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Pure Cane Sugar Recording Live Album Tonight

Every week in State College, students and community members are able to bounce between their favorite bars and restaurants to hear talented local musicians. Tonight, music lovers will have a chance to be heard in the crowd on Pure Cane Sugar’s live album, which is being recorded at the State Theatre.

That’s right, the band’s second album will feature the natural clapping and cheers from eager fans as they experience the group’s soothing mix of harmonies and passion for their craft.

PCS has been active in the State College music scene for about seven years and features Natalie Race on vocals; Kelly Twoey on vocals and guitar; Molly Countermine on vocals, percussion, and piano; Jason “Junior” Tutwiler on fiddle and guitar; and Daryl Branford on drums. Race, Twoey, and Countermine’s harmonies make up the “sugar” of the band while Tutwiler and Brandord bring in the “spice,” according to the band’s Facebook page.

As of Tuesday night, tickets were still available for the for the 8 p.m. show.

Tickets are $15 (plus a $3 ticketing fee) and can be purchased at the State Theatre box office in person, by phone (814-272-0606), or online

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Shawn Christ

I am a junior majoring in print journalism. I am American. I am a Lion.


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