LSC Live has new set times — 3:15 and 4:15 p.m. — and will bring new artists to the stage on the first level of Lory Student Center.
Shows kicked off at the start of classes in January, and continue with national touring trio Edison playing Feb. 3. See a complete lineup here.
Originally an indie-folk/pop duo out of Denver, Sarah Slaton and Dustin Morris added mutual friend and fellow musician Chris Cash. Edison has currently released albums Live at Dead Canary Sessions, Civil War, and Ghosts (February 2015), and is now touring nationwide.
“Thomas Edison’s final words were, ‘It’s beautiful over there.’ I’m not sure where there is, but I believe it’s somewhere and I hope it’s beautiful.” – Edison.
For more information and music, visit the band’s website, and plan to catch Edison for free in the Skeller while you can.
Fifteen bands this semester
LSC Live will feature 15 bands over the course of the semester. Two of these dates are reserved for student bands, including the winner of Battle of the Bands set for early March. Follow these links to get involved with Battle of the Bands or LSC Live.
LSC Live is brought to you by Spokesbuzz, a Fort Collins-based nonprofit dedicated to promoting and incubating local bands, as well as the RamSkeller, Rocky Mountain Student Media, and RamEvents. LSC Live owes its success to its collaborators and its student audience.
Visit the Skeller Wednesdays to support Northern Colorado musicians, win giveaways, and relax with your friends, even if you are under 21.
RamEvents aims to create an all-inclusive programming board that meets the needs of CSU’s diverse student body. RamEvents strives to provide students with diverse and affordable events that both entertain and enrich the CSU experience.