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29-Jul-2016 00:40

The talk by Stephan Jenkins at Pennsylvania State University is hosted by Students Organizing the Multiple Arts and will begin at 2 p.m. Tickets are not required."Stephan Jenkins is a surrogate of Obama, and he's traveled to a bunch of colleges in Pennsylvania, so he contacted the campaign about coming here," said Nate Trexler, a senior history major and an intern for the Obama campaign.

Trexler said he passed the event along to SOMA because of its connection to the arts scene.

“My mother is a Republican,” Stephan Jenkins told “TMZ Live” Wednesday. "What we don’t believe in is the RNC and the grotesque who they have made their nominee.”Third Eye Blind on Tuesday used a concert during the convention in Cleveland to play obscure songs and criticize Republican policies.

We love Republicans, we love everybody.“We believe in the gathering power of music,” added Jenkins, also the group’s rhythm guitarist.

Third Eye Blind is an alternative rock band that gained popularity in the early '90s with its single "Semi-Charmed Life."Kelly Murphy, a sophomore in communications and president of SOMA, said she had a slight concern about taking on a political event."I thought it was awesome, and I personally am an Obama fan," Murphy said.

"I wanted to run it past the club because I know some people have strong affiliations.

Michelson said he thought it was appropriate that SOMA is sponsoring someone from the music industry amid the influx of political figures on campus.

He predicted the audience will be about halfway split between Third Eye Blind fans and Obama supporters."There's been a recent wave of political figures coming to the school, and people like to hear different views," he said.

Jenkins said the controversial show was an impromptu response after the band originally signed on to play for charity.“This was billed to me as a benefit for Musicians on Call, which is an organization that brings musicians into hospital bedsides, mostly for kids, and uses music to heal,” he said.

But everyone is cool with it, since everyone wants to see Stephan Jenkins."Danny Michelson, a sophomore in communications and vice president of SOMA, described the event as "very last-minute."With only two week's notice, the room in Chambers was the only available space, Michelson said.

The room has seats for about 60 to 70 people and standing room for a bit more, he added.

"That’s a mission we really support.“It’s in Cleveland, it’s the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame and all these conventioneers showed up. Let us just lay this down for you here.’”The Republican Party officially made Trump their nominee for the presidency late Tuesday, formally awarding him the 1,237 delegates needed for that honor.

Third Eye Blind's latest tour didn't stop in State College, Pa., but its lead singer will, and he's singing change in the form of a speech in support of presidential hopeful Barack Obama.

Jenkins said the controversial show was an impromptu response after the band originally signed on to play for charity.“This was billed to me as a benefit for Musicians on Call, which is an organization that brings musicians into hospital bedsides, mostly for kids, and uses music to heal,” he said.But everyone is cool with it, since everyone wants to see Stephan Jenkins."Danny Michelson, a sophomore in communications and vice president of SOMA, described the event as "very last-minute."With only two week's notice, the room in Chambers was the only available space, Michelson said.The room has seats for about 60 to 70 people and standing room for a bit more, he added."That’s a mission we really support.“It’s in Cleveland, it’s the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame and all these conventioneers showed up. Let us just lay this down for you here.’”The Republican Party officially made Trump their nominee for the presidency late Tuesday, formally awarding him the 1,237 delegates needed for that honor.Third Eye Blind's latest tour didn't stop in State College, Pa., but its lead singer will, and he's singing change in the form of a speech in support of presidential hopeful Barack Obama."But I'm not into politics, and I want to see him because he's the lead singer of Third Eye Blind."Trexler said Jenkins' position in the music world could help further Obama's cause."Somebody from a pop band with a voice like that can really reach a lot of people," he said. I think what Barack Obama is saying is that you should have confidence in yourself.