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Reckless Kelly Live

Americana, Red-Dirt Band Reckless Kelly has been burning up stages with their high-energy blend of rock and country music since 1996. Fronted by central Idaho natives Willy and Cody Braun, the brothers are part of a rich musical legacy that began with their grandfather and continued with their father and uncle’s band The Braun Brothers. […]

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Concert Band: "Story Time"

Join us for an enchanting evening of musical storytelling at Texas Tech University’s Allen Theatre, conducted by Joel Pagán and Richard Zec. PROGRAMJack Stamp: Gavorkna FanfareZhou Tian/David Thornton: NocturneJulius Fučik/Mayhew Lake: Florentiner MarchAlex Shapiro: Tight SqueezeRoshanne Etezady: AnahitaCamille Saint-Saëns/Arthur Frackenpohl: Pas RedoubléCome and immerse yourself in a captivating narrative woven through the melodies and harmonies

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The Lights Fest – Lubbock

Welcome to The Lights Fest, where dreams take flight and create a spectacle that will leave you breathless. Prepare to be captivated by the mesmerizing beauty of our enchanting sky lantern event. It’s time to release your worries and let your aspirations soar high above the horizon. Immerse yourself in a world of wonder as

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TTU Symphonic Band: "Silver Lining"

Don’t miss out on a night of musical magic at Crickets Theater, Buddy Holly Hall! Join us for “Silver Linings” presented by The Symphonic Band, under the masterful direction of Eric Allen, graduate conductor Dillan Francis, and the esteemed guest conductor Ryan Smith! Experience the spellbinding talent of faculty flutist Spencer Hartman as he takes

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Killer Queen’s first public shows were at London University, following in the footsteps of the real Queen who had played their first shows there decades earlier. Killer Queen’s UK popularity grew to such an extent they soon secured a residency in London’s Strand Theatre attracting nationwide BBC coverage – the first tribute to have a