Vocal HERspective Episode 12 with Esin Aydingoz

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!

New Tunesday – September 17, 2019

We’ve got a few great songs lined up this week. Are you ready for some new music?

DCappella

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.

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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.

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Rifftide

Don’t worry – the piano is just in the pre-show. Enjoy the latest mashup from this up and coming BYU group.

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5280 A Cappella

Utilizing the beautiful Rockies as a backdrop for Foy Vance’s “Make It Rain.”

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Talkappella Episode 86 – Charlie Friday

John and Brian are on a roll with some great interviews on Talkappella. In Episode 86, they sit down with Charlie Friday, longtime sound engineer and performer in the a cappella community and beyond. Tune in for some great advice on how to best utilize your partnership with your sound engineer.

As always, Talkappella airs at 5 pm Pacific on Mondays and is rebroadcast on Sundays at 4 am and pm Pacific, right here on Acaville.

One Minute With: Joe Santoni

It takes a big personality and a big voice to step in a conquer Deke Sharon re-imagined bass lines of the Disney catalog. Veteran opera singer Joe Santoni ended up being just right for the role. Stepping up from other vocal projects in LA, Joe took his super vibrant low range on the road for DCappella‘s first North American tour.

Here’s one minute with Joe Santoni: