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VII Wonders: Gabriel Townsell on Rap, Wrestling and Life

Over the past few years, VII has built an impressive resume both at Stanford and his native Chicago — one that speaks to an artistic spirit and skill beyond his years, fueled by a dedication to his craft and a relentless pursuit of new creative avenues. You may have seen him performing at Blackfest in 2018, where he opened for 2 Chainz; he competed in the Stanford Concert Network’s Battle of the Bands in January of this year, and he was featured at Kairos’ Wine & Cheese night in November. Maybe you’ve heard the two mixtapes he dropped on Soundcloud this summer, in addition to Marketable Melancholy.

Jorja Smith, Kali Uchis to headline 2019 Frost Music & Arts Festival

Stanford’s annual Frost Music & Arts Festival announced on Tuesday its 2019 headliners: Jorja Smith and Kali Uchis. For the first time in its seven-year history, the signature event of the Stanford Concert Network (SCN), scheduled for Saturday, May 18 in Frost Amphitheater, will be headlined by female performers. According to Bella Cooper ‘20, SCN’s…

Zedd dazzles Stanford at Frost

The Stanford Concert Network (SCN) put on yet another successful Frost Music & Arts Festival last Saturday, featuring performers Charles Calvet, Broods and Zedd. Due to renovations, this year’s festival was moved from its namesake, Frost Amphitheater, and was instead held at Stanford Stadium. I’d heard about the magic of Frost Amphitheater: the feeling of…