By Michael Cotton, Currier Times Staff///
Saturday, April 23rd, WMLN’s annual Sync’d Up made its return during Curry College’s spring weekend. The music festival was full of great vibes and amazing music as various talents around campus formed groups or took the time to display their talent as solo artists.
Notable acts included Conor Harrington’s band “Indelego”, Mike Templeton’s band “Mike and the Templetons”, singer Tori Washington, and the band “The Cowboy Boys.”
Sync’d Up volunteer and performer, Val Geter (Communications major, 1st year), was excited to speak with Currier Times about their experience not only attending Sync’d Up, but performing there as well.
“I absolutely loved “Mike and the Templetons” because of their energy,” said Geter. “I also enjoyed my performance with John. We got to relax and unwind a little bit on a beautiful day, it was a great time and definitely worth going to.”
Attendee, Jacobi Bouchard (Politics & History major, Junior), also expressed to Currier Times that he had a wonderful time at the event.
“I attended Sync’d Up for about an hour, and during that time I was surprised to see how many talented students we have
here at Curry,” said Bouchard. “I also noticed that I saw over one hundred students and some parents show up which was quite impressive. It was definitely a blast.”
Criminal Justice major, Robert Smith, also stopped by the Student Center to check out Sync’d Up, and told Currier Times, “I had a lot of fun at Sync’d Up. The energy was high, and the students of WMLN knew how to put on a great show. I cannot wait to see what they provide for next year!”
Sync’d Up is one of the most anticipated annual events here at Curry College, and not only are students excited that they attended, but there’s also a craving for the next Sync’d Up. A special thank you goes out to WMLN (Curry College Radio) and Curry SEE!
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