Hip hop means more than you think.
Five years ago, an a cappella group called That’s the Key began as a group of singers who didn’t make the cut for the better-known Take it SLO.
Sometimes a clever Amazon review can have more literary merit than a widely read novel that sold more than 450 million copies.
The bench you’re sitting on could have been a senior project. That sculpture you admire could have been a professor’s creation.
The idea occurred to Zacks while visiting Europe’s vertical gardens, and upon his return to the United States, he started building prototypes in his parents’ backyard.
“I basically had this idea to create a center hub for the musical community in San Luis Obispo where people can pay a reasonable amount, really get to know all of the recording tools and finally, make and release art.”
Those who want to celebrate Miller’s memory can attend a memorial being on Jan. 10 and 1 p.m. at Cal Poly in the Business Rotunda (Building 3, Room 213).
“That’s the (Tur)Key”: delightfully cheesy and packed with talent from That’s the Key, Cal Poly’s newest a cappella group.