That's it! It's so simple, and it's been the case all along, but now we have a hit TV show that makes our point for us. Maybe I should back up? Alright: it all started the first time you heard vocal harmony. Admit it - there was something there. Something powerful. You loved the sound, the interweaving of the voices.
OK, party people, I'm writing about SoJam 2009. This will be my first visit to it and I'm looking for people in the know to let me in on all the secrets. What to do, what not to do, where to go, who to meet, etc. I plan on purchasing the whole weekend pass (in the very near future) so I will be at both concerts and all the classes. Flying in Friday mid-morning (red-eye) and leaving Sunday morning. (Can someone tell me if purchasing the tickets from CASA.org really does knock $10 off the price as the SoJam site suggests...because it don't look that way.)
I woke up singing this morning. I wish I could remember the dream, just in case anyone was applauding....
Vocal Chords is the weekly a cappella and vocal music show from 90.3 KRNU and the College of Journalism & Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The show is available twice each weekend. A live webcast is available on Friday mornings at 8 a.m. central time (GMT -06:00) on the station’s web site at http://krnu.unl.edu. Click the “Studio 201” link for the Friday morning live feed.
I came across this article today and wanted to share it with you, the A Cappella-loving community. Rather than have you slog through the entire article (which I do recommend if you want to make sure I'm not misrepresenting the context), here is the paragraph I found most interesting (emphasis mine):