Then when Lady Antebellum performed at Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati last year, several members of the police department were allowed backstage to meet the band.
Muterspaw called meeting the band “an awesome experience” and called the members “really down to earth people.”
Some Middletown police officers and city staff met Lady Antebellum before the band's concert Thursday night at Riverbend Music Center. Police Chief Rodney Muterspaw called it “an amazing experience.”
The lip sync videos, and others posted of the department’s Facebook page, “show the human side” of the officers, he said.
Muterspaw said “times have changed” and social media has “built up the relationship between police and the community.”
Inspired by the recent viral video phenomenon Lip Sync Challenge, CBS announced a new one-hour entertainment special, Lip Sync to the Rescue, hosted by Cedric the Entertainer, star of CBS’ hit comedy The Neighborhood, to be broadcast later this year on the CBS Television Network.
Lip Sync to the Rescue is an interactive countdown special where viewers vote for their favorite video of performances featuring first responders channeling their inner pop stars and lip-syncing to hit music, a trend that began with the LipSyncChallenge, the network said.
Then, during Lip Sync to the Rescue, the Top 10 videos selected will be revealed during the show, which will film in front of an audience of first responders, family and friends. Two videos will advance to the live vote during the broadcast to crown a winner.