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Sounds Like: The Starting Line, All Time Low, Jimmy Eat World
Once upon a time, there were four college kids kicking ass on weekdays and taking names on the weekend. Even with all of the ass kicking/name taking, there was still something missing from their life. This something was the ability to create music that arouses its listeners.
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“Three 35 minute-periods from Coachella played on the screens. In between the three periods, a local band, The Backup Plan, performed live acoustic music for the crowd. It performed original works, as well as covers of songs such as Taio Cruz’s “Dynamite” and Katy Perry’s “E.T.” The lead singer of The Backup Plan and a fourth-year in mechanical engineering, Jordan Dsouza, said MEISA did a really good job promoting the event. “For people to be out here this late at night on a Saturday night when a lot is going on, (and it’s also) Spring Quarter, and to have that place packed was awesome,” he said. “I think people not only enjoyed the music, but the setting. It was a very informal atmosphere.””