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POSTPONED: Ranky Tanky getting 'In the Mix' at the College on March 23

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[image-1]Update: Becuase of the COVID-19 outbreak, this event will be postponed until further noticed, according to the College of Charleston.

Gullah band Ranky Tanky is coming back home to Charleston to sit down with the public on March 23 at Simons Center Recital Hall on the campus at College of Charleston at 6:30 p.m. The group will discuss their 2020 Grammy win for their album Good Time, touring, and their original music as a part of the College’s In the Mix series.

A reception with the quintet will follow at the Hill Exhibition Gallery, courtesy of the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture.

In the Mix is a speaker series that connects musicians and students to music industry leaders. Quentin Baxter, drummer for Ranky Tanky, will host the event.

A limited number of free tickets are available online.

Posted inFeedback File, Music+Clubs

POSTPONED: Ranky Tanky getting ‘In the Mix’ at the College on March 23

[image-1]Update: Becuase of the COVID-19 outbreak, this event will be postponed until further noticed, according to the College of Charleston.

Gullah band Ranky Tanky is coming back home to Charleston to sit down with the public on March 23 at Simons Center Recital Hall on the campus at College of Charleston at 6:30 p.m. The group will discuss their 2020 Grammy win for their album Good Time, touring, and their original music as a part of the College’s In the Mix series.

A reception with the quintet will follow at the Hill Exhibition Gallery, courtesy of the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture.

In the Mix is a speaker series that connects musicians and students to music industry leaders. Quentin Baxter, drummer for Ranky Tanky, will host the event.

A limited number of free tickets are available online.