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September 1, 2004

Austin 360

After graduating, John Pointer began working with his band Schrödinger's Cat. He produced and released "Big Beat A Cappella"(1999), and "Spin"(2001) for them. He developed a musical style using his voice to express the different kinds of music he had previously studied, and combined it with intense body percussion to create the sound and energy of a full band without any instruments. He cites Bobby McFerrin, Stevie Wonder, and Kenny Muhammad as his main vocal influences. With Schrödinger’s Cat he toured the United States and Japan, appeared on the Roseanne Barr show, and won the national Kit Kat "Gimme a Break" Contest in 2001. More

Posted by acapnews at September 1, 2004 9:13 PM