1999 Indiana University graduate Dan Ponce hopes to strike gold twice.
Every week, without fail, I get an email from an eager young arranger, wanting to publish their music. featureimage:
BY LORENZO LIGATO | To many people, street-corner doo-wop singers conjure up an iconic image of New York. But to some West Villagers, they’re simply an annoyance.
Jim Clark has ridden through every trend there is in four-part harmony and a cappella singing, from cool to not cool to super cool. It's never really mattered to the Denver-area singer.