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British and M Jude at the State Tomorrow

Posted by Carly Mallenbaum on 03/29 at 11:01 PM

British Phil and M. Jude on April 1st
posted Mar 28, 2010 10:10 PM by Carly Mallenbaum
This Thursday, The Asylum presents British Phil and M. Jude.  They will play in the State Theatre, upstairs (In The Attic).  Tickets are only $5 for an intimate performance.

WHEN:  Thursday, April 1
WHERE: State Theatre (upstairs)
COST:$5

(this show description is from the State Theatre website:)

British Phil

    Mike Doyle (senior; Mechanical Engineering) started his “Swamp Troll Rock” band, British Phil, as a sophmore in 2008. The band has been comprised of many different musicians in the past two years…. from sax players to steel drummers to fiddle players. The current lineup includes Clayton Blunk who has been with the band for two years. He plays banjo, guitar and bass. He is a sophmore Aerospace Engineering student. Michael Rudolph joined the band in spring 2009 and plays fiddle and mandolin (he is a senior Engineering Science student). Tim Vitull, who joined last fall, is the lead guitarist. He is also a sophomore Civil Engineering student. The current drummer is Nate Etter (senior; public relations and political science). Also joining the band is beatboxer Caitlin Doyle, Rubberband’s frontman Dave Joyce and Jason O.

M. Jude

    Matthew Whittle, also known as M. Jude, has been playing live shows since 2007. A resident of Bucks County, Pa., he offers an amiable blend of folk and pop, often garnering comparisons to such artists as Jon Brion, Jim James and Neutral Milk Hotel. Matthew has shared the stage with such national acts as Margot and the Nuclear So and Sos, Tilly and the Wall, Good Old War and Audrye Sessions.

{name} Author: Carly Mallenbaum
Bio: Carly Mallenbaum is a junior majoring in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Law and Liberal Arts. At any given time, you will likely find her dancing, running, reading, playing soccer, or listening to music with her huge green headphones. She loves many types of music, specifically alternative rock and anything she can dance to. Some artists she likes are John Mayer Trio, Coldplay, Vampire Weekend, Justin Timberlake, G. Love, Spoon, and The Beatles.

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