When junior Luke Darger’s band, The Word Party, ran out of money recording its first full-length album, the members pledged to raise $1,000 in a 30-day Kickstarter campaign.
Their new mixtape, named “Project Colorful,” is their second major release and the beginning of a new era for the Bloomington natives.
On most Saturday afternoons for the last four years, St. Thomas football fans have witnessed tradition in the making when the team and coaches celebrate gridiron triumphs and belt out the lyrics of the Tommie victory song.
St. Thomas’ newest addition to campus, a men’s a cappella group, sings in the Anderson Student Center’s Woulfe Alumni Hall every Thursday and Sunday night. The group hopes to become an official St. Thomas club by next fall.
About 70 people filled Scooters’ seats, April 12, to watch Face Forward’s EXPOSED show presented by the UST Gospel Choir. The show included three slam poets, dance performances, African drumming and singing.
“The Pirates of Penzance” opens Friday, March 8, at St. Catherine University and showcases students from St. Thomas and the surrounding communities The musical follows a 21-year-old named Frederic and his adventures as an indentured pirate. Watch the audio slideshow here.
St. Thomas Chamber Singers will perform a piece a Mexican composer Jorge Cozatl wrote for the choir’s March 9 and 10 concert at Orchestra Hall. He has been working with the choir since October on a piece title “Pasar la Vida.” Listen to the song here.