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Blue Band Covers ‘Listen to the Music’

Tailgates, drunken alums, chilling “WE ARE” chants: there are a lot of things we’re going to miss until next football season. Fortunately, Blue Band doesn’t have to be one of them. Last Wednesday, the band uploaded a video of them covering the Doobie Brothers’ “Listen to the Music” that you can listen to when you’re feeling blue (but not white) about having to wait until September for Penn State football, unless, of course, you’re traveling to Dublin in August.

Overall, it’s a really cute video (except for 0:59 – 1:04, skip that part–it’s sad). There’s no mp3 available but if you get a little creative you can even have Blue Band on your iPod. It’d be pretty epic to have Blue Band soundtracking your walk to class like the guy in the video, am I right?

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Janki Patel

An awkward girl in an awkward world. Ke$ha is my role model. Nothing I say is meant to be taken seriously (unless it is).

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