Butterscotch

Butterscotch

Butterscotch

Date: March 3, 2016

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World's First Female Beatboxing Champion

EVENT TIME
7:30 pm

EVENT LOCATION
The University Union Ballroom

ADMISSION
Free!!!

DESCRIPTION

Sacramento State’s The University Union UNIQUE Programs is pleased to announce a live performance concert featuring Butterscotch, the world’s first female beatboxing champion, on Thursday, March 3, 2016 starting at 7:30 pm in The University Union Ballroom. The event is free for Sac State students and the general public.

Butterscotch, the retro-futuristic, voice percussionist virtuosa, is forced to be reckoned with in today’s music scene. Being the world’s first female beatboxing champion, she has created a unique style. While she beatboxes, she sings and plays either guitar or piano, performing her own compositions and jazz standards.

Butterscotch is heavily influenced by Jazz, Classical, Hip Hop and R&B, ranging from Frederick Chopin to Billie Holiday to Stevie Wonder. She is truly a one women vocal symphony, performing either solo or fusing perfectly with her band.

Butterscotch now resides in LA and has finished her “Scotch Tapes” EPs to be released in 2016. When she is not touring the world, she gives back to the community by teaching beatbox workshops at various colleges, high schools and elementary schools and continues to live her dream of touching the world with her music.

Opening for Butterscotch is Century Got Bars, the only female nominee for the Sacramento News & Review’s music awards in the history of the “Outstanding Emcee” category.

This event is in support of Sacramento State’s Women’s HerStory Month.

 

 

All ages permitted. No alcohol sold or permitted at venue.

SPONSORED BY
UNIQUE Programs and The University Union in support of Women's HerStory Month.

ADDITIONAL LINKS
Facebook Event Invitation 
Campus Calendar

SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
Individuals needing reasonable accommodations must contact us within 5 business days of the event at UNIQUEPrograms@SacStateUNIQUE.com or (916) 278-3928.

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