Rock Album’s Roots Lead to Tri-C
Cleveland band’s debut recording reflects lessons learned at College
The Cleveland band Biitchseat keeps a busy schedule playing local music venues. If you miss a performance, though, you’ll still be able to rock out to the band through an album built off lessons learned at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®).
Two band members — guitarist Talor Smith and drummer Evan Searls — produced Biitchseat’s debut recording using skills fine-tuned in Tri-C’s Recording Arts and Technology (RAT) program.
A cleveland.com story announcing the album release highlighted the Tri-C connection. Smith and Searls attended the College and took courses in the RAT program at the Gill and Tommy LiPuma Center for Creative Arts at Metropolitan Campus in Cleveland.
An album release show for the band’s six-song self-titled project will take place April 20 at the Happy Dog in Cleveland. Biitchseat features Smith, Searls, guitarist Kristin Schmit and bassist Connor Hunt.
April 19, 2018
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