“Not only are we making really good music, but we all are friends, and we build up each other and really support each other.”
Bulldogs of Butler: Frank Felice
Frank Felice, associate professor of music composition, discusses new album release.
Bulldogs of Butler: Sterling Powell
Butler musician Sterling Powell discusses his new album, his path to music and how living in Fairview influenced his songwriting.
Butler students get hands-on recording experience through Indy Blue Entertainment
Read the details behind the university’s very own record label.
Bulldogs of Butler: Alex McGrath
Senior Alex McGrath shares his first project featuring songs from every genre, from cinematic works to pop and R&B hits, as McGrath attempts to capture the universal experience of being inside one’s head.
Masks down voices up: A cappella singing returns to Butler
Butler’s student a cappella groups are back, and they are signing louder than ever before.
Dawgs with Style: Music Edition
Multimedia Reporter Alexis Wallman asks music students how they dress and what is so unique about their style.
24 hours proves enough time to create a symphony
A person can do a lot in one rotation of the Earth. Eight student composers and four performers from Butler University’s Jordan College of Fine Arts chose to use 24 hours between Friday and Saturday preparing for the semi-annual 24 Hour Concert, which returned again this semester after a year absent from campus. The goal:…