The 2013 "Rise Up" TCU Frogs For The Cure music video featuring Green River Ordinance.
Video Introduction by Bob Schieffer, CBS television, Host of Face the Nation, TCU Alum and namesake of TCU Schieffer School of Journalism.
"I'm Bob Schieffer, cancer survivor and proud graduate of TCU. In Texas, we do things big. To support Susan G. Komen for the cure, one breast cancer survivor attracted a cast of thousands to "Rise Up" in the fight against cancer. Together with nationally acclaimed Green River Ordinance, Frogs for the Cure honors the bravery of cancer survivors everywhere. Now, watch the magic and spectacle unfold in the biggest music video for cancer in history."
The 2013 Frogs for the Cure Music Video is a lip dub production featuring the song "Rise Up" by Green River Ordinance with more than 3,000 performers and a production crew of 35. Many of these professionals donated their services, including videographers, photographers and a helicopter crew for aerial footage.
Our featured lip dub performers come from all walks of life and include a 3rd grader, a Metropolitan Opera singer from New York and Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price. Our performers include students, teenage cancer survivors, physicians from Cook Children's Medical Center, Fort Worth and Arlington firefighters and their pink fire truck, the 50-member TCU Frog Corps, the TCU Marching Band, Cheerleaders, Showgirls and more.
For more information about Frogs for the Cure and TCU's partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, visit our website at www.frogsforthecure.tcu.edu or contact us at email@example.com!
Conceived and Produced by: Ann Louden, Breast Cancer Survivor and Frogs for the Cure Chair
Director of Photography by: Nick Utter, Nutter Productions
Editing by: Nick Utter, Nutter Productions
Directed by: Michael James
Other Video Services by: Leo Wesson, Turquoise Productions, Justin Tennison
Arial Services: Epic Helicopters
Special Effects: Gypsy Productions