“The Shade” performs free concert at CSU for public

By Michael Chen The Shade, born out of a trailer parked outside one of the band members’ parents’ house, comes to the Becker Amphitheater with its indie/rock/pop style music, hoping to one day break through to the mainstream music scene. The band has been producing music since 2007 and its members were born and raised in the greater Los Angeles area. They find influence for their songs from their experiences together as a band, the people they meet and the coffee they drink. Stephen Zuniga, the singer and guitarist of the band, and his bandmates are committed to producing great music and having fun while doing so. “Our musical influences are constantly changing. Right now we’ve been into 16-bit video game music and coffee,” Zuniga said. “We hope (the audience) sees why it’s important to stay in school and Jon’s shiny drum kit.” “Why there are not more free concerts on campuses is beyond us. The opportunities for the artists, student workers/promoters and the campus community as a whole are limitless.” Read the entire article here: http://www.dailytitan.com/2014/03/the-shade-performs-free-concert-on-campus-for-public/

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