BRIEF: Our Lady Peace visits GW

Our Lady Peace and American Hi-Fi will perform at Lisner Auditorium May 2, the Program Board announced Wednesday.

Our Lady Peace formed at the University of Toronto in 1992. With a jazz drummer and a guitarist who grew up in the English-punk era, the band has an eclectic rock sound. Its 1994 debut album, Naveed, featured the hit song “Starseed.” The 1997 album Clumsy featured the title track “Clumsy,” and singles “4 a.m.,” and “Superman’s Dead.” The band released Happiness . Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch in 1999 and is now touring to promote its new album Spiritual Machines.

American Hi-Fi, a pop-rock band from Boston, features drummer Stacy Jones, formerly of Veruca Salt and Letters to Cleo. The band released its self-titled album in February, featuring the single “Flavor of the Week.”

Tickets are $5 and go on sale Friday at the Marvin Center TicketMaster for the PB- and Student Activities Center-sponsored event. Students need a GWorld card to purchase tickets and may only buy up to four tickets per GWorld.

-Katie Warchut

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