Home"The Sing-Off" Season 2 Group Profile: Men of Note

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"The Sing-Off" season two begins Monday, December 6 on NBC. Ten amazing groups will compete for a Sony recording contract and cash prizes. We'll be featuring profiles of each group leading up to the debut, and during the show's run, we'll have a review of each episode. Have an opinion on any of the groups, or the show? Comment on any article or our forum

The Men of Note started as an all-male a cappella group at Cherry Hill High School West of Cherry Hill of Cherry Hill, New Jersey.  They won the International Championship of High School A Cappella three years in a row (2006-8), becoming the first group to ever accomplish this feat.  Now, eight alumni have joined to form an all-star version of Men of Note as they set their sights on "The Sing-Off" stage.  The octet draws from the roots of the contemporary a cappella movement; they pull from the rich harmonies of barbershop while infusing fun and camaraderie into songs from artists such as Elvis and Beyonce.  Make sure to tune in to "The Sing-Off" on December 6th to see Men of Note do what they do best, and check out “The Sing-Off: Harmonies for the Holidays” to hear Men of Note’s take on “The First Noel.”

Richard "Randle" Crandle
Rajeer "Ryan Howard" Alford
Jason "Nop" Nop
Robert "Baby Bobby" Waldner
Kurt "Captain" Knecht
Perry "Pear-Bear" Hudicka
Kevin "Kev-Do" Catanella
Mike "Nagatar" Williams


"The Sing-Off" Season 2 Group Profiles: http://www.casa.org/content/sing-season-2-group-profiles

About the author:
Ryan Grajo began fostering his musical reputation on the hallowed grounds of Camp Chai, where he became known as "that kid who won't stop singing."  Since those tender days, Ryan went on to pursue his fascination with the human voice at the University of Central Florida, where he currently music directs the Crescendudes. Ryan spent the summer of 2010 interning with the Boston-based a cappella group Overboard.