The student band Lobos performs in I-Cover Nov. 9. This semester’s concert featured a “folksy theme” and 12 bands. A dance followed the concert. The concert cost 5$ in advance and 7$ at the door.  MARIAH HALVERSON | Scroll Photography

Students blend songs for originality

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“We thought it would get a good reception. Everybody knows that song and we wanted it to be something that we could nail, because I think something easy done well is better than something hard not done as well,” Nay said.

Brittany Hurlbut, a senior studying elementary education, was a member of the band Thank You, Pedestrian. She enjoyed dancing and working the crowd, even while pregnant. They performed “Lisztomania” by Phoenix. Hurlbut said she wasn’t as worried about nailing it as she was about having a good time.

“We wanted one that was really beat and fun to dance to. I really like working the pregnant belly. The energy here, you feel it from everybody,” Hurlbut said.

Many students said they had a good time listening to renditions of many student’s favorite songs.

“It’s just talent. Kids come out and have talent,” said Chris Davis, a junior studying business management.

Some students enjoyed the variety of instruments present in some of the performances, including  The Locals’ rendition of “Lovers’ Eyes” by Mumford & Sons.

“They were all great singers. They had so many different instruments. It was amazing,” said David Bohn, a sophomore studying electrical engineering.

Many students were able to enjoy the music performed.

“It’s the best I-Cover I’ve been to yet,” said Kristi Shaffer, a sophomore studying math.

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