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Published October 04, 2018
Folk-rock musicians Tie Hack and Timothy John, all from the Laramie area, will perform Thursday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. at the University of Wyoming.
The concert, which is free and open to the public, will be in The Gardens, located in the lower level of the Wyoming Union. StudioWYO sponsors the event.
Laramie-based Tie Hack will headline the performance. Tie Hack is a five-piece band that specializes in a country-folk sound with a twist of rock.
For more information about Tie Hack, visit www.facebook.com/TieHackBand/.
Solo singer John is known for his acoustic folk-rock songs. A Centennial resident, John has performed in various locations throughout Laramie, Centennial and Fort Collins, Colo. For more information about John, visit musicbytimothyjohn.com/.
StudioWYO, a student-run program sponsored by Associated Students Technical Services (ASTEC), fosters and supports regional music by creating a live-music experience featuring top-of-the-line audiovisual equipment staffed by professional student technicians. StudioWYO offers shows each week.