I flashed back to those days when I heard that the group "Vocal Trash", which is based out of the Dallas/Fort Worth area in Texas, was coming to town. Cue the jokes now...
Vocal Trash performed a free concert in College Station as part of the Brazos Valley Earth Day celebration. According to the Vocal Trash website, they "make music in harmony with the environment by fusing world class singing, industrial-styel drumming, award-winning break-dancing and comedy antics into a unique and uplifting experience".
Though the Vocal Trash concert wasn't the best I've ever seen (both Tom and I were a little turned off by the fact that they clearly played filler music behind what they sang and played live), we were all entertained by their lively and engaging versions of popular covers. The kids enjoyed the group's made-from-garbage instruments, and Will LOVED the break-dancing.
|Water jug drums|
|Made-from-trash guitar #1|
|Made-from-trash guitar #2|
|Tom's always dreamed of playing a keytar|
|Breakdancing, round #1|
|Breakdancing, round #2|
Throughout the remainder of the year Vocal Trash will travel through and perform in Kansas, Iowa, Texas, Indiana, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, South Dakota, Georgia, Connecticut, and Minnesota; click here to find out if the group will be near you!
I did not receive compensation for writing this post and have no formal ties to or connections with Vocal Trash.