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.
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:
From theater to Disney, soprano Morgan Keene brings a special kind of sparkle to the stage with DCappella. A captivating voice paired with a natural bubbly personality, Morgan wowed audiences across North America during DCappella’s first tour. We’re pretty sure she’s going to be beloved during their next tour in Japan, too.
Here’s one minute with Morgan Keene:
The first DCappella Tour just ended, but not before we got to sit down with the cast. The mezzo might look familiar to the a cappella crowd – she debuted her first foray into a cappella with the Pitch Perfect series. She now sets the stage on fire with Disney’s touring a cappella group, scheduled to leave for Japan this summer.
Here’s one minute with Shelley Regner: