The Fu Music
September 25, 2012
I'm sitting in the Norcross High School cafeteria waiting on my kid. It's Saturday and she's an extra in movie being shot by The Fu Music. Who? The Fu's, that's who. Every week this past summer we watched a You-Tube show called Internet icon. It's a cross between American Idol and Survivor, but for You-Tubers. Two brothers called Fu Music became our favorites; their videos were like works of art, fun and they wrote all the music used in a very short time. Impressive stuff.
The Fu's came in third place and like a good fan we liked them on Facebook and followed them on Twitter, more investigation led us to find out that these guys lived near us. Cue the 'It's a small world' singers please; yes, I've used them before. A couple of tweets later, and they met us at a Celebrate Freedom concert; a couple of emails after that, and my kid is in the groove and currently sitting in a high school on a Saturday wearing gym clothes and being filmed for their next video, which I think might air around Halloween, seeing how the special effects makeup gal just packed up her kit. But I don't want to let the Frankenstein out of the bag, I mean the black cat. Actually its going to be about an important topic; bullying.
Check these guys out www.thefumusic.com
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