Baby Mountain concert benefits Wounded Warrior Project

Join the DSU College of Arts and Sciences and the Madison Area Arts Council for a live acoustic concert featuring Tim Lowly and Karima Walker as Baby Mountain on Sunday, November 10, at 7:30pm in the TCB Auditorium at Dakota State University. Nathan Edwards, DSU professor, will also be performing with all proceeds from the concert going to the Wounded Warrior Project. The concert is free, with a suggested donation of $5.Baby Mountain

About Baby Mountain:  Baby Mountain is a Tim Lowly project that crystallized into a band when Lowly and Karima Walker toured the east coast in 2001. Since that time Baby Mountain has performed as a duo or trio producing an eclectic, ethereal sound all their own. Their original songs are described as soulful and whimsical with the occasional odd cover throw in. This tour marks the return of Walker to the U.S. after spending a year and half in JeJu Do, South Korea.

About Nathan Edwards: Nathan Edwards is a professor of Audio Production at Dakota State. As an electronic musician, he has composed a number of works that have been presented at conferences across the country. Edwards is also an acoustic songwriter and performer, having recently released an album of early Americana songs titled, The Music of Steven Foster. 

About Wounded Warrior Project: Established in 2003, the Wounded Warrior Project raises awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members. They help injured servicemen and women aid and assist each other and provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.

Contact: Nathan Edwards at nathan.edwards@dsu.edu or 605-256-5719.

Last Updated: 10/31/13