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The 1975 at the Greek Theatre by Steven Ward
Healymania ensues with The 1975’s performance at the Greek Theatre

In Berlin 1841 the term “Lisztomania” was coined to describe the bat-shit frenzies fans would succumb to during composer Franz Liszt’s performances–French pop-rock group Pheonix even wrote a song about it. A hundred and twenty years later, “Beatlemania” similarly enthralled fans around the world with the bowl-cut quartet from England. While footage exists of the […]

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The 1975 spark ultimate fan excitement akin to Beatle-mania at Club Nokia performance

When you attend a live concert there’s a level of expectation that’s demanded. Stage lighting need to be vibrant and reflective of the tone the performers are releasing. The energy exerted must exemplify the vibe in which the musicians are made up of. In other words, it all boils down to a sense of duty, […]

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