If you talk to anyone in WTAMU’s Mass Communication department, they’ll tell you – we do cool things. We make cool things. We meet cool people. One of the exceptionally cool things we do is One Sessions. One Sessions is a biannual live, acoustic concert hosted in the Fine Arts Complex’s AT&T HD Studio.
The HD studio is transformed from a simple black room, to just about anything you can imagine. Students from across the department come together to choose the band/artist, design the set, and run the show. It’s recorded (all HD, of course) and then sent to post-production where students edit together a final product which wins national awards every year. The department has hosted the likes of Trent Monk, Natalie Schlabs, Zac Wilkerson, Deep Diver, and many more.
This semester, One Sessions will feature Mount Ivy – a self-identified Space Rock band from Amarillo, TX. A little edgy with a little bit of an indie feel, they’re a change of pace from last year’s artist, Tennessee Tuckness (who brought more of country/folksy vibe.) So mark your calendars for Thursday, November 19, because this is a show you won’t want to miss!