The entertainment committee has a hard job of picking songs and bands to please not only the volunteers and spectators, but the dancers as well. After all, they’re the ones on their feet for 46 hours! Valley talked to a few of this year’s dancers to see what songs they’ve liked dancing (or singing!) along to, or what songs they’re hoping to hear:
The Bryce Jordan Center radiates contagious energy for 46 consecutive hours every February during THON. The dance marathon attracts over 15,000 student volunteers, 700 of which are dancers who are required to stay on their feet for the entire weekend. So, what is it that keeps the dancers alive and pumped up all weekend long? Music, of course!
Welcome to our newest column, Tuning In! Each week, our musical maniacs will take a break from their Spotify playlists and tune into their favorite…
Pandora is where every artist and song mash together to form stations for the music you want. Because there are so many wonderful stations and artists you want to listen to, it’s hard picking the right one.
We tend to listen to music suited for our moods and occasions. Whether we are getting ready to go out or determining the meaning of life in the shower, there’s a playlist for it.
Happy Valley is a place full of constant excitement as well as tons of entertainment. Each fall and spring semester students flow into State College ready for a new and exciting journey to add to their college career—one group of guys that Valley had the opportunity to talk to expressed their excitement through music and entertaining their friends.
Imma let you finish, but “1989” is the best Taylor Swift era of all time. Sure, we grew up with “Fearless,” and maybe “Speak Now” was one of your first real stadium concerts, but numbers speak for themselves: Ms. Swift has seriously sold over a million copies of the No. 1 record in its debut week.