Phil Romansky
Staff Writer

Here’s the clothesline, thanks to Freelance Band Photographer and entertainment Public Relations Specialist Jake McClellan, two rad and tattered Berkeley based bands promise to spruce up Millersville’s Clair Auditorium on Feb 17 at 8pm.

Many ACMO events are paid for by donation. (Photo courtesy of Jake McClellan)
Many ACMO events are paid for by donation. (Photo courtesy of Jake McClellan)

With a dash of post-rock & and a sprinkle of indie-folk Mother Moses and Ellen Siberian Tiger are helping to bust–a-moby and raise some killer kale in support the members of ACMO. Admission is by donation. If two up and coming bands is not enough to please your wild child, at the top of the evening the cast from ACMO’s The Wedding Singer will perform two numbers from their newest production! It’s sure to be a decked out evening, filled with great music and colorful characters alike. “ACMO is more than just a musical organization,” remarked McClellan. “It’s a medium for building a stronger representation of music on campus.”

McClellan is childhood friends with the members of Mother Moses. Now on their “Van Morrison Tour,” publicizing the release of their second album, “From the Ground.” Hopefully the revenue generated by this event will help ACMO in their other upcoming productions. Until then, Millersville patiently awaits for their next big showstopper, Chad Beguelin and
Tim Herlihy’s The Wedding Singer.

For more information about this and other ACMO events contact: Jake McClellan
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