Let me start by saying I wasn't there.I didn't see any of the drama. I missed the whole thing.So, before we begin, perhaps you should read a little bit about the ICCA finals at Lincoln Center this past Saturday:http://www.casa.org/node/4938http://forum.rarb.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5285 (same initial post, then discussion)http://pitchperfect-thebook.blogspot.com/2009/04/mtv-filming-a-cappella-...Alrighty then. Deep breath...Let's start with a little quiz1) Commercial television programs exist to:
There is a very spirited debate going on about the recent regional level of the National Harmony Sweepstakes in Los Angeles. First it was about how poor the sound was for all of the groups. Then it turned into a discussion about whether it was against the rules for the members of King4 to compete a second time that night by adding one person and going under a different name (Throat). It’s a very interesting discussion that is worth a look while you are exploring this site.
Vocal Chords is the weekly a cappella and vocal music show from 90.3 KRNU at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, heard live on Friday mornings at 8 a.m., central time (GMT -06:00) with a replay in the same time slot the following Sunday morning. Both the Friday and Sunday shows stream in real time on the station’s web site http://krnu.unl.edu or via the 90.3 KRNU stream in the university radio category on iTunes.Today’s show was a replay of the program from one year ago.
I'm gonna start this blog with a perhaps unpopular revelation: I'm not touched by Susan Boyle's performance on Britain's Got Talent.
In retrospect, Quentin Tarantino wasn't so odd of a choice to coach a singing contest.