Arts & Entertainment




Campus Times
November 14, 2003


photo by Reina Santa Cruz

Playing traditional Calypso music, Panhead came to La Verne on Wednesday. Panhead also performed original compositions, including "Sinister Minister" and "Fall from Grace." This event was the third of four Music on the Quad concerts. Panhead will be coming once again on Dec. 8 to perform with the West African Drum Ensemble. Playing the guitar was John Ballinger, Walter Gershonon saxophone, Donald Barrett on drums, Joseph Peek on steal drums (steal pans) and Tracy Arrington on bass.


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Feedback: The latest made-for-tv perversions

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Movie Review: 'Stain' explores racial dogma

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