on the stage but not alone in the crowd, Joshua P. James of Yellow Paper Planes frequently commented during his intros that he draws his strength from his band mates sitting close by in the crowd. At this performance, however, at the Southwest Acoustic Stage…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Charlie Hirsch Review

Bunbury Music Festival 2017 – Charlie Hirsch Review written by Megan Randall Charlie Hirsch played to a sizeable crowd despite the hot temperatures Saturday, June 3rd, at Bunbury Music Festival. Playing his singer-songwriter style tunes on the River Stage, his prior quiet stage presence commanded the attention of the crowd as he played his soulful set. Hints of country influence…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Jared Mahone Review

Bunbury Music Festival 2017 – Jared Mahone Review written by Megan Randall It takes big talent to command attention on a stage as small as the Southwest Acoustic Stage at Bunbury Music Festival, however, Columbus native Jared Mahone did it with ease. Kicking off his set with acoustic versions of his songs such as a passionate “Come Find You,” Mahone’s…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Death Cab for Cutie Review

Death Cab for Cutie – Bunbury Music Festival 2017 written by Katie Morton Friday night festivities came to a close at the Sawyer Point Stage, as Death Cab for Cutie took the stage. DCFC is an American alt rock band from Bellingham, Washington formed in 1997. Current band members include Ben Gibbard (vocals, guitar, piano), Nick Harmer (bass), Dave Depper (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Zac…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Bassnectar

Bassnectar Review written by Katie Morton Lorin Ashton, better known under his stage name Bassnectar, is an American DJ and record producer. Out of San Francisco, Bassnectar is one of electronic dance music’s biggest homegrown acts. Ashton’s DJ sets draw sprawling crowds at festivals like Electric Daisy Carnival, Coachella, and Bonnaroo. Saturday night headliner, Bassnector, brought droves of festival fans pouring…

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