WATCH: KCPR’s Open Mic Night

If you missed the event, you can still watch KCPR’s Open Mic Night.

An a cappella Thanksgiving: That’s the Key rings in holiday season

“That’s the (Tur)Key”: delightfully cheesy and packed with talent from That’s the Key, Cal Poly’s newest a cappella group.

Rock and Riot: Local band Night Riots strums out at SLO Brew

The line started at SLO Brewing Co., trailed along Garden Street, wrapped around the corner and continued down Higuera Street.

Jason Mraz announces PAC performance

That’s right, Cal Poly. Jason Mraz “is yours.”

Shwayze to w(rap) up spring quarter with UU concert

Rapper Shwayze will get the University Union (UU) Plaza “Buzzin’” when he performs a free concert on Friday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

‘It’s about original music’ every week at Songwriters at Play

The female duo’s overlapping harmonies swirl through Bon Temps Creole Cafe, commingling with the steam piping off big, white bowls of gumbo.

Award-winning Russian National Orchestra to perform at PAC

Mustang Daily Staff Report The Russian National Orchestra, which has been described as “awe-inspiring” and “as close to perfect as humans can get,” will bring its super-human talent to the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center Saturday at 8 p.m.…

Jackson Browne to bring his hits to the PAC

Aryn Sanderson Veteran singer-songwriter Jackson Browne sings “The Pretender,” but with more than 40 years of experience, he sure isn’t one himself. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s 2013 Acoustic Tour hits the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center…

Take it SLO to bring holiday cheer to Cal Poly

Mustang Daily Staff Report Students looking to add a little holiday spirit to the end of their quarter will find plenty of good tidings and cheer at Cal Poly Take it SLO’s annual holiday a cappella concert this Sunday…

Bill Cosby coming to the PAC

One of the most popular comedians of all time, Bill Cosby, will be performing two shows at the PAC on September 26.

Poly to participate in historic theater event tonight

Cal Poly, and more than 100 other schools nationwide, will participate in a historic event tonight to commemorate the life of a young college student, Matthew Shepard, the victim of a hate crime.