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Second Student Showcase on Display Friday at the HUB

Posted by Stephen Smith on 03/24 at 02:20 PM

The Second Student Showcase of the year will be held this Friday as part of the SPA Noontime Concert Series.  The free concert will take place on the first floor of the HUB.

This week’s lineup includes Electric Empire, James Millican, TonyP, Mike Lloyd, Sunny B, and Nick & Derek, in that order.  In the last showcase, there was a wide range of styles, from folk to rap to acoustic duet. This one will likely be the same.

These showcases are excellent examples of the originality within the music community on campus.  Come out and give an ear to what the student body has to offer!

{name} Author: Stephen Smith
Bio: Stephen Smith is currently a senior English major at Penn State. In his free time, he enjoys playing Xbox, drumming, playing his guitar, and writing fiction. His favorite genres include alternative rock, emo, indie, metal, and most anything played acoustically. His favorite bands include Say Anything, Counting Crows, City and Colour, and Daphne Loves Derby.

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