What do higher education and bar room blues have in common?
The Bronx River Rats, of course.
Fordham's unofficial faculty band will be back at it for their Fifth Anniversary of Dr. N's Rhythm Review on Saturday, April 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the McGinley Center Ballroom. The event is a fundraiser for the University’s Bronx African American History Project (BAAHP).
Who can resist coming out for an event that promises rock, rhythm & blues, and old soul favorites by actual Tenured Professors? This year there is even a dance contest.
You won't want to miss this:
So far, those faculty performing include Mark "Notorious Ph.D." Naison, Ph.D., professor of African and African-American studies, Paul "Dr. Blues" Cimbala, Ph.D., professor of history, Christophe “Daddy” Chalamet, Ph.D., associate professor of theology and Asif "Punk" Siddiqi, Ph.D., associate professor of history, but there are likely to be some other add-ons (perhaps even a dean, who knows?)
Fordham's student acappella group, the Satin Dolls, will open the set. For an idea of what you are in for, read a review here. Tickets are $10, $5 with student i.d., and all proceeds go to the BAAHP.
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