Marietta, GA


We are in our eighteenth year! KnightSong was formed by Pat Buonodono, Brad Ketch and Keith Duggan. These friends have been singing madrigals together in various groups since 1984. Determined to leave the “community chorus” circuit and become more professional, the three formed KnightSong in 1989. Supported by paid performances, KnightSong performs year-round for public and private gatherings. The group also performs regularly at charitable events; in the past they have appeared on behalf of organizations such as Aid Atlanta, The Atlanta Food Bank, Scottish Rite Hospital and the Georgia Justice Project. The ensemble performed annually at the Olde English Festival in Atlanta from its inception until the Festival ended, and has performed for a number of years at the Georgia Shakespeare Festival and “Christmas Candlelight Nights” at Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. KnightSong has twice been featured as one of twelve “Carolers of Christmas” on a popular Atlanta radio morning show. Additionally, the group can be heard from time to time on "Vocal Chords," the weekly a cappella and vocal music radio show and webcast from 90.3 KRNU at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. KnightSong also performs special music for weddings, receptions, Christmas parties and other private functions. The KnightSong singers are a diverse group, with but two commonalities: first, a love of a cappella music, and second, a love of laughter. For now, we all have the proverbial “day job,” but the music helps clear our minds and reinforce our spirits after leaving the workplace. We hope it does the same for our audiences!


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