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Gary Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports
LSU announced Wednesday that American musician, record producer, and actor Aloe Blacc will perform at Tiger Stadium during halftime of the LSU-Arkansas football game on Nov. 14.

Blacc is the second artist that will perform during and LSU halftime this season, as it was announced earlier this week that OneRepublic will play live during halftime of the LSU-Florida game in Tigers Stadium on Oct 17th.

Both performance will be held in conjunction with the Golden Band from Tigerland. Per LSUSports.net:
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“It is an honor for the LSU Golden Band from Tigerland to share the field with Aloe Blacc.” said Roy King, LSU Director of Marching Bands. “It is another great opportunity for our kids to perform with such a gifted artist in Tiger Stadium.”

Blacc is a Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, producer and actor who is best known for his singles “I Need A Dollar”, “The Man”, and for writing and performing vocals for Avicii’s “Wake Me Up”, which was the number one song in 102 countries.
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MissouriBengal105 months
I'm going to this game, and I am excited to see the show.
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MissouriBengal105 months
How can you seriously hate this? Kudos to LSU for trying to give the fans more for their money. If you don't know who he is that's kinda scary.
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Emiliooo105 months
How to Make it in America - opening credits
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BabyTac105 months
Never heard of this guy. Would rather hear the ban that make Tiger Stadium more corporate than it already is.
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Rabbs and QStick105 months
I'm under 30 and looking at his hits and still have no clue who this guy is.
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LSUChamp06105 months
I'm over 30 and I've heard that I'm the Man song waaaaay too many times. It was Fraley's walkout song and the theme song to the NFL draft I believe.
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c on z105 months
If you're under 30 it's a tad surprising to not have heard of Aloe Blacc.
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LSUChamp06105 months
I've never seen this sort of thing for LSU football games. Are they expecting a decline in overall attendance and more specifically, 2nd half attendance?
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jscrims105 months
Who?
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