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All-prof band, The Oxymorons, plays Oct. 28

Two years ago, a band the likes of which had never been seen before debuted at Austin Peay.

Now, The Oxymorons–a group of APSU professors–will make its triumphant return with a pre-Homecoming concert from 7-10 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 28, at Java City, located in APSUs University Center.

The band features Dr. Tim Winters, associate professor of Greek and Latin, on drums, Dr. Mickey Wadia, professor of English, on keyboards, Dr. Stanley Yates, professor of music, on guitar, and bassist John Moseley, assistant professor of communication.
Two years ago, a band the likes of which had never been seen before debuted at Austin Peay.

Now, The Oxymorons—a group of APSU professors—will make its triumphant return with a pre-Homecoming concert from 7-10 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 28, at Java City, located in APSU's University Center.

The band features Dr. Tim Winters, associate professor of Greek and Latin, on drums, Dr. Mickey Wadia, professor of English, on keyboards, Dr. Stanley Yates, professor of music, on guitar, and bassist John Moseley, assistant professor of communication.

The Oxymorons (formerly known as The Impecunious Few) came together three years ago after a party at Winters' house. The band plays rockabilly music from the 50s, as well as dance music from the 60s and 70s.

“We expect that anyone who comes will be there to dance,” says Winters.

Admission is free.
¬—Rebecca Mackey