|JetSetGetSet shoots music video in L’burg|
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|Wednesday, August 15, 2012 8:06 PM|
Lawrenceburg High School turned out in full force on Monday to help shoot a music video for the up-and-coming country music group JetSetGetSet.
The trio of 15-year-old Sadie Loveland, 15-year-old Tori Little, and 14-year-old Avery Eliason, all Dearborn County teens, recently recorded their debut album in Nashville, Tenn., for the Playback Records label.
The album “Saturday Night” will be released early in September, along with the accompanying music video for the title track.
On Sunday, the crew concentrated primarily on shooting close-ups of the singers. On Monday, dozens of students from Lawrenceburg High School, including cheerleaders, the football team and marching band spent hours under the hot lights, dancing in unison while the singers lip-synced their recording.
At one point, artificial smoke was used for a special effect in the cafeteria, causing the smoke alarms to go off.
Since then, they have performed to enthusiastic crowds nationwide at such venues as the “Shotgun Red Variety Show” on RFD-TV in Nashville, the Kentucky Speedway, Minnesota State Fair, Indiana State Fair and more. On Saturday, Aug. 25, the group will perform at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville.
Information about the group is available at www.JetSetGetSet.com.
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