Singer-songwriter Tyrone Wells will return to the Geneva College campus on March 18 in support of his new album, Metal & Wood.
The concert will begin at 8 p.m. in the John White Chapel in Geneva’s Old Main building. The doors open at 7:30 p.m., and tickets will be sold at the door for $15. Admission is free for Geneva College students who present a Geneva College I.D. card.
Wells, a native of Spokane, Washington, has had music featured on American Idol, the CW’s Vampire Diaries and One Tree Hill, and ABC’s hit-series Grey’s Anatomy, among other TV shows and movies. His new album Metal & Wood, a collection of acoustic songs, was released March 2. Additional tour dates, location and information can be found at www.tyronewells.com.
Opening for Wells are special guests Tony Lucca and Roy Jay.
Tony Lucca just released his newest album Come Around Again. His musical styles span across various genres including rock, jazz and pop. He’s performed with various notable artists including Jason Mraz, Joss Stone and Marc Anthony. More information about Lucca can be found at www.tonylucca.com
Roy Jay loved music when he was growing up, but abandoned his dream to become a successful businessman. Twenty years later, he picked up his guitar again. His newest album, Lucky Guy, is now available on iTunes. Check out Jay at his website www.royjaymusic.com.
Wells performed at Geneva College last spring with openers Keaton Simons and Joy Ike.
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