P.O.S., Peter Wolf Crier highlight McNally Smith's Sound Bite music series lineup
Photo By Erik Hess
As schoolkids across the state head back to class this week, McNally Smith College of Music gives their students (and local music fans) a terrific welcome back treat by announcing the stellar lineup for their second annual Sound Bites music series. P.O.S., Zebulon Pike, Chastity Brown, Kill The Vultures, and Peter Wolf Crier fill out this year's sensational Sound Bites performance schedule, with each event also featuring an informative Q&A with the performers lead by Current DJ David Campbell, who is serving as Sound Bite emcee again this year.
These intimate performances are held in McNally Smith's Sound Bite Café, and are free for all College of Music students. Tickets are made available to McNally Smith students one week prior to the concerts, with a limited number of tickets being made available to the public via McNally Smith's website, Facebook, and Twitter accounts. A few tickets will also be made available through the Current as well.
For those who aren't able to find a way into these shows, each performance will be made available to view online shortly following each gig.
Doors for each Sound Bite show will open at 6:00 p.m., with music starting at 7. Food and drinks will be available directly from the Sound Bite Café itself.
Here is the full 2012-13 Sound Bite Series schedule:
September 20: P.O.S.
October 11: Zebulon Pike
November 8: Chastity Brown
January 24: Kill The Vultures
March 21: Peter Wolf Crier
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