Last night at the Ground Zero cafe there were many talented campers who went on stage to perform for the Open Mic night. When I first walked into the venue, it had a cool vibe to it. The place had dimmed lights, comfy couches, bar stools, and big televisions. Everybody was sitting around relaxing and getting to know one another as it took a little while for the show to begin. The opening act was six faculty members of the Camp all playing different instruments. They played close to a seven -eight-minute set, and they sounded great, with both good rhythm and a strong beat. After their performance many different campers came up, one after another displaying their different talents.
There were two acts that I especially liked. One was a performance by a girl named Taylor Harvey, who is a singer/songwriter, and she sang a song she wrote called “Flutter." Her style was crazy cool and her vocal talent was on point. I really enjoyed her performance. The other act that I enjoyed was by fellow Music Journalism student Dertrick Winn and his band. Dertrick got on stage and rapped while his band played a nice melody behind him. He has some real impressive skills.