Former Springsteen Vocalist to Perform at NRCCBy Pam Linkous • Sep 23rd, 2009 • Category: Lead Story
Robbin Thompson, whose long career took off when Bruce Springsteen recruited him to sing with Steel Mill, Springsteen’s early band, will perform in Richardson Auditorium in Rooker Hall at New River on Thursday, October 8th from 1:30 to 2:30. Many students will recognize Thompson’s hits “Sweet Virginia Breeze,” “Brite Eyes,” and “Candy Apple Red.” He is also a prolific song writer who has written songs with Phil Vassar, Steve Bassett and Butch Taylor of the Dave Matthews Band. He is Vice-President and co-founder of “In Your Ear Music and Recording Corp.” and he is based in Richmond, Virginia.
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Editor of my high school newspaper back when papers were carved into stone tablets and delivered by oxen, I now spend my days unraveling the mysteries of Blackboard (like, you mean my instructor has my paper NOW...I just accidently pressed enter....oh noooooo) and trying to understand how textbooks today cost more than tuition did when I went to college the first time. Despite needing several more hours per day to get everything done (who do I e-mail, Facebook, blog about that?), I still love to write and am willing to take on assignments that do not require staying up past my bedtime.
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