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World-renowned rock band Toto brought a booming crowd to Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center Saturday night for a stop on their “40th Trip Around the Sun” concert tour.
Toto formed in 1976 in Los Angeles. Each individual member has been featured on different albums, according to totoofficial.com. The band has sold more than 500,000 albums since the ’70s.
Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center was teleported back in time on Thursday night during a performance by The Doobie Brothers.
The Doobie Brothers’ guitarist Patrick Simmons has always been a part of the band since it was formed in 1970. He survived its break up in 1982 and continues to play with them today.
Shippensburg University’s concert choir and orchestra will come together to perform the oratorio, “Messiah,” by George Frideric Handel on Nov. 18, in the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
The Matisse Jazz Project visited Old Main Chapel last Monday to deliver a translation of Henri Matisse’s artwork into musical form.
School spirit is the heart of colleges and universities, and with programs like the marching band, Shippensburg University will never lose that school spirit.
Trumbore specializes in percussion instruments including drums and mallets (above).