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Hungry for music? 

WAM JAMS is a new lunchtime concert series presented by the WAM Collective!  Join us Wednesday, April 19 from noon – 2 p.m. for stripped-down music sets from CREEPING CHARLIE and MAYYADDAGrab a coffee from the MISFIT coffee cart, enjoy a FREE LUNCH of bagels and muffins from Bruegger’s while supplies last, and set up camp at the coolest study spot on campus. Free and open to the public.

About the bands

Four musicians, three holding guitars, sit on a couch in a green room. Having debuted in Minneapolis in the midst of COVID, Creeping Charlie have been building up their take off from the release of their first full length album How To Kill Creeping Charlie last year, playing with and opening for star local bands to residencies at Amsterdam Bar & Hall. Making music for “cool older sisters” from soft ballads to punk rock, be ready to cry and get pulled into raging mosh pits at their shows. 



A woman with white-blond short curly hair and medium tan skin looks, unsmiling, at the cameraMayyadda is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer from Minneapolis who aspires to use her music to make people slow down, find themselves in another perspective, and feel their way towards individual and collective healing. With an eclectic mix of neo-soul vocals, folksy guitar, pop-style piano with trap beats sprinkled in for flavor, she likes to refer to her genre as, “BlackGirlMagic.” She has been active as a recording artist since 2015, releasing four projects since then: most recently, TRY&REMEMBER, a sonic journey thru the risks one takes on their way to healing, which she released in October 2021.


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This event is presented by the WAM Collective and supported through Student Service Fees.