"STRANGE CELEBRITY" CONCERT
ELECTRIFIES STUDENTS AT TROLLSTOCK
A crowd of more than 500
Trinity students flocked to the lawn outside the campus residence halls
Wednesday night, October 15, to take in the sights and sounds of Trollstock
group Sweet Home Alabama, making their first visit to Trollstock, and senior
Rudi Gesch (Cedar Grove, Wisconsin) primed the audience for the lively
tunes of Strange Celebrity. The headlining rock band is an up-and-coming
group who released their debut album Remedy in June.
was awesome this year," said Anne Stuttman, a junior from Holland, Michigan,
who coordinated the event. "Sweet Home Alabama really got the crowd moving.
Rudi sang a new song he wrote as well as an old fan favorite and got the
biggest response. The students thoroughly enjoyed Strange Celebrity, and
they were great people to work with. It all added up to a fantastic evening."
"The student talent was excellent,
and Strange Celebrity was terrific," said Jesse Veenstra, a freshman from
Toronto, Ontario. "Some of the seniors who were there said that this was
the best Trollstock they've attended. As good as this concert was, I hope
it gets better and better each year."
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