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UCM Fall Concert Features 3OH!3, Chevy Woods and Marcus Johnson

Contact: Mike Greife
WARRENSBURG, MO (Aug. 12, 2017) – The fall semester at the University of Central Missouri kicks off with a special event as Spotlight, UCM’s student programming organization, presents the annual Fall Concert for UCM students, faculty, staff, and surrounding community, at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, in the UCM Multipurpose Building.

The concert will feature performances by the electronic pop duo 3OH!3 and rapper Chevy Woods. As a special treat, jazz keyboardist and pianist Marcus Johnson will perform with the UCM Jazz Band.

Sean Foreman and Nat Motte make up the duo that created and performs as 3OH!3. Their loud, distorted electronic pop music isn’t about fame; it’s about something bigger than themselves and having fun with what they do. They were nominated for “Best New Artist” at the 2009 Video Music Awards, and have performed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and Last “Call with Carson Daly.”

Chevy Woods has risen to the top of the rap charts since he started performing professionally in 2003, mixing his own tapes. His partnership with rapper Wiz Khalifa formed the Taylor Gang in 2008. He has performed on more than 20 tours. His music tells the stories of his childhood through adulthood in his native Pittsburgh, Pa.

Marcus Johnson is the recipient of the NAACP Image Award for his influence in the world of jazz. The owner of his own music label, Three Keys Music, his self-taught style of piano performance has earned his acclaim among his peers. He is a graduate of Howard University and earned both MBA and law degrees from Georgetown University. His recordings have earned him the reputation as a leader in the forefront of modern jazz music who explores a jazz movement “for all the people.”

Tickets for the concert are available from the UCM Office of Student Activities, Elliott Union 217, during business hours. Admission is $10 for UCM students, faculty and staff; and $15 for the general public.