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This article may require copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone, or spelling. You can assist by editing it. (March 2009) The Dreamers of Phi Mu Alpha Background information Origin Penn State Genres A Cappella Years active 1989 – present Website http://www.thedreamersonline.com The Dreamers of Phi Mu Alpha is an all male a cappella group at Penn State University specializing in contemporary rock and 50's doo-wop. Contents 1 History 2 Singing Valentines 3 Awards 4 Albums 4.1 Instruments Not Included (1990) 4.2 It's Still Rock and Roll (1994) 4.3 Mom - Send Money! (2000) 4.4 Better Than Strippers (2007) 5 References 6 External links // History The Dreamers of Phi Mu Alpha were founded in 1989 by Kevin McMahon to perform at the Alpha Zeta chapter of Phi Mu Alpha's Chapter Day ceremony. The group also performed a gig at Baby's Burgers and Shakes, a 50's nostalgia cafe in State College, PA. Following the first two performances the Dreamers transitioned from a short-term group into a permanent performing ensemble at Penn State. Following McMahon's graduation Lou Persic took direction of the group and in 1990 the Dreamers released their first album, Instruments Not Included [1] The group continued to perform through the 90's around Penn State Campus and throughout the northeast. In 1992, The Dreamers performed at President Bush's visit to Penn State. [2]. In 1994 the Dreamers Second album, It's Still Rock and Roll is released. In 1997, under the direction of Jordan Ullman, the Dreamers broke into the world of contemporary a cappella, performing such songs as "Jesse's Girl" and the "Hanukkah Song". The following year the Dreamers performed in the ICCA Mid-Atlantic Regional and won the award for Best Soloist.[3] The Dreamers have continued to compete in or host regional competitions for the ICCA's. Singing Valentines What started as a one-time fundraiser has developed into a Penn State tradition. Every February, in the week preceding Valentine's Day, the Dreamers go around campus singing songs to customer's valentines. The group will dress up in suit and tie and give a rose to the lucky guy or girl for a small fee. The tradition has garnered media attention, having been featured in the Daily Collegian[4], the Centre Daily Times[5] and the local CBS affiliate[6] Awards Awards Year Presenter Award Result 1998 International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Mid-Atlantic Quarterfinal Outstanding Soloist Marc Goldberg, "The Freshman" 2000 International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Midwest Quarterfinal Overall 3rd Place Outstanding Soloist Marc Goldberg Albums Cover of Instruments Not Included (1990) Instruments Not Included (1990) "Star-Spangled Banner" "Unchained Melody" "Rockin' Robin" "In My Room" "I Wonder Why" "Sixteen Candles" "I Get Around" "Come Go With Me" "You've Lost That" "Lovin' Feelin" "Surfer Girl" "Sh-Boom" "Young Love" "Still of the Nite" "Nittany Lion" "Hail Sinfonia" "Goodnight Sweetheart" Cover of It's Still Rock and Roll (1994) It's Still Rock and Roll (1994) "Happy Days" "KodaChrome" "Earth Angel" "Brown Eyed Girl" "Groovy Kind of Love" "Still Rock N' Roll" "5 O'Clock World" "Dream" "This Island Earth" "Feel Like Makin' Love" "I Could Write A Book" "Africa" "Lullabye" "Zombie Jamboree" "Every Breath" "Blue Moon" "Burnin' Love" "Leave It" Mom - Send Money! (2000) "Hard to Handle" "Tarzan Boy" "The Freshman" "Lil' Bitty Pretty One" "Can't Help Falling in Love" "Sunglasses at Night" "Carrot Juice is Murder" "Shimmer (Live)" "A Serenade to a Girl" "I'm a Man" "Seven Bridges Mater" "One Week" "Black Balloon (Live)" "Hooch" "The Nittany Lion" "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing" "The River" "If This Is It" "867-5309/Jenny" "So in Love" "All Right Now (Live)" "Polka Power" Cover of Better Than Strippers (2007) Better Than Strippers (2007) "Addicted to You" "Pushing Me Away" "Pinch Me" "I Can't Dance" "For the Longest Time" "Hear You Me" "Roll To Me" "It's Not Unusual" "Sick Cycle Carousel" "Pennsylvania" "In Your Eyes" "Hey Ya" "In My Place" "It's Been A While" "Ain't It Crazy How Love Works" "Behind Blue Eyes" "Drive" "80's" References ^ "The Dreamers of Phi Mu Alpha - Recordings from thedreamersonline.com" ^ "President Bush visits Campus Today from psucollegian.com" ^ "ICCA Results 1998 from varsityvocals.com" ^ "Singles not left out of Valentine's Day celebration from psucollegian.com" ^ "Centre Daily Times from centredaily.com" ^ "The Dreamers of Phi Mu Alpha on WTAJ-TV 10 News from youtube.com" External links The Dreamers Website The Dreamers Facebook Page v • d • e The Pennsylvania State University Academics Smeal College of Business • Eberly College of Science • College of Communications • College of Earth and Mineral Sciences • College of Information Sciences and Technology • School of International Affairs • College of Medicine • Schreyer Honors College • Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies • Dickinson School of Law • Pennsylvania College of Technology Athletics Sports Men's Basketball • Football • Men's Ice Hockey • Women's Ice Hockey • Men's Volleyball • Women's Volleyball Facilities Beaver Stadium • Bryce Jordan Center • Golf Courses • Penn State Ice Arena  • Penn State Ice Pavilion  • Medlar Field at Lubrano Park • Rec Hall Rivalries Governor's Victory Bell • Land Grant Trophy • Ohio State – Penn State rivalry Spirit Blue Band • Nittany Nation • Alma Mater • Fight On, State • Nittany Lion (mascot) • The Nittany Lion Buildings Academic buildings • Residence halls • University libraries • Old Main • Berkey Creamery • HUB-Robeson Center (HUB) • Radiation Science & Engineering Center Campuses University Park • Abington • Altoona • Berks • Beaver • Brandywine • DuBois • Erie (Behrend College) • Fayette (Eberly College) • Greater Allegheny • Harrisburg (Capital College) • Hazleton • Lehigh Valley • Mont Alto • New Kensington • Schuylkill • Shenango • Wilkes-Barre • World Campus • Worthington Scranton • York People George W. 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