Vocal HERspective is back tonight with the one, the only, Shelley Regner! Rachael and Amanda got to sit down with this lovely human who happened to be a part of Pitch Perfect and DCappella. Seriously, she’s the sweetest PLUS she has lots of great thoughts to share. A must-listen episode!
Hear Episode 31 at 9:30 EDT/6:30 PDT tonight or catch the rebroadcast on Sunday at 10 am & pm PDT. This episode will be available as a podcast on Monday.
Highline Vocal Jazz
This one is a treat for the ears AND the eyes. See them LIVE at N.E.Voices this weekend – we’ll be streaming it right here on Acaville!
The King’s Singers
Founding Harmony is coming soon and here’s the newest single from this pillar of the a cappella world.
Forte + Shams Ahmed + Plaid Productions + Justin Critchfield + Ed Boyer + Dave Sperandio + Ryan Parma = Magic. That’s how math works, right?
Anytime the vocal percussionist gets a solo, you know it’s going to be great.
This Twin Cities based group announced their new members, Mel Daneke and Virginia Cavaliere with this Beyonce classic.
There’s a reason the a cappella community loves singing and hearing covers of this Leonard Cohen song – especially when arranged and sung well.
This group should really just consider going all a cappella.
A stellar live version of Hard Place featuring first year soloist, Devon Gates.
January is a great time to put the spotlight on empowerment songs. Here’s a great medley from this San Diego quintet.
Tonight on Vocal HERspective Amanda & Rachael sit down with Esin Ozlem Aydingoz, part of the music team for DCappella. This Berklee College of Music grad is not only chasing her dreams, but making them a reality. Quite an inspiring guest on Episode 12 – airing tonight at 6:30 pm Pacific and Sunday at 10:30 am/pm Pacific!
We’ve got a few great songs lined up this week. Are you ready for some new music?
Nothing short of breath taking the Disney a cappella group came in strong with their version of “Speechless” from the new live action Aladdin film, arranged by Deke Sharon.
Also, is there a winner for best smoulder? Morgan Keene wins hands down.
The Fleet Street Singers
Comedy and parody done well in this rather realistic story of the college all-nighter. Almost makes us miss college. Almost.
Don’t worry – the piano is just in the pre-show. Enjoy the latest mashup from this up and coming BYU group.
5280 A Cappella
Utilizing the beautiful Rockies as a backdrop for Foy Vance’s “Make It Rain.”