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Local Music Blog to Hold Fall Showcase

You know there is such a thing as a free, all-ages show? That’s why BAD Publicity invites you to come see all the State College music scene has to offer when local artists take the stage at our inaugural fall showcase.

The entertainment begins at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4 at the Abba Java Coffee House, 256 E. College Ave. The lineup includes acoustic acts The Had Knots and Chris-Topher, emcees The “U” and Malik LRB, and electronic duo Tawa & Atomisk.

All performers will present original sets, with some choosing to include a Beatles cover to provide a common thread to the night. Musical genres will also collide when BAD Publicity artists debut collaborations and mash-ups. These will be one-time-only performances local music lovers don’t want to miss.

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