The State College bar scene staple has been back in the studio, with singles soon to come on Spotify in preparation for its second studio album.
It's been a go-to for cheap THON food for years. But can it be better?
It was the band's first time playing at THON, and while they admitted to being nervous, they didn't seem it.
The Penn State alum kept the energy popping in the BJC as the first big performer after the Pep Rally and Cash Cash's surprise concert.
Lowjack's unique vocals and signature fiddle kept things moving at the Bryce Jordan center Saturday morning.
The annual THON performer and Four Diamonds partner couldn't stay on stage for long, but he made the most of it.