Event

Senator Theatre
517 Main Street, Chico, CA
Fri March 15, 2019 9:00 pm PDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
JMax Productions

The Final Mike Stud Tour ft. TJ Mizell

$18.00 - $150.00

Tickets available locally at Diamond W Western Wear (E 2nd St), Blaze N J's (W9th St) and Fusion Pit (Anderson Outlets)

DRINK & GREET (Must be 21+):

1 GA TICKET

EARLY ENTRY INTO VENUE

ACCESS TO STEVEPONG PRE-GAME 

1 DIGITAL MIKE STUD “4THEHOMIES” ALBUM

1 LIMITED EDITION NOVELTY STUDLIGHT CAN

1 LIMITED EDITION POSTER

EXCLUSIVE MEET & GREET WITH MIKE STUD

PHOTO WITH MIKE STUD

OFFICIAL FINAL MIKE STUD TOUR MEET & GREET LAMINATE

1 SHOT & 2 BEERS

 

MEET & GREET:

1 GA TICKET

EARLY ENTRY INTO VENUE

ACCESS TO STEVEPONG PRE-GAME 

1 DIGITAL MIKE STUD “4THEHOMIES” ALBUM

1 LIMITED EDITION NOVELTY STUDLIGHT CAN

1 LIMITED EDITION POSTER

EXCLUSIVE MEET & GREET WITH MIKE STUD

PHOTO WITH MIKE STUD

OFFICIAL FINAL MIKE STUD TOUR MEET & GREET LAMINATE

 

Most hip-hop stars don't get their start playing college baseball, but Mike Stud is one MC who used his downtime from the diamond to hone his skills rhyming and rapping. Injured during his final years of schooling, he turned to music. His debut effort, Relief, arrived in 2013. He followed with subsequent official releases, as well as a prolific stream of mixtapes. Michael Francis Seander, Jr. was born on October 30, 1988 in Providence, Rhode Island. A talented athlete, Seander lettered in baseball and basketball in high school, and when he graduated from St. Raphael Academy in Pawtucket, he was named Rhode Island's 2006 Gatorade Player of the Year, and received a Louisville Slugger scholarship to attend Duke University. An outstanding pitcher, in his freshman year Seander set a record for the lowest ERA in the history of Duke's baseball program, an impressive 1.61. However, after his second year at Duke, he suffered an arm injury that required surgery, and as he recuperated, he began writing rap lyrics to keep himself occupied. Seander wrote a rap song, "College Humor," about hard partying and his raunchy exploits with women, and recorded a rough version for his friends and teammates using GarageBand. The song went over well enough that in 2010 Seander produced a video for the song and distributed it under the name Mike Stud; "College Humor" racked up over 1.5 million views on YouTube, and Stud's follow-up, "In This Life," featuring a guest appearance by Loggy, fared even better. In 2017, Stud joined Bea Miller on her track "To the Grave." He issued a steady stream of singles into 2018, including "Talk Less," "Honolulu," and "Get Out."