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Idaho State University students to perform ‘lip dub’ of Beatles song ‘Revolution’ on March 12

Posted February 25, 2010

Idaho State University students will be gathering at 1 p.m. March 12  in the Canoe Room of the Pond Student Union to produce a “lip dub” of the Beatles song “Revolution.”

This event was original scheduled earlier, but the time was changed.

In a nutshell, a lip dub is a lip-synching music video tour of a college campus.  Through a survey offered on the ISU Facebook page students picked “Revolution.” The completed video will be posted online at YouTube.com and links to it will be made available through various ISU websites.

A sample of a lip-sync video is available at www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zcOFN_VBVo.

“We’re hoping for a large turnout of students to come have some fun, lip-sync a good song and have some pizza,” said Logan Miller, ISU web marketing specialist and event co-organizer. “The whole process should only take a couple of hours, which is a small price to pay for potential Internet fame and virtual immortality.”

Free pizza and drinks will be provided to participants.

The project has been sponsored and planned by the ISU Student Involvement Center, University Relations, Photographic Services and ISU Theatre/Dance.

For more information, contact Miller at 282-3620 or loganbmiller@gmail.com.