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    Directive celebrates 16 years in style

    “Thank you for listening to my mediocre music skills,” Zach Johnson said to the crowd of people that packed the studio space adjacent to Directive, Logan’s local board shop. The audience enthusiastically chanted “one more song” as he bashfully moved through his set. This sense of comradery was nearly overwhelming at Directive’s 16th birthday party, a celebration of the boarshop’s current location ...

    On April 11, 2019 / By
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    Passion for CHaSSin’ Introduction

    USUSA CHaSS Senator McKenna Allred sits down with CHaSS students to talk about their passions, what they are doing within CHaSS, and why they are doing it.  ...

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    Passion for CHaSSin’ Episode 2 – Lewis Stevens

    USUSA CHaSS Senator Candidate Lewis Stevens sits down with me to discuss his campaign, his passion for CHaSS, and why he wants to be your CHaSS Senator. Voting for the USUSA Election begins February 25.  ...

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    Passion for CHaSSin’ Episode 1 – Naomi Ward

    USUSA CHaSS Senator Candidate Naomi Ward sits down with me to discuss her campaign, her passion for CHaSS, and why she wants to be your next senator. Voting for the USUSA elections begins February 25. h ...

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    An Interview With Ritt Momney

    From their powerful and personal lyrics to their intricate production, Ritt Momney is a band on the rise with no intention to slow down. The Salt Lake-based group is comprised of Jack Rutter (vocals/guitar/keys), Jonas Torgersen (guitar), Auden Winchester (keys), Noah Hamula (bass) and Sam Olson (drums). Before taking their bedroom-pop meets indie-rock sound to WhySound, Aggie Radio sat down with the ...

    On February 8, 2019 / By
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    Branson Anderson, The Backseat Lovers and Sammy Brue & the Grinders kick off 2019 at WhySound

    LOGAN–WhySound brought together three of Utah’s favorite local acts Saturday, Jan. 5 for the venue’s first show of 2019. The show, which nearly sold out, was headlined by Sammy Brue and the Grinders, with support from Branson Anderson and The Backseat Lovers. “These are the kind of events that make you want to do them over and over again, because you do ...

    On January 6, 2019 / By