Table Ten Will Come Home to Penn State
The members of State College band Table Ten have decided to come back to the place they got their start. They will play at Phyrst from 10 p.m. until closing every Tuesday night starting Sept. 7. Additionally, they will have a gig every Saturday night at 10 p.m. in the Rathskeller beginning Sept. 11.
Table Ten’s return to the happiest of valleys follows a lengthy summer tour in the Jersey Shore area and Maryland. The band originally found success back in 2008 during an open mike night at the Phyrst. At the time, all three members of Table Ten were PSU students. Now, Josh Corcoran (class of ’09, majoring in CAS), Jared Stillman (’09, supply chain business), and Antonio Parisi (’10, Geo-Biology) will get their chance to perform as alumni.
The band signed this past March with booking agency and band manager Media Five. Other bands besides Table Ten that Media five has discovered and managed include The Collective, Live, Fuel and Breaking Benjamin. Table Ten plans to keep touring during the fall, with the intent of releasing their first album of original music in the winter.
Support some local music by stopping by one of the bars to hear Table Ten. As a Penn State student, you’ll probably be out drinking on a Tuesday night anyway, so there’s really no excuse.
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