It was a packed house Saturday night, as TFC’s open-mic-night made its first appearance of the year. The location was the on-campus coffee shop. The time was 7p.m., and the mood was one of eager anticipation for the night to come.
Open-mic-night happens once a month and is a time when TFC students come together and share their unique talents with each other. Similar to a vaudeville, or light theatrical entertainment, the event included a variation of worship songs, love songs, and rap songs.
One star of the evening was sophomore, Mike Laffey, who returned with his popular performance of “I want it that way” by the Backstreet Boys. Sophomore Nic Greenfield also performed an original number, while senior Anna Taylor sang a love ballot and freshman Katherine Borderud performed a rendition of the viral hit the “Bed Intruder” song.
All-in-all, open-mic-night was a wonderful experience, full of talented students, showcasing their various abilities.
Be sure to look for another open-mic-night coming next month.