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‘My Hero Zero’ Performs At THON For Thirteenth Consecutive Time

“My Hero Zero” performed at the THON Power Hour early Sunday morning at the Bryce Jordan Center, creating an electric atmosphere inside the arena.

My Hero Zero returned to THON for the 13th straight year. A State College staple, the band has been known to play around town and rally the crowds with original songs and cover songs alike.

One of the first songs performed was a cover of “STAY” by The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber. After that, the group mixed up a version of “Let’s Get It Started” by the Black Eyed Peas and Beyonce’s “Crazy In Love.” After that, the arguable highlight of My Hero Zero’s performance was a rendition of The Killers’ “Mr. Brightside,” which had everyone on their feet and singing the words in the BJC.

Afterward, the local band performed “Summer of ’69” by Bryan Adams, then transitioned into “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” by Guns N’ Roses. Then, My Hero Zero wrapped up the show with the likes of “Boyfriend” by Justin Bieber and “Come Together” by The Beatles.

My Hero Zero’s performance was much needed to keep the vibes strong and to keep the BJC energized. There isn’t usually much going on in the dead of night during the graveyard shift, but this didn’t disappoint.

It’s safe to say My Hero Zero kept the vibes high in the BJC during what could usually be some tough graveyard hours.

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