T2F open mic night, March 2014

Published March 8, 2014
Ali Nawaz performs and original number.
Ali Nawaz performs and original number.
Two participants perform a duet.
Two participants perform a duet.
KC Leftbank, the night's host performs.
KC Leftbank, the night's host performs.
Mushahid performs his original number "Mango Girl".
Mushahid performs his original number "Mango Girl".
Ali Nawaz(Left) backs up another participant on the guitar.
Ali Nawaz(Left) backs up another participant on the guitar.
A participant recites poetry.
A participant recites poetry.
Mushahid and Ali Huassan perform an original number together.
Mushahid and Ali Huassan perform an original number together.
Two participants perform covers of popular songs.
Two participants perform covers of popular songs.
A participant recites poetry.
A participant recites poetry.
Umar performs covers of popular songs.
Umar performs covers of popular songs.

As with every first Friday of the month, T2F hosted its first Friday open mic night on March 7, 2014. Participants performed covers of popular songs as well as some of their own original material, along with poetry recitals.

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