See Madea scare away trick-or-treaters, watch Tom Hanks be tormented in ‘Inferno,’ and Juice unleashes hell-fire from its guitar strings this weekend in the arts.
Juice and Misterwives performed Saturday night as part of the first annual StokesSet put on by the Campus Activities Board.
Located on Stokes Lawn, the first annual StokesSet offered another opportunity for BC’s music lovers to see some big-name bands right from the comfort of their own campus.
It’s only when the epic ensemble that is Juice graces the stage that your attention is ripped away from the stupid shenanigans of the evening’s audience and settles on the soulful, funky essence that Juice exudes in all its performances.
After the release of its debut self-titled album, Juice sets a president of excellence as it ventures into new artistic ground, outside of the college sphere.
Witness Key and Peele in ‘Keanu’, the Common Tones crew sing in their Spring Show, and pick up Juice’s latest album this weekend in the arts.
All the way from its 2014 Arts Fest debut, Juice launches it first, self-titled album, bringing in all the flavors, sounds, and riffs that have made the band the success it is today.
See Picasso at the MFA, Jim Norton on tour, and and Juice at the Garage Lounge, this weekend in the arts.
This Valentine’s Day, we decided to do a little something special. Some BC bands helped create a Spotify playlist sure to get you in the holiday spirit.
In a performance in Alston Friday night, Juice feed the crowd beachy vibes, while William Bolton lulled listeners with calm, serene sounds, despite the storm raging outside.