September 22, 2004 | College of Staten Island
You’ve heard the noise, you’ve witnessed the commotion. Now it’s your chance to experience what people everywhere are talking about.
According to their Web site, “Recycled Percussion [offers] is the most energetic, heart pounding, chaotic performance on the market today. Recycled tools, recycled barrels, recycled basement garbage, building site leftovers and yo mamma’s pots and pans. We’re a group that makes music from trash. We build our instruments out of junk and then we rock the house!”
Wednesday, October 6
College of Staten Island, Center for the Arts
2800 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10314
Comprised of four men with drumsticks and power tools, Recycled Percussion assaults the stage with a rhythmic fashion described best as “pandemonium, musical mayhem.” Touring the country exclusively in the last two years, Recycled Percussion has played over 300 college shows in 45 states, has performed at half-time shows for both the NBA and NFL and has wowed audiences at casinos, theme parks, fairs and festivals alike.
Recently voted “Best Musical Performance of the Year” by Campus Activities magazine, Recycled Percussion is the full throttle. Put your tray tables in the locked and upright position, sit back, relax and prepare to be thoroughly funked by this spectacular trash orchestra.
The concert is free and open to the public. Tickets are available at the Center for the Arts box office. The performance is sponsored by the CSI Program Development Committee (PDC).