Meredith College will feature The Cab as the headliner of the College’s 2014 “Sizzlin’ September” concert on Friday, Sept. 5 in Meredith’s outdoor McIver Amphitheater. D.Veloped will open the show.
The show is the tenth annual “Sizzlin’ September” concert to be held at Meredith. The concert is sponsored by the Meredith College Campus Activities Board. Gates open at 7 p.m. for the show, which will begin at 8 p.m. Rain location is Dorton Arena on the NC State Fairgrounds.
The Cab was formed during high school by vocalist Alex DeLeon and bassist Cash Colligan. DeLeon and Colligan realized that they needed a full band to completely realize their musical vision. Drummer Alex Johnson brought a pop-punk and rock sensibility informed by bands like Blink-182 and The Bled. Combined with the duo's love for Justin Timberlake and Michael Jackson, this allowed The Cab to finally begin to take their music in an exciting new direction that would reconcile all of these eclectic influences. The Cab's lineup was completed with the addition of pianist Alex Marshall and guitarist Ian Crawford. The Cab’s debut disc impresses rockers and pop aficionados alike. “We have some songs that sound like Michael Jackson songs and some songs that sound like traditional pop rock songs with a little bit of soul, but overall the record has a lot of different styles to it,” says DeLeon.
D.VELOPED is a collaborative music project fueled by a pair of unconventional producers/djs. Together, the LA-based duo combines eclectic samples with original production to create a unique art form of their own. Since 2011, D.VELOPED has generated 6 Million plays each on Soundcloud and Spotify, with more than 300,000 downloads and over a million YouTube plays. With 7 genre-defying mixes reaching the top 5 on the Hype Machine popular chart, this multi-faceted collaboration has gained respect from some of the most unexpected music lovers. D.VELOPED has shared the stage with artists Adventure Club, Cherub, Mansions On The Moon, Shiny Toy Guns, We The Kings, & 3lau among others.
Day of the Show: All traffic should enter the Meredith campus from Hillsborough Street. Alcohol, coolers and outside food and drinks are prohibited at the show. Food and drinks will be available for sale at the concert.
Ticket Information: Each Meredith student can receive one free ticket. To pick up your free Meredith ticket, please bring your Meredith ID with you. Ticket distribution and sales will be in 202 Cate Center (Office of Student Leadership and Service) from Wednesday, August 27 through Friday, September 5 at 5 p.m. (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. office hours) Public tickets are $8. Tickets can be purchased in 202 Cate Center or online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-760-8338.
Phone: (919) 760-8087