Do It Tonight: Poor Remy @ The Horn

You know how when seniors graduate, it feels a little bit like they’re dead? WELL DON’T WORRY BECAUSE KENYON IS NOW FUH-LOODED WITH ZOMBIES.

Not real ones. I mean the seniors that you feel like died. Like they came back to life. Only instead of wanting brains, they want to jam. Harrrd. Keep up.

Come watch Poor Remy, a trio of some of Kenyon’s fav alumni, make you feel like the wide eyed, bushy tailed (first-year? sophomore? junior? bunny?) you were last year!

  • What: Poor Remy
  • When: April 5th, TODAY, Doors at 9:30
  • Where: Horn Gallery

Thrill Session: Poor Remy

Thrill Sessions are back this week with Poor Remy!  As usual, staff writer Dan Rasch has contributed a short essay on this week’s session. Also, this session is the first to showcase the skills of our new cameraman and video editor Jake Wayler ’13.

Good folk of Kenyon College, rejoice! – Poor Remy has graced us with a Thrill Session.

Andrew D’Amico, Kenneth Polyak, and Adrian Galvin have spent the past year or so honing a sound both melancholy and uplifting, crafting a bright-eyed brand of pop that remains firmly rooted in the sounds of American folk music.  And they’ve taken that sound to one of the coolest places (and richest acoustics) on campus – the Church of the Holy Spirit.  And we brought you a camera and some sound equipment so you wouldn’t miss out.

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