C.Dupe is based out Atlanta who aspires to use his music to inspire others through the experiences he has been through and using transparent approach to delivere his positive message. His aim is to share his faith through his music and uplift others while sharing his story. He began recording music in 2012 and has performed at RAWAtlanta, Apache Cafe, the 2015 KSU Fashion Show and KSU Relay for Life. He is working on his debut project Welcome To Duperville, expected to release this spring.
The group was formulated in 2015 of September. The instruments used in the band includes but are not limited to violins, mandolins, baritone ukulele, djembe, electronic, etc.. The group first met in Kennesaw State University and was friends before the band was created. Each band member brought a different genre such as classical, Latin, West African, and Persian. All these genre are incorporated into our music to formulate an orgy of sound. We provide a cultural and exotic sound to broaden people’s experience not only in music but in life. We hope to inspire others through our music to learn, love, and travel.
Anthony Newman '18 (Bottom Left) Muhammad Askari '18 (Top Right) Justin Rawlings '19 (Top Left) Kynan Clymore '19 (Bottom Right)
Shawn Allison - Magician
Shawn has been doing magic for about 10 years now and he loves being able to give people the unique experience of the impossible. He says that the best magic trick is one that can change someone's perspective on life for the better. When performing magic, Shawn says that his goal is not to fool people, but it’s to bring people back to the childhood state of wonder and happiness, even if it’s just for a moment.
Kennesaw. Improv. Society. Stupid! (K.I.S.S)
Performance Title: Buckle up TEDx.
Description: No blood, no foul. Sidesplitting, surprising, and sometimes, absolutely silly. Keep your hands inside the ride, folks. Buckle up.
Bio: Improv Dangerously is the mantra of the organization, popularly known as “Kennesaw Improv Society, Stupid!” or “K.I.S.S.”. No blood, no foul. Sidesplitting, surprising, and sometimes, absolutely silly. Keep your hands inside the ride, folks. Buckle up.
Left to Right: Tad Cameron '17, Nathan Brosy '18, Kimberly Van Laningham '17, Matt Siano '17.