Freeway’s 90s grunge influence: Columbia taps into cool concert fashion trends through the ages


By Grace Butler, AC Flora HS (Columbia, South Carolina)

Freeway Music Comparison

unnamed.png The bands performing at the concert.

On Friday, June 16 at Tin Roof, a Freeway Music School sponsored showcase featuring mostly teenagers and their small bands performed their work for an older audience, and everyone, from the bands to the spectators to the bartenders took fashion notes from the ages.

Tony Lee, a local business owner and avid drum player, created Freeway Music company in 2011. He claims that nothing else matters when performing.

At Freeway Music School he hopes the students gain positive habits. Many of the performers played their hearts out to rock and roll and top hits, which surprised and delighted viewers because of their young age and talent.

As for fashion, audiences could note cool trends that have developed over the past 47 years. The fashion ranged from band tees, chokers, flannels, distressed…

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