Randi Driscoll is an award winning singer-songwriter whose original music, voice and stage performances have earned her the accolades Campus Activities Magazine's, Female Performer of the Year, Song of the Year AAA winner, Nashville's Top Writer, Series III Winner, and Femme Music.com's artist of the year. Randi's music has been featured in television, movies and a commercial directed by Spike Lee, in which she also appeared. What Matters, Randi's anti-hate ballad, is a benefit single for the Matthew Shepard Foundation; the song has been featured in several films and stage productions of the Laramie Project and the choral version of the song has been performed at NYC Carnegie Hall, Disney Concert Hall and Place des Arts, Montreal, Canada. Randi's original music has often supported social justice causes and charities close to her heart. Randi treasures any time she is able to build community through song, story and verse.
|Fri 12:00pm - 12:45pm||Randi Driscoll [Music]||Commons|
|Fri 7:20pm - 7:50pm||Randi Driscoll [Music]||Commons|