Author: Sara Matthews

Michael Witt’s EP “As a Brother”

Local musician Michael Witt is making a huge splash with his first EP, “As A Brother.” Lovers of David Ramirez and Noah Gundersen will fall head over heels for Michael Witt’s beautiful lyricism and dedication to authentic and raw music. Witt released his first original single, “Late Rose” earlier this year. The praise for that single alone has created buzz around this College Station vocalist and guitarist. But it hasn’t all been easy. Getting started on the challenge of creating an EP was not a straight road for Michael. After half-heartedly writing five songs as a base line, he...

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Grand Stafford Theater Line Up

This coming week, from folk to hip-hop, the Grand Stafford Theater is in no short supply of great musicians. On Thursday, November 15, Thomas Csorba will perform his soul-baring songs from his new album, “From the Foxhole.” The following day, November 16, JC Juice will take the stage and share his passion for rap and hip-hop. Kicking off Thursday night will be Kayla French, whose guitar and vocal talent will surely impress. The Texas based musician began playing guitar in her youth, and has since then developed into a profound singer-songwriter. French released her first album last year, and...

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Penny & Sparrow Concert at Rudder Theatre

As part of their Wendigo tour, folk duo Penny & Sparrow will be performing a concert at Rudder Theatre. MSC Town Hall of Texas A&M University will host the event on November 11 at 7 p.m. Penny & Sparrow have accumulated a solid fan base over the past few years, and continue to win the hearts of many with every new release. Andy Baxter and Kyle Jahnke began creating music together in 2011 at the University of Texas. Baxter and Jahnke originally had no plans to enter into a career of music—Baxter studied film and history while Jahnke received...

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Game Day Concert Series

Jimbo Fisher isn’t the only new staple at Texas A&M University football games. A new concert series has created an exciting and energetic atmosphere for Aggie football fans during game days. Texas A&M’s Athletics department has partnered with the student committee, MSC Town Hall, in order to program live music right at Kyle Field every single home game. This football season has brought us blues musicians, local College Station bands, country artists, and more! The game day concert series features a stage outside in the Fan Zone, located by the E. King Gill statue and an inside acoustic set...

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First Friday at the Grand Stafford: The Cover Letter

Another month has somehow passed by in a flurry, and First Friday at the Grand Stafford is back to bring some great music and excitement to your week. The chilly fall weather is in full blast in College Station, and the Grand Stafford Theatre will be free for the public to cozy up in while the folk-rock band, The Cover Letter, sings their sweet songs. First Friday lands on November 2 this month, so mark your calendars for a performance that will knock your socks off. The Cover Letter comes from Austin, TX where they started making music in...

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