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Bubs await Tufts’ sign-off to appear on NBC’s ‘The Sing-Off’

The Beelzebubs have been chosen by NBC to compete in a new reality competition, “The Sing-Off.” The program will feature eight a cappella groups from around the country, all vying for one grand prize: a Sony recording contract.

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The Sing Off: Casting a Wide Net

When moosebutter went into the audition room this past Saturday, auditioning for The Sing Off in Los Angeles, we were in with an Oregon college group, a smooth, old-school quartet of old African-American men, and a couple of groups called m*pact and Mosaic.  featureimage: 

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GLEEful suspension of belief?

I can suspend my belief for the sake of entertainment.  I can suspend my belief for the sake of an argument, or for an intellectual exercise.   There are some demands on my ability to suspend belief, however, that just go too far.   From a very young age I was acutely aware when musicians in movies or on TV were faking it.  You know, when the conductor of the wedding band in the background of the shot is beating a tempo completely unrelated to the music you're hearing?

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NBC's "Sing Off" Seeking Groups - Auditions Coming Up!

NBC and Sony Pictures Television and Executive Producer Joel Gallen present The Sing Off: The Ultimate A Cappella Competition Show 

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Why You Should Audition for The Sing Off

Do yourself a favor: DON'T audition with the delusion that you are going to get on the show.  Statistically, realistically, just assume it ain't gonna happen.  But there are so many reasons to audition anyway! -There is no downside.  There is no negative thing that could happen to you that would outweigh the good that will come from auditioning for The Sing Off.  Only good, for you, and for a cappella at large.