Black History Month Event:
SGA Presents Rudy Currence in Concert
In celebration of Black History Month, the SGA is presenting Rudy Currence, performance style
artist in concert Wednesday, February 27, Leone Cole Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. Admission is free, and the public is invited.
Innovative and classic, Rudy Currence is a powerful, unique voice in today's
music scene. Rudy sings with power and passion, writes beautiful soulful lyrics,
produces complex music, and plays several instruments including the keyboard and
guitar. Multitalented yet humble and soft-spoken this young man already
possesses an easy charm on and off the stage.
His musical background is very
diverse, spanning genres including R&B, gospel, jazz and blues, folk, pop
and classical. His style has been called a mix of the soul-stirring classics
like Stevie Wonder, Donnie Hathaway and Marvin Gaye with modern edginess of
artists like India Arie, Avril Lavigne and Alicia Keyes.
Rudy has had two songs
recorded by Mya for her recent CD release and had a song included on the
soundtrack for Tom Cruise’s Minority Report. Rudy will one day leave a musical
legacy behind for generations to come.
Source from which passages are cited: www.thecollegeagency.com.
Videos of Currence's works may be downloaded on this Website.
For more information about Rudy Currence, click here.
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