Goff, associate professor of music, said Drannon, Nicholas and Piazza often present music that blurs the lines between several genres
Dr. Brandon Goff, associate professor of music, hosted the event
and served as a guest electric guitarist for Ensemble Roar.
said the group often presents
The rapping of which Dukes spoke of is from "Saveuz Moi," a song composed by Goff
wrote the song during his
France at a time when a new French
president had been elected.
added that he
by how the French
reacted to politics in a way that much resembles the reactions of those from
the U.S."All of the text in 'Saveuz Moi' is actually from famous political quotes, so if you translated
it into English, it would sound a little weird," Goff
Drannon, who plays piano and keyboards for Ensemble Roar, said he
he was a professor at the University of Memphis.
was glad that people enjoyed the experience that Ensemble Roar provided.
was impressed by the performances of the three and the vocals provided by Reid were
said that those who enjoyed it are all welcome to come to the concert being
performed by the FMU Music Industry Ensemble on Nov. 21.