Louisville singer/songwriter and WKU Music Alumni, Tyrone Cotton entertained an appreciative audience with his lyrical prowess and relaxed guitar style.
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Wish I could have been there to hear him play as he’s a very talented singer/songwriter!
It must be a very talented alumni musician!
i found a song by him on website where you can download free music
This guy is great, I heard about him online a while back. I’m already a fan!
it’s really sad to see such a good songwriter and singer in front of only a couple of people. hope there were many more people in the back of the camera.
Does he have a website we can see?
He’s must be a very talented musician.
he makes great music
Off course, they seems to be good with their talent and has passion to go beyond
I’d like to hear the music. How can I get it?
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Do you have a video of Tyrone playing? Or at least an mp3?
My friend watched him perform live, not sure if it was at java city, and said he is really talented.
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More information about him: http://www.tyronecotton.com/
I really love his music.
I wonder what relaxed guitar means?
I’m a HUGE Tyrone Cotton fan! This guy plays the blues like no one else. I’ve seen him live before and he had the crowd dancing up a storm. You can hear some of his stuff at his site: http://www.tyronecotton.com/music.htm
Thank you for writing about him!
Tyrone Cotton puts on a great show plays such soothing music love it
Western Kentucky University (WKU) is a public university in Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA. It was formally founded by the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1906, though its roots reach back a quarter-century earlier.
A statue of Dr. Henry Hardin Cherry, WKU’s founder, stands at the top of The Hill, in front of Cherry Hall.
WKU has a student body of nearly 21,000 students. Its main campus, College Heights, is in the midst of hundreds of millions of dollars worth of construction and renovation. Since 1997, dormitories have been renovated, new academic and athletic buildings have been finished, with more construction under way. The university also has placed a premium on creating a parklike atmosphere, with parking lots on the interior of the 200-acre (0.81 km2) campus replaced with greenspace, trees and other landscaping known as Centennial Mall.
WKU sits atop the highest point in south-central Kentucky, a hill called College Heights with a commanding view of the Barren River valley. The campus flows from the top of College Heights, also known as The Hill, down its north, south and west faces.
The university’s mottos are “The Spirit Makes the Master” and “Life, More Life!”—both phrases coined by WKU’s founder, Dr. Henry Hardin Cherry.
WKU is in the midst of its second major capital campaign, the $200 million New Century of Spirit, which ends in 2012. It follows the university’s first campaign, Investing in the Spirit, which had a goal of $75 million but raised more than $100 million.
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Besides the main campus at College Heights, WKU operates a satellite campus in Bowling Green and regional campuses in Glasgow, Elizabethtown/Fort Knox and in Owensboro.
Tyrone Cotton plays very well.
Awesome pics ! thanks !
My favorite by Tyrone Cotton is “Naomi”..I just love that song (you can find it on youtube). “Now I’m looking for a way out..” Powerful lyrics !
Must be at nice and relaxing performance.
Is very interesting that WKU help their students to become popular with this kind of posts.
I wan tot study there. I love music and I want to play guitar better.
Tyrone Cotton plays very well the guitar. Is a great musician.
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