Louisiana-born artist Marc Broussard is a singer/songwriter and musician who incorporates his Bayou roots into a soulful mix of blues, rock, pop and R&B. After spending time in the short-lived band Y, he began writing solo material and released his debut studio album Momentary Setback, in 2002. The record held his first hit, "The Wanderer," and captured the attention of Island Records, who released his sophomore album Carencro, in 2004. Broussard eventually signed with major label Atlantic Records and dropped his fourth studio albumKeep Coming Back, in 2008, followed by his self-titled 2011 LP.
The Tulane Green Wave represents the athletic programs and
intercollegiate teams of Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana.
As a member of the NCAA's Division I, the university competes in Conference USA and the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). Tulane sponsors a wide variety of men's and women's programs in sports such as baseball, basketball, football, volleyball, cross country, tennis, swimming and golf.
Eulaulah Donyll Hathaway is a singer/songwriter from Chicago who creates soul, R&B and jazz under the moniker Lalah Hathaway. A classically trained vocalist and the daughter of soul singer Donny Hathaway, she released her eponymous debut album in 1990 and quickly earned the nickname the First Daughter of Soul with the hit songs "Heaven Knows" and "Baby Don't Cry." She quickly responded with the follow-up LP A Moment, in 1994, and arguably her most renowned release, the 1999 studio album The Song Live On. Hathaway continues to craft her heart-wrenching songs on records including 2011's Where It All Begins.