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Andrea Davidson To Play Noontime Show In HUB

The Student Programming Association’s Noontime Concert Series is one of those things that goes largely unnoticed on campus. The weekly concert series brings artists from Penn State and across the country to perform in the HUB’s Noontime Lounge every Friday at noon. Students grabbing lunch or finishing their homework for the week are treated to live music that reverberates through the first and ground floors of the HUB.

This week, the Noontime Concert Series brings soulful acoustic guitarist Andrea Davidson. Her style is distinctively non-generic, combining elements of soul, jazz, folk, and blues. The 24 year old Louisville, Kentucky local mixes loops of vocals, guitar, and percussion in live performances to create her unique sound.

You can see Andrea Davidson perform this Friday at noon on the first floor of the HUB. If you can’t make the show, you can check out some of her music here.

 

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Zack Rutstein

Penn State 5th-year Materials Science and Engineering student, Onward State Arts Editor, Musician

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