Uproar Records, Baylor’s student–run record label, is combining fashion and sustainability with its event, Project Greenway. This free event will include performances from Uproar artists Luke Hicks and Trannie Stevens, as well as a fashion show of “green” outfits.
Some students toss out an empty cereal box and old magazines, but others consider adding some tarp, creating an outfit and winning $500.
The Digital Age will be back in Waco to rock Baylor and wow its audience members with its high-energy songs.
Baylor Uproar Records artists Luke Hicks and Manifest Music Co. will be opening the show, which takes place at 9 p.m. Friday in Waco Hall. For both groups, this will be the most significant concert they have been a part of to date.
Impact. That’s what Uproar Record’s new artist, Austin junior Luke Hicks, wants to do with his music. His original songs, both about times of joy or heartbreak, are what he feels will touch his audience most.
Other popular boy bands are no match for Uproar Records’ newest band. This semester, Manifest Music Company steps out with a unique edge on pop music.
The band, which formed in spring 2012 ,includes Montgomery, N. J., junior Mike Stanley on bass, Abilene senior Hugh Knight on piano, and Baylor alumnus Zac Flowers from Houston on guitar and Erik Williams from Colorado Springs, Colo., on drums.
Working in a city with new emerging artists and art forms, it can be difficult for fresh musicians to get noticed and build a fan base. In Waco, one advantage Baylor students have is the opportunity to be signed on to the student-run music business organization, Uproar Records.
Each year, the label holds two rounds of auditions, which brings new artists and re-sign bands from previous semesters. One such band, Dreamboat, is now entering its second year with the record company and hopes to use this opportunity to continue to build its fan base in Waco while honing a new sound they’ve been working hard to perfect.
Every performance at Common Grounds is exciting as inspiring musicians around Baylor performs for the crowd of students that sit in the audience to hear Baylor’s finest. This week will have an even more exciting performance.
Former Uproar artist David Dulcie headed to Nashville, Tenn., in July with hopes of making it big in the music industry. During Dulcie’s time at Uproar, he was the lead singer in David Dulcie & The Rag Tag Army. Dulcie graduated from Baylor in May 2012.
Green wasn’t just a color Thursday at Common Grounds.
Houston junior Eliza Coleman and Plano junior Ryan Schaap designed two “green” outfits for the Project Greenway fashion show at 7 p.m. Thursday. The pair won the competition and received a $500 prize.
Green is the new black — at least at the third annual Project Greenway.
Project Greenway is a competitive fashion show and concert hosted by Uproar Records, Baylor’s student-run record label. The event begins at 7 p.m. Thursday at Common Grounds. Admission is free and open to the public.