Macy Todd brings her soul-tinged pop music to Stadium Sessions, performing just before the Nov. 29 home football game against Boise State.
The 2019 season of Stadium Sessions — the series of free outdoor performances by top Colorado bands before every Colorado State University home football game — concludes Nov. 29 with a show by Macy Todd.
This year, Stadium Sessions has featured a stellar lineup of performances at the Coors Light Ram Walk Tailgate, which opens four hours prior to kickoff on Meridian Avenue north of Canvas Stadium. Kickoff for the game against Boise State is at 1:30 p.m.
In addition to the live music before the game, which begins with a Little Kids Rock performance by the Polaris Modern Band, the tailgate features lawn games, food trucks and beverages for purchase. TVs will be on for live, nationwide game-day viewing.
Stadium Sessions performances are rebroadcast the Wednesday after each home game on KRFC 88.9 FM Radio Fort Collins at 7 p.m. and streamed online worldwide at krfcfm.org.
“We are honored to partner with Colorado State University in this way and be able to provide the service of booking the bands for the Stadium Sessions and record each wonderful performance to then re-air and stream online,” said Jen Parker, executive director of KRFC 88.9 FM Radio Fort Collins. “Our overall CSU partnership is extremely important to us as we help promote education, the arts, lifestyle, events and all things positive and meaningful in our great community.”
About Macy Todd
An up-and-coming singer-songwriter with a fresh yet classic sensibility, Macy Todd creates soul-tinged pop music that transcends both genre and time. Hailing from Atlanta, the 21-year-old artist delivers an instantly captivating sound that centers on her delicate yet masterful voice.
As a child growing up in Lawrenceville, Georgia, Todd’s family made sure that music was at the center of everyday life.
“My dad was a singer, and toured in shows and bands for a long time,” she recalls. “He played everything from the Everly Brothers to Queen and Stevie Wonder around the house when I was a kid.”
At the age of 14, she picked up her first guitar and soon began honing her own unique brand of songwriting. As her gift grew, her performances began to draw the attention of audiences and entertainment industry professionals alike.
With several years of guidance from Dan Hannon, a nationally known Atlanta-based producer, and help from an incredible new band, Todd has ventured out from her singer-songwriter roots and discovered an exciting new sound harkening back to the best of original soul/R&B, and capturing the pop and dance sensibilities of today.
For more information about Stadium Sessions, visit stadiumsessions.colostate.edu.