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The Top 11 are coached by Randy Travis, who seems to open every pre-performance video with some variation on "I heard he/she was going to sing [name of song], and I thought, uh-oh, I don't see how tha
Hello everyone. Please read carefully, this is a request of help finding a good and serious group in Boston who wants to win next years CARAs with me.
I was in Olympia, WA last Saturday competing with one of my groups, 'Essence of Larynx,' at the Pacific North West Harmony Sweepstakes. We took thirth (third place, but two groups tied for second, so we were actually fourth...).
Live a cappella concerts are a human-to-human interaction. They speak to us in ways recordings often can't. But once you know your songs, you program your set well, you stage it well, now what? How can you turn this generic meal into a tasty treat? Follow these simple tips to really make the show fun for your audience. There are a zillion other ways, but here are some quick and easy spices from the producer's cupboard...