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The Virginia Cavaliers represents the athletic programs and
intercollegiate teams of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia.
As a member of the NCAA's Division I, the university competes in the Atlantic Coast Conference and the Football Bowl Subdivision. Virginia's men's baseball program reached national prominence after the 2008-2009 season, when it won its first College World Series. Other men's and women's sports supported by the university include basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, field hockey and softball.
Corey Smith is a singer/songwriter and guitarist who grew up in Jefferson, a small town in Georgia. For much of his adolescence, Smith was discontent with his small town roots, admitting later that he often dreamed of leaving Jefferson. After one semester abroad, he found that his heart remained in Georgia and returned home to attend the University of West Georgia and then the University of Georgia, where his longtime girlfriend and now wife attended. During school, he developed a reputation for playing his guitar everywhere and anywhere, often spotted with the instrument at parties and bars. His debut album Undertones, released in 2003, features one of his most requested songs, "Twenty One." Smith gained a solid fan base with his alcohol and party-driven lyrics as well as his folk rock/country blues sound, a brand of music that he continued throughout his following albums including his 2011 effort, The Broken Record.
Jason Isbell is a singer/songwriter from Greenhill, Alabama who started his professional career as a member of the well-known rock band Drive-By Truckers before departing in 2007 to pursue solo efforts.Reared in a family with a strong interest in music, Isbell took to the guitar at an early age and proved himself an adept instrumentalist enough so to join Drive-By Truckers in 2001. Though Isbell's time in the band was amicable and beneficiary, he started to feet the trappings of group confines after a couple of years, which ultimately prompted his departure. With his solo material, Isbell opts to pursue a unique alternative country sound that's undoubted a direct refection of his upbringing near the musical mecca of Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Sensitive, melodic and whimsical, Staten Islandâ€™s Ingrid Michaelson has claimed a respectable amount of fame as one of the quintessential indie pop musicians of our time. Singer, pianist, guitarist and ukulele virtuoso, Michaelsonâ€™s music has been featured on a myriad of television shows, such as Scrubs, Greyâ€™s Anatomy, Bones, One Tree Hill and Ugly Betty. After collaborating with Joshua Radin, Sara Bareilles and Jason Mraz, Michaelson was able to headline her own tour and even once performed for President Obama after the release of her third studio album, Everybody. Though most of her lyrics present a tale of heartbreak, Michaelson utilizes the perfect blend of humor and harmony to lighten the mood.