Mac Miller performs for the college and local community,
playing several hit songs for those in attendence.
Miller opened his show with the popular crowd-starter “Party on Fifth Ave.” Miller sang “Missed Calls” before leaving stage and saying he was done for the evening. However, after persuasion from the crowd he returned to sing a few more songs, ultimately closing the night with his biggest hit, “Donald Trump.”
DJ Tonez (Michael Tonart), a 2012 graduate of Lycoming College,
took the stage for the opening performance.
Miller’s last album, “Blue Side Park,” was released in 2011. His new album “Watching Movies with the Sound Off” will be released in 2013. Miller played his first single, “Somebody Do Something” off of the new album.
One of the opening acts for Miller included California reggae band The Dirty Heads. The Dirty Heads opened to their hit “Dance All Night” and closed with their biggest single, “Lay Me Down”. Their newest album “Cabin By the Sea” was released in 2012.
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The Dirty Heads took the stage for the second opening act of the
night energizing the crowd before Mac Miller.
Other opening act was local DJ Tonez, who is a 2012 graduate of Lycoming College and a brother of Lambda Chi Alpha. He provided a crowd pumping mix of songs, including popular hits such as “Started From the Bottom” by Drake and the classic “I Love College” by Asher Roth.
Student Programs Director Larry Mannolini said that he thinks the concert went very well. “The touring acts felt that they were well taken care of and appreciated what we did for them as hosts,” Mannolini said. CAB once again proved that they can provide a great and safe concert experience for our students and the public.”