Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Jack Nicholson plays live show at UMD radio station



WMUC, the University of Maryland's campus radio station, aired live music Sunday, March 8, 2014 from their studio above the school's South Campus dining hall. The radio station hosts live bands from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. as part of their weekly Sunday show Third Rail Radio.





WMUC, the University of Maryland's campus radio station, aired live music Sunday, March 8, 2014 from their studio above the school's South Campus dining hall. The radio station hosts live bands from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. as part of their weekly Sunday show Third Rail Radio.




Jack Nicholson draws a small crowd of University of Maryland students in the graffiti-covered WMUC station room. Junior Economics major Charles Tam, left, says he enjoys the smaller music venue more than big concerts.






Teddy Vossler jams on the keyboard during Jack Nicholson's warm-up session. Vossler, an electrical engineering major at Montgomery College Rockville, also plays guitar and sings for the band.




Casey Minnick of Silver Spring, Maryland, preps his guitar for Jack Nicholson's show. The band faced some technical difficulties while setting up its instruments and microphones.


After overcoming issues with the sound equipment, the lights dimmed and Jack Nicholson kicked off the live radio show Sunday. As the first act to play Sunday the funk rock band played cover songs and original material.




Miles Tag of Washignton, D.C., takes a break before one of Jack Nicholson's songs. The pink-haired bass player stole the show with his colorful head bangs.





Vossler talks to the in-studio audience and radio listeners to introduce Jack Nicholson's next song. The band also advertised their new album, Jack Nicholson's Stereo Phunk Playground, throughout the show. 







Casey Minnick, clad in his Chicago Cubs jersey, plays lead guitar for Jack Nicholson. Minnick also announced and sang lead in most of the band's songs Sunday.





After the band's hour-long show, Jack Nicholson cemented their second time playing at WMUC. The band put its logo on one of the radio station's doors, advertising their shows in Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Richmond, Virginia.



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