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Every spring, Angelo State comes together as a whole to provide a few days of events to celebrate another great year on campus. In its third year, Springfest is always centered around food, games, concerts, and fun for all!

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Club Cafe Springfest Kick-Off

Tomorrow’s comedy stars, brought straight to you!

Angelo Serves

Community Service Programs has designed the Angelo Serves Series to be a great way for students to get involved. The first event in the series is during Spring Fest. The second event occurs during Rambunctious Weekend. The final event will occur towards the end of the fall semester. This series is programmed for all ASU students to volunteer and meet new people. This is an amazing opportunity for students of all ages to connect with our local community organizations such as Concho Valley Paws, Nature Center, Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue, and many more. All events will meet in the afternoon at the ASU Pavilion for check in and the first hundred to show up ready to make a difference receive a free t-shirt. This series is a great way for every one from sporting teams to on-campus organizations, or if one is simply looking to make a difference. After all, it only takes one to make a difference. 

Lambda Chi Alpha Crawfish Boil

The 6th Annual LXA Crawfish Boil will start at 5p in front of the Caf!

UCPC: Sunset Concert

UCPC Concert Committee is proud to present Hudson Moore with Special Guest Cas Haley!

Occasionally, blessings come disguised as roadblocks. “Sometimes it’s hard to see the lesson in the suffering. I pray for grace to guide me,” Cas Haley sings on “Hold Up My Heart,” a track from his new album,
More Music More Family.
From the outside, the soulful musician looks like he has it all: A loving young family, a wonderful home near Paris, Texas, where he grew up, and a career on the rise. He’s shared stages with UB40, Allen Stone, G. Love, Ziggy Marley, and Easy Star All-Stars, among others, and has performed at events such as Hangout Music Festival, California Roots Music and Arts Festival, Reggae on the River, and Mighty Sounds in the Czech Republic. But a freak accident — a fall while skiing at a festival in the Midwest — left Haley unable to sing. During eight months of treatment, he had plenty of time to think about what the injury meant to his future. The idea for More Music More Family came from reflecting on how to pursue his career more holistically.
“To be alone is an unnatural thing / even when you’re spreading good vibes with the songs you love to sing,” the musician reveals on the title track of his album. Spending months at a time on the road, he was missing his children as they grew up: “In pursuit of this dream, I was creating tension,” he says.
Haley channeled that turmoil into an album’s worth of material. More Music More Family, which will be released through Jimmy Buffett’s label, Mailboat Records, deals with realizing purpose, strength and values. Crowdfunded through a Pledge Music campaign and recorded over a month at Steelgrass Farm in Kauai, Hawaii, the making of the record was as much about the healing process as the creative process. For starters, Haley points out, Hawaii is paradise. If you’re having issues in paradise, they suddenly become very clear.
Those challenges — and the overcoming of them — are felt on
More Music More Family, but songs like the blues-tinged and funky “I Got You” and the danceable, kinetic “Spirit Being” address the universality of life lessons with positivity, uplifting melodies and Haley’s heartfelt vocal style. “Big Hope,” a track whose reggae-flavored intro gives way to energetic hip-hop beats, features Freewill (Luminaries) and Drew Misik (New Reb). Singer/songwriter Trevor Hall guests
on “Hold Up My Heart,” up-and-coming Hawaiian artist Mike Love lends an Aloha spirit to the second verse of the title track, and Andrew Terrett, aka Tubby Love, is featured on “Whole.”
Tubby Love co-produced More Music More Family, co-writing about 90 percent of the songs with Haley. Their different writing styles — Haley uses a lot of artistic license and relies on emotion and delivery to tell the story; Tubby Love aims for clarity of message and precise lyrics —
melded to powerful effect. The album borrows the best of Haley’s previous efforts. Connection, from 2010, was recorded in a controlled studio setting while 2012’s La Si Dah was captured in full takes with no overdubs. On More Music More Family, Haley and his team wanted to bridge those two worlds, capturing an organic feeling along with a high fidelity.
While the album nods frequently to reggae sounds and textures, Haley — who grew up with musician parents and their extensive record collection — doesn’t consider himself a reggae artist. His omnivorous listening habits and involvement in the skateboard culture of the early ’90s led him to the ska artists who influence him to this day. But More Music More Family is eclectic: “Man Inside” weaves introspective and honest lyrics through shimmying rhythms and a low-key refrain. Instrumental track “Ryan’s Prayer” is a cool swirl of melody and propulsive beat, and “Before It’s Too Late,” soul-tinged and syncopated, builds a platform from which Haley’s vocal can soar. The gospel break down in that song’s last minute raises the energy even higher with its celebratory stomps, claps and huge-hearted magnetism.
Now recovered and back to making music, Haley’s new approach incorporates his family into shorter tours. He’s also making sure the places he plays are aligned with his family-friendly approach. “I’m trying to make everything more in line with the message so that I can be received in the way that makes the best impact,” he says
That message has everything to do with the importance of the unit, which includes blood relatives as well as close friends. Even as people pursue their dreams and careers, Haley hopes they won’t lose sight of togetherness. “Slow down and be aware of the blessing of family,” he says.“That’s where the light comes from.”
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You don’t top a chart by accident, certainly not in Texas – you top a chart through hard work and talent. Thanks to an abundance of both, that’s what Hudson Moore did; topping the Texas chart in December of 2012 with his debut single.  Written and co-produced by Hudson, the aptly titled ‘Fireworks’ not only rocketed all the way to the top spot… it stayed there for two weeks.

It’s been a fun ride for the 25-year-old Ft. Worth native.  Since starting as a teenager, Moore has played the famed stages of Texas and Oklahoma, from Billy Bob’s Texas and Gruene Hall, to the Austin City Limits Festival and South By Southwest (SXSW).  Hudson’s self-penned songs are firmly rooted in country, though they’re equally influenced by rock and pop. Further, his fiery blues-inspired lead guitar work adds an additional dash of Texas grit to that genre-crossing blend of styles.

In addition to rocking clubs on his own, Hudson has been a busy show opener, warming up crowds for legends like ZZ Top, Alan Jackson, Jerry Jeff Walker and Michael Martin Murphy, as well as other heavyweights like Pat Green, Josh Abbott, Chris Young, Kevin Fowler, Stoney LaRue, Reckless Kelly, and dozens more.  2013 will see Hudson expand his fan base even further as he books more headlining dates and continues to open shows for mainstream artists, including Multi-Platinum ® superstars Rascal Flatts and Trace Adkins.

Hudson’s accolades in the press match his successes on the airwaves and the stage: The Country Music Association named him to the “Who’s New To Watch” list for 2013 in the CMA Close Up magazine.  That honor comes on top of recognition from Country Line magazine, who dubbed him “Artist Of The Month” in November of 2012, and from CMT, who named him one of the “Top 10 Bands To Watch” at the SXSW Music Festival in 2011.

So far Hudson Moore’s music has not only been a hit on Texas radio, in print, and in the clubs, it’s also made the leap to the silver screen. In 2012, he was commissioned to score an original song for the movie Sweetwater, starring one of country music’s hottest stars, Jason Aldean.  The song, co-written with songwriter and producer Wally Wilson, “The Cold Gray Light Of Dawn” lit up cinema speakers to the delight of thousands when the film premiered at the world-renowned Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.  Sweetwater isn’t Hudson’s only place in the movies, either: His song “Make It Through” is slated for use in an upcoming Hallmark children’s movie, set to be distributed this spring to major retailers nationwide.

Few artists that rise from the Texas dirt are able to straddle that line, to be both contemporary enough to appeal to Nashville country fans and yet still accepted and respected by their Texas and Oklahoma peers. Hudson Moore is one such artist. “I don’t see myself restricted to Texas and Oklahoma.  That’s where I come from and I have tons of that in my blood, but I have a lot of Nashville influences, as well as some from artists in other genres and even from the UK.  I want to take my music as far as it can possibly go.”

One way that Hudson plans on taking his music further is by giving it away.  He explains: “We recorded a bunch of new tunes in the same session where we cut ‘Fireworks.’ We have about ten new tracks, and the plan is to release an EP and give it away for free. I’m really excited about it, and I think people will dig it.“

“I want to grow my audience – that’s it,” says Hudson.  “I want to gain more fans and have the adventure of being able to tour and bring my music to people.  That’s part of the fun: making new fans, making people happy with your music and watching them have fun at the shows.”

The future is bright for this tireless young artist. In Hudson’s eyes, every day is just one more chance to write another song, hop on another stage, and change another stranger into a fan.
It’s only been 3 years since Hudson Moore burst onto the scene.  And if you thought those three years were action-packed, just wait until you see what’s next.

UREC: Annual Rock Climbing Competition (ARCC)

Join Outdoor Adventures in hosting the fifth Annual Rock Climbing Competition (ARCC). Competitors of all skill levels are welcome.

Visit the UREC Page Here for more info.

Schedule of Events

Wednesday, March 30th

Club Cafe hosted by UCPC
7:30p, UC C.J. Davidson Conference Center

Thursday, March 31st

Angelo Serves hosted by Community Service Programs
Check-in begins @ 1:30p,      ASU Pavilion

Friday, April 1st

LXA Crawfish Boil & Concert

Dinner @ 5:00pm, Outside the Caf

Concert @ 7:00pm, ASU Pavilion

Saturday, April 2nd

Check-in @ 10:00a, Ben Kelly CHP

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The Center for Student Involvement

The University Center Program Council

Community Service

Lambda Chi Alpha

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