Went with the fetching Mrs. P and the little Duper to Cheyenne Frontier Days, to catch Tim McGraw in concert. It's a great venue, typical "County Fair", fried food, random stuff to buy, and great people watching. The evening gave way to Duper's first concert, which she loved. Some of the songs he sang:
Dude put on a great show, and is quite the entertainer. A+ evening!
Singer Katy Perry announced a contest a few weeks back, challenging high school students across the Country to create a video of lip-syncing students for her song Roar. The winning entry would have their high school featured in an upcoming Perry concert. Needless t osay, thousands of entries poured in, five finalists were selected, and today on Good Morning America, a winner was selected.
Here's the best entry, as announced this morning:
The video was apparently shot in one continuous shot and featured over 2,000 students and high school faculty members. It was organized over the school’s homecoming week and made on “Spirit Day.” The entry has representatives from every area in a typical high school, like the drama group, glee club, cheerleaders et al.
Viewers watch the progress of the school’s tiger mascot as it moves through the school and out onto the football field. It was produced and directed by Courtney Coddington with fellow student Gavin Rudy who plans to become a filmmaker. The entire school signed up to take part in the lip dub contest.
The two students have said that if their video wins, they intend to use the live concert as a fundraiser for flood relief in the state.