Come support your musicianly men by eating at Freddy’s Frozen Custard on Monday April 28th between 5-9! All proceeds will go towards advancing music in America! Donations will go towards bringing in professional performers for the Kansas State University as well as toward efforts of preserving Peace Memorial Auditorium.
Not A Planet and The Field Day Jitters give Jimbo Ivy a proper send off from Aggie Central Station. (One of our favorite venues to play. Ever.)
Join us for this spring’s Poetry (and Short Prose) on Poyntz! Read from your own poetry (or short fiction, up to 300 words) or just listen to others.
(Image by Rebecca Hoyer, “Forest,” whose work appears at the Strecker-Nelson Gallery as part of “Watercolor — delicate beauty from a difficult medium,” March 7 – April 26, 2014.)
Keynote speaker: Kadir Nelson, artist and illustrator.
Acclaimed for his illustrations for young readers in _We Are the Ship: The Story of Negro League Baseball_, _Henry’s Freedom Box: A True Story from the Underground Railroad_, and_ Nelson Mandela_, artist Kadir Nelson will be the keynote speaker for the fourth biennial inter-disciplinary conference “The Power of Three: Children’s Literature in English, Education, and Library Science,” sponsored by the Children’s and Adolescent Literature Community (ChALC) and the Department of English. This year’s conference theme is “Drawn Together: Celebrating Racial Diversity in Children’s Literature.” Nelson has won many awards, including two Caldecott Honors, the Coretta Scott King Award, and an NAACP Image Award. In addition to children’s book illustrations, he has also produced album art for Michael Jackson and Drake and cover art for The New Yorker.
More information about the conference, which runs 8:30am-2:30pm, is available at http://www.k-state.edu/chalc/Conference.html.
9:00-9:50: Education Session—”‘I Never Thought About It That Way…’: Considering the Life Experiences of Others through Children’s Literature,” Vicki Sherbert, Assistant Professor, Education Department
10:00-10:50: Library Session—”Community Reading: Libraries and the Social Experience of Book,” Melendra Sutliff Sanders, Children’s Consultant, North Central Kansas Libraries
11:00-12:00: Keynote Speaker—Kadir Nelson, illustrator.
1:30-2:30: English Session—A panel of three English
graduate students will present papers.
The conference is open to students, faculty, and community members, but space will be limited, so reserve your free conference registration using the link provided on the conference web site at http://www.k-state.edu/chalc/Conference.html.
Ace Reporter Samuel Sargent is one of the biggest supporters of local music here in Manhattan; he is a constant face at shows, a reporter/reviewer for The Hype Weekly, and as a general encourager of musicians and creative works here in town.
So we’re celebrating his birthday with a show featuring some of his favorite acts!
Eddy Green, Fara Sol, and Delicious Friction will therefore be
Hey Corvallis! Come on out to Cloud and Kelly’s to hear The Long Hello. Soul filled vocals, rippin guitar, big bold bass and bumpin backbeats is our sound. See you there!
Start your Saturday off right Come hang out with your Sisters have some
… Coffee from Bluestem Bistro, Donuts from Varsity Donuts, Delicious Limited Pressed Vinyl & other Audiophiles to geek out with.
Along with a little Live Music
(If you post comments or take photos be sure to tag them with #RSD14)
Just a Few of 2014 releases:
Autumn Defense/Josh Rouse
Big Mama Thornton
Brian Jonestown Massacre / The Magic Castles
Built To Spill
Cage the Elephant
The Civil Wars
Creedence Clearwater Revival
The Cure / Dinosaur Jr.
Deerhoof & Ceramic Dog
Devo / The Flaming Lips
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Wes Montgomery & The Montgomery-Johnson Quintet
The Notorious B.I.G.
Jimmy Page & The Black Crowes
The Pogues: Live With Joe Strummer
Ramblin’ Jack Elliott
Rough Guide To African Blues
The Velvet Underground
For full list:
Performing all eras of Beatles music in their original key, wearing drainpipe trousers and playing authentic instruments, Yesterday – The Beatles Tribute has performed on five continents. Beginning with the British Invasions in 1964, the mop tops from Liverpool began the first wave of Beatlemania. The Beatles forever changed the face of pop music with such songs as “Hard Day’s Night”, “Help”, “I Wanna Hold Your Hand”, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, and “Revolution”. Yesterday recreates note for note the music of the Fab Four.
Based in Las Vegas, Yesterday Beatles tribute show bands have performed their long running show in among others, Atlantic City at the Tropicana Casino Resort for three years, at the Horizon Casino Hotel in Lake Tahoe for eight months, five months in the Tiffany Theater at the Tropicana in Las Vegas, countless Beatles tribute shows in New York, and hundreds of venues across the US.
There will be shows at 7:00PM and 9PM. Tickets are $16 for the front section or $12 for GA. Tickets are available at Hyvee or www.thewareham.com
Scruffy & the Janitors will be releasing a limited 7″ on Record Store Day at The Lucky Tiger in downtown St. Joseph. Matthew Coman & the Coterie will also be playing.
Limited clear blue records will be $10