Virtual Festival Created By MTSU Students Coming To Your Screen This April

Match Records, Virtual Festival, Couch Fest, comes to the comfort of your home for the first time for Middle Tennessee State University this April

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Tennsun -- Murfreesboro  ---Match Records has announced details of its first virtual experience concert-Couch Fest

Middle Tennessee State University will be hosting a virtual concert on April 15th, with a variety of MTSU student artist signed under Match Records or a part of AMP.

Headlining Couch Fest will be Chase Cimala, who recently performed at the opening of Chris Young Café at Middle Tennessee State University. Chase has worked with Grammy Winning producer and songwriter, Mitch Dane. He will also be appearing on your computer screen and/or television screen with acts such as Shelter Cove, Steady Rotation, and Adara Kay. All of the artists are current MTSU students.

Match Records Label Operations managers, Brittany Farrar and John Cantor with a diverse team of members of the record label have put together an event for all viewers to enjoy from the safety of your home.

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Match Records has put on this event to encourage our viewers to enjoy live music from the safety of your home without pushing big gatherings of festivals that we use to love.

There will be no tickets for sale, this will be a free event for the eyeballs of the viewers at MTSU and their families, Couch Fest will begin on April 15th, 2021. The link for the event will be shared and posted throughout all the music organizations of Middle Tennessee State University.

About Match Records

Match Records is a student-run record label focused on developing artists at MTSU. Upperclassmen Recording Industry students will work together with student artists to help distribute and promote their completed creative works. Match is a multi-genre label guiding students in an effort to teach real-life practices of the music industry.
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Grace Smith

Source: Match Records
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