By Sarah on April 8, 2010
The 22-year old Taylor’s music is full of heartbreak, warnings against mean boys who will break your heart, and longing for meeting that special someone and falling in love.
By Sarah on October 26, 2009
A little bit of everything in Chicago this week. Rock, electronica, folk, rap, and my guilty pleasure, cheesy pop music.Â I kind of can’t handle all of the different choices for shows on Thursday, and I have never been so disappointed to have to go to a Halloween party rather than a show on Friday. […]
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By Sarah on September 27, 2009
Brandi and company put on an amazing show â€“ tons of energy and charisma, lots of interaction with the audience. The audience was 100% into the show from start to finish. Lots of enthusiastic cheering, shouting, singing along. This was a crowd who loved everything about Brandi and it showed.