From the storied music scene of the Upper Midwest comes the cutting edge front porch Americana soundscapes of The Last Revel. This powerfully talented collective of songwriters from Minneapolis, Minnesota so naturally blends the genres of Folk, Old Time String-Band and Rock to create a sound that is as equally original as it is timeless. Drawing influence from their salt of the earth Midwest ethos the band’s songs are roots in the characteristic that has made that region the heartbeat of America.
The Last Revel utilizes their multi-instrumental abilities to bring the full spectrum of modern Americana to life with lush arraignments of three-part vocal harmonies, acoustic and electric guitars, upright bass, fiddle, and 5-string banjo to consistently support impassioned performances of their honest and heartfelt songwriting.
With their third full length album, Hazard & Fate, The Last Revel further demonstrates their ability to create rich and delicately textured recorded material with a modern “tip of the hat” to the storied history of American folk music.
The annual meeting hosts a suite of opportunities for attendees from technical sessions to socials. There are a variety of opportunities outside of the meeting program. Below is a list of special events offered at the annual meeting. Stay tuned to the message board at the meeting for even more opportunities.
Dr. Christina Hargiss will be putting on a free 2-hour NEPA training session for students attending the 2019 SRM Annual Meeting.
The training will take place Sunday, February 10th, from 7 pm to 9 pm. Dr. Hargiss will introduce students to the National Environmental Policy Act process and explain why knowledge of NEPA is essential for students who anticipate that they will be working in or with the federal government. At the end of the training, and if students have registered, a certificate of completion will be emailed to the student.
Who should register for this training? Most federal government jobs and firms working with the federal government will require knowledge of NEPA. Students who want to compete for these jobs should have some demonstrated training in NEPA, which this training will provide.
To register, email the phrase “NEPA training SRM 2019 Annual Meeting” to this email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Email addresses are needed so the completion certificates can be emailed with further training instructions. This training is free to all and is open to all.
Sunday, February 10th
Room: Salon B & C
Interested in attending as a recruiter? Contact Dan Fletcher email@example.com