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Two of Illinois' Lewis and Clark Community College musicians have formed an acoustic folk/pop that performed during Alton's Big Gig Local Music Show at the Alton Riverfront Amphitheater.

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Two of Illinois' Lewis and Clark Community College musicians have formed an acoustic folk/pop that performed during Alton's Big Gig Local Music Show at the Alton Riverfront Amphitheater. Audri & Aaron was formed in April by L&C vocal performance student Audri Lucasey, and L&C music education alumnus Aaron Kellim. Kellim is known in the area for his past work with bands like Bear Hug Jersey and One Lone Car. Lucasey, on vocals and violin, and Kellim, on vocals, guitar and piano, name artists like Norah Jones, Colbie Caillat, Celine Dion, Gin Blossoms, as musical influences. The two met in college through classes and their involvement in Lewis and Clark's vocal group, Limited Edition, The pair has already played a few small shows, but is hoping to break into the St. Louis music scene after their Big Gig performance.
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Title Annotation:around campus
Publication:Community College Week
Article Type:Sound recording review
Date:Aug 9, 2010
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