The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

Ed Sheerans last concert in Atlanta before disappearing for a year.

The return of Ed Sheeran

Ansley Mitchell, Staff Writer February 5, 2017

“Hello all. I am taking a break from my phone, emails and all social media for a while, I’ve had such an amazing ride over the last 5 years but I find myself seeing the world through a screen and not...


Review: Genre-spanning dissonance and electronic mayhem captured in 2016 record

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor May 2, 2016

When people say genre-spanning I feel like they rarely mean it with sincerity. I've listened to far too many folk musicians that claim that they transcend genre, while most are pretty indistinguishable...

Beyonce is living in a world of beauty, confidence, and success, especially when her surprise albums do extremely well.

Beyonce achieves overnight success with new visual album

Jessica Borla, Advertising Lead April 29, 2016

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Arjona took on teaching in rural areas and professional basketball for his national team before settling on music. His music has addressed romance, social issues, and other topics. It has also traveled through pop sounds and a stripped-down acoustic style.

Lambert Linguist: Ricardo Arjona (Artist Spotlight)

SungMin Park, Staff Writer March 7, 2016

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The first album cover, depicting an apocalyptic scene from a French tapestry.

Review: Progressive indie suite succeeds in every way

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor February 22, 2016

Many albums stretch on for too long. Without even bothering to set expectations through marketing the record as a double album, a record may continue on for well over an hour, with upwards of fourteen...

Each member is between the age of 18 to 22. Most of them have not finished high-school and college. In order to graduate, they took a replacement test for a diploma.

Lambert Linguist: iKON (Artist Spotlight)

SungMin Park, Staff Writer February 18, 2016

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Though she has only released one album so far, she has already become a French sensation. Her top single not only made platinum in France but it has topped the charts of other countries. For example, her single remained first in Greece for seven weeks, until it was knocked to second by Pharrell Williams Happy.

Lambert Linguist: Indila (Artist Spotlight)

SungMin Park, Staff Writer January 22, 2016

Artist: Indila Language: French Location: Paris, France Adila Sedraïa was born in Paris, France, but she also rises from a mix of Egyptian,...

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Teen impresses once again with recent EP

Elizabeth Findley , Staff Writer November 9, 2015

Ray Goren, a now 15-year-old singer and songwriter, had already begun to immerse himself in music and the arts at a young age. By the age of three, he began playing the piano and by the age of eight, was...

Nathan Sykes launches his new singing career

Nathan Sykes; just another Justin Bieber?

Lael White, Staff Writer October 7, 2015

The colorful world of music has a new artist, and his name is Nathan Sykes. Now, before he is written off as a solo version of One Direction or another Justin Bieber, Nathan isn't an everyday boy band...

Make way for Alessia Cara, a talented singer with a bright future.

Alessia Cara: soon to be music legend?

Lael White, Staff Writer October 7, 2015

  Since the very beginning of music there has been several very talented artists that stick out and one day become world renowned musical legends. Elvis Presley, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson,...

Alternative rock band, Wilco after the release of their self-titled album.

Wilco drops free record over the summer

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor October 7, 2015

Digital distribution has really changed a lot about the music industry. For one, pirating is far easier than it has ever been. It is an oft-spoken response among free-usage proponents that musicians don’t...

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