Ready to rock at Farm Day
By Ashley Altus
The bright colors that come with spring will bring out ColorBox, band that includes three Baylor faculty and staff members, at Farm Day.
ColorBox’s Farm Day show will be at 11 p.m. Saturday at 365 Spring Lake Drive in Waco.
In addition to music, Farm Day, put on by World Hunger Relief Inc., will also have local vendors selling art, plants, fresh food and more. The event is free and open to the public.
With a full set of 13 original songs the band will start out with “Intro,” which leads into “Ready to Breathe.” The set will also include a Nirvana cover.
Nirvana is one of the many influences on the band.
The band will debut three new original songs during the event, including “Brooklyn’s Song,” “Skylight” and “In Bloom.”
The band will also pull old songs from its former band, Bright Size Life, including “Robot” and “Seven Ways to You,” and even a song the band wrote over a decade ago they never played live called “Victory Song.”
ColorBox said it is still waiting to hear back about being a musical performer at Diadeloso, but don’t have any other shows booked so far besides the Farm Day event.
Instead, the band members are in the process of writing more music that they plan to release in a EP in the fall.