C.A.P.E. to Host Theory of a Deadman Concert at SNHU

Thursday, April 08, 2010
SNHU Communications Office

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Gregg Mazzola
Director of Communications
Southern New Hampshire University
603.314.1461
g.mazzola@snhu.edu

Theory of a Deadman to Hold Concert at SNHU

Manchester, N.H. (April 8, 2010) Theory of a Deadman will perform at Southern New Hampshire University’s Fieldhouse on Sunday, April 18, at 8 p.m.  Doors will open at 7 p.m.

Tickets are on sale at http://www.snhutickets.com/ and the SNHU Student Center Information Booth.  Admission for SNHU students is $15; for SNHU faculty and staff, $20; for the general public $25. Limit six tickets per person.

The Vancouver trio broke through in 2002 with the release of its self-entitled debut album.  The album was followed up with Gasoline, which was released in 2005.

Theory of a Deadman’s third album, Scars and Souvenirs, is the polished and passionate testament to seven years of hard work, heavy touring and diligent attention to its craft. From the swirling grind of "By the Way" to the nasty snarl of "Crutch" to the soaring melodicism of "Not Meant to Be" and "Wait For Me," Scars And Souvenirs is a broad-reaching endeavor that puts front man, Tyler Connolly, guitarist Dave Brenner and bassist Dean Back high in the rock pantheon, achieving creative growth without sacrificing the hard-hitting power that got them here in the first place.

This event is sponsored by the Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events. C.A.P.E. is Southern New Hampshire University’s student-run organization responsible for planning both on-campus and off-campus events for students.  All proceeds will go towards the Student Government Association and student organizations. Contact the C.A.P.E. office at 603.645.9716 or cape@snhu.edu for more information.

 

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