I worked Turn Up The Good at Ferris State University on April 4th. TUG was started in 2011 and has been an annual show every spring ever since. I was lucky enough to work on the E-board and photograph the event! TerniduP started off the night; they are the DJ winners from the TUG Contest and they started the night off right! Next up was Kansas natives, The Floozies…
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Under The Gun’s photographer, Tori Thomas attended Ferris State University’s Autumn Alive featuring We The Kings & Fireworks on November 1.
I’m in the Music Industry Management Association (MIMA) at Ferris State University, and we put on a concert called Autumn Alive featuring We The Kings & Fireworks on November 1. The show hit it off with the crowd and it looked like they had a great time. I’ve seen Fireworks before, but it’s been a couple years. I definitely enjoyed their set, even though I didn’t know many songs from them. Then We The Kings took the stage decked …
This post is for all our followers in UTG’s home state of Michigan. Ferris State University’s Music Industry Management Association has announced We The Kings and Fireworks as the headlining acts of their annual Autumn Alive concert. The event is scheduled to take place November 1 at Wink Arena in Big Rapids, MI. You can read the full press release below:
“Big Rapids, MI – We The Kings and Detroit natives, Fireworks, will headline the annual Autumn Alive concert Thursday, November 1st at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI.
The 13th annual concert, which is run entirely by students …
While working Autumn Alive for Music Industry Management Association (MIMA), UTG Photographer Tori Thomas captured Taking Back Sunday and The Maine at Ferris State University on November 3, 2011.
The show kicked off with The Maine performing new songs and progressing into older fan favorites like “Into Your Arms.” Once Taking Back Sunday hit the stage, the audience was deafening from excitement. TBS played a few new songs, but a majority of their set was comprised of the back catalog. Overall both bands performed great and the audience was loving every minute of it.
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Electronica kingsThe Glitch Mob have announced a show in West Michigan. Check out a commercial for the event below:
Tickets go on sale early next week ($5 for FSU students, $10 for all other attendees) and you can buy them up at the Wink Arena Box Office (231.591.2610) on Ferris’ campus, or at startickets.com… Doors open at 6.
Artist: Jimmy D
Album: Fresh Produce
2. Little Things
3. Rockstar (featuring Drew Behringer)
4. How It Work
6. Roll It Up
Jimmy D, along with his album Fresh Produce, is the first local Michigan artist I have had the opportunity to review since I signed on to UTG. Although I cannot expect a professionally mastered album that was recorded in a $10 million studio, I can expect the intangibles of skill, heart and motivation, from Jimmy D, to appear on this album.
Fresh Produce comes to us in the …