Fifth and Fite, along with fellow Uproar Records artists O, Loveland and Trannie Stevens, performed Thursday for Baylor’s second annual Project Greenway fashion show.
Four down, one to go. So far, four of the artists signed to Uproar Records have finished recording with the duo of Paul Whitney and Colin Laflin, who jointly own Transient Workshop in Austin.
For the first time, Baylor’s Acoustic Café will incorporate a new theme into its traditional showcase of students’ art and music tonight with “Bro Night at Acoustic Café” – featuring only male performers. The event will take place from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m in the Bill Daniel Student Center Den.
Deck the quadrangle with songs of Holly (Tucker); ’tis the season to take a carriage ride and be jolly. Don we now our 5th Street apparel; troll the Baylor language department’s carol. Fa la la la la, la la la la.
Four years ago and almost four hours away from Waco, four guys from the same hometown got together to do what they do best: jam.