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Piano Fight Club Lights Up BJC With Unique Set Filled With Firsts

If you’ve been to the Phyrst recently, you may haven taken in one of the fun and interactive shows from the dueling piano duo Piano Fight ClubThe duo is known for taking both popular classic and forgotten hits and putting their own ivory rendition on each song. The duo had a brief BJC set that got the crowd awake and involved with a unique sing-along first in the BJC.

Photo: Patrick Spurlock

The duo showed off its versatility with everything from a classic rock ballad in Queen’s “Somebody to Love” to the 2000s throwbacks from bands like Maroon 5, which we all know Penn Staters live for. The ivory ticklers even managed to include a song from the hit Disney film Moana with one of the main character Maui’s famous songs, “You’re Welcome.”

Photo: Patrick Spurlock

Once the crowd was warmed up to the Piano Fight Club’s style, they brought a unique first to THON. The duo performed their own rendition of Céine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” from the famous 1997 film Titanic. The talented duo called for the entire BJC to sing along with the heartfelt ballad, and even proclaimed “I wanna see this on the news tomorrow morning THON!” and to no surprise the entire BJC joined in on singing the famous ballad.

Photo: Patrick Spurlock

The Piano Fight Club brought a brief but uplifting set in a challenging stretch during THON. It wasn’t quite the electricity we’ve come to known in love in the depths of the Phyrst, but it was still overall a good time.

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Tim Reams

is the HR Strategic Partner for Onward State, but he's still churning out the good photos and stories occasionally. He's a junior majoring in Labor Employment Relations, minoring in one too many things, and he'll probably become the next Onward State schmuck to go to law school. Tim comes from the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area (yes where the TV show the office is based off of) and was raised a die hard fan of all things Penn State. For any inquiries or spamming email [email protected], or feel free to sliiiiide into his DMs on twitter @TPReams.


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