Human iPod to perform for SUB After Dark

John Rush, also known as “the Human iPod,” will perform at 7 p.m. Jan. 28 in the Student Union Building Georgian Room.

During the show, students can request songs from giant playbooks by writing requests on post-it notes. Students then stick their request sheets on the stage and in between each song, Rush will select three or four post-its for the audience to vote which selection he plays next.

The Human iPod plays a mixture of original music and covers, depending on audience response. Rush can play more than 60 hours of music by memory and incorporates seven instruments into every show, including guitar, bass, harmonica, piano, saxophone, keyboard and percussion instruments. Rush uses a loop machine during the show to maintain a full sound usually absent with live soloists.

Rush has opened for Matt Kearney, Rob Thomas, Guster, Fuel, Eve 6 and many more.

To see multimedia of the Human iPod, visit

SUB After Dark is sponsoring this event.
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