Entertainment will be provided by Texas Tech alumna Lynda Kay Parker.
WHAT: On the eve of Texas Tech Day in Austin, Texas Tech University will host “Capitol Tech,” the first Centennial Celebration outside of Lubbock.
WHEN: 5:30 p.m. Tuesday (Feb. 28)
WHERE: Coppertank Event Center, 504 Trinity St. in Austin
EVENT: Red Raiders will gather just off the legendary Sixth Street for a celebratory evening of live music, food and fun. Entertainment will be provided by Texas Tech alumna Lynda Kay Parker with appearances by the Texas Tech Spirit Squads and the Masked Rider.
Gretsch singer-songwriter Lynda Kay was born and raised in Dallas and now lives in Los Angeles. Known for her classic songwriting and her diverse contralto voice, she has been compared to such exceptional talents as Patsy Cline, Karen Carpenter, Roy Orbison and Dusty Springfield. Her double album “Black & Gold” features 20 original and cover songs emblematic of her genre-crossing style, from early '60s mid-century jazz and Bacharach pop to classic country and Memphis soul. For more about Lynda Kay, read Issue No. 1 of Texas Tech's university magazine, Evermore.
CONTACT: Blayne Beal
Director of Centennial Coordination, Office of the President, Texas Tech University