Salisbury University’s Feature Fridays downtown Salisbury lecture and performance series continues with SU's webmaster Todd Smith and his band mates who comprise Such Fools. All presentations in the series are held at The Brick Room, 116 N. Division St. The evening begins with a networking session at 5:30 p.m. followed by a performance by Such Fools from 6-7 p.m. Such Fools find themselves bound together on a quest for meaningful musical experiences amid the cultural milieu on the rich sandy loam known simply as "Delmarva". They are as diverse as their backgrounds. Mickey Justice, a singer of fine songs, a keen player of most everything and a Fool. He is a highly skilled master of the treble clef and was raised in the hinterlands by a family of Dire Wolves from the fabled village of Frontier Town. He is one of the youngest people ever to achieve the rank of Mandolin Jedi. Todd Smith, SU's celebrated Webmaster, is a singer of fine songs, master of all in the realm of the low notes and a Fool. He was raised on the mean streets of Detroit, armed with an upright bass in one hand. And in his other hand, was the rest of that upright bass. As everyone knows that an upright bass is nearly impossible to carry with just one hand. When he is not slaying bass, Todd selflessly manages to keep the matrix safe for all of us. We are all in debt to him. Dick Morris, a singer of fine songs, distracted noodler of guitar and a Fool. He was seduced at a young age by the rich, yet archaic medium known as the vinyl record album. He is currently making his third attempt at a freshman year studying the mysterious branch of applied physics known as "String Band Theory." Sponsored by the Whaley Family Foundation and SU’s Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning (CELL), admission is free and the public is invited (must be 21 to enter). Charges apply for food and drinks.