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TROY alum wins Vocal Duo of the Year from Inspirational Country Music Association

Cori & Kelly took the stage at the legendary Grand Ole Opry to accept their award.

Cori & Kelly took the stage at the legendary Grand Ole Opry to accept their award.

Troy University graduate Kelly Efstathiou and her singing partner Cori Wood recently won the Inspirational Country Music Association Award for Vocal Duo/Duo Performance of the Year.

Efstathiou and Wood, who perform as Cori & Kelly, took the stage at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville on April 4 to accept the award.

“It was an…

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Ex-Spin Doctors guitarist praises Music Industry Program

Anthony Krizan speaks at Troy University's 2019 MIC Check Invitational.
 

Former Spin Doctors lead guitarist Anthony Krizan has performed around the world, opening for the Rolling Stones, writing hit songs with Lenny Kravitz and even playing songs on “Sesame Street.”

Even with all that experience, he walked away from Troy University’s MIC Check Invitational last week admiring the talents of TROY’s student musicians.

“I’m…

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Former Spin Doctors guitarist to work with TROY students

Anthony Krizan, who was lead guitarist for the Spin Doctors, will perform and teach during the Troy University MIC Check Invitational April 4-5.

Anthony Krizan, who was lead guitarist for the Spin Doctors, will perform and teach during the Troy University MIC Check Invitational April 4-5.

Songwriter, producer and former Spin Doctors lead guitarist Anthony Krizan is the special guest artist at Troy University’s MIC Check Invitational April 4 and 5.

Presented by the TROY Music Industry Program, MIC Check is an annual music and entertainment industry experience for high school and college students.

This year’s event takes place at the…

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TROY alum working with stars at Nashville Songwriters Association International

Leah Hudson, who graduated with a degree in anthropology and a minor in music industry, now works with a renowned songwriting organization.

Leah Hudson, who graduated with a degree in anthropology and a minor in music industry, now works with a renowned songwriting organization.

With four months still to go before graduation, Troy University student Leah Hudson found herself working for the biggest not-for-profit songwriting organization in the world.

It was quite a unique situation for a college student, particularly one majoring in anthropology.

Hudson’s unlikely journey began as an undergrad when she developed an interest in the cultural…

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