Moves Like Mason

March 3, 2012   ·   0 Comments

by Cody Norman

The Green Machine has Moves Like Jagger.

No, seriously.

During Saturday morning’s Breakfast With the Bands event, Doc Nix and the Green Machine debuted Maroon 5’s 2011 single Moves Like Jagger. Mixing a dub-step into their nontraditional pep band format, the Green and Gold rocked the show with an incredible performance.

Bands from across the CAA – Towson, Northeastern, VCU, Old Dominion, Mason, William & Mary and Georgia State – were all represented at the event, bringing tunes like Party Rock Anthem, The Cupid Shuffle and Dude Looks Like a Lady into the Richmond Convention Center.

All seven bands gathered together for the final tune, joining as one band to perform One Nation Under a Groove by Funkadelic. The bands rehearsed the tune that Doc Nix says took him “about a week” to write and put together just one time before their group performance.

And they nailed it.


Other Videos:

CAA Tournament 2012: Breakfast With the Bands (Jake McLernon, Connect2Mason)

-One Nation Under a Groove (Jake McLernon, Connect2Mason)

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