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August 12, 2008

My Real Hollywood Ending


There's a full page article in this week's edition of Newsweek of the joy the writer had when he sung a cappella in college.

"Within weeks of being in the VoCals, I knew I had found my niche. The group turned out to be less like a choir and more like a rock band. Their killer harmonies and incredible voices worked best with contemporary tunes and classic rock. They threw huge themed parties, with hundreds of people jammed into the group's Victorian mansion. (That's not a typo; we rehearsed and most of the group lived in a mansion owned by the group's founder.) The VoCals performed from Massachusetts to Alaska. They had a ton of diehard fans who screamed their heads off at every show. Alumni of the VoCals were in movies and on Broadway. And I'll say it again; they offered coed housing in an unbelievable mansion! Getting over the girl was easy when I discovered that girls totally love guys who can sing."

Read the article here (with video)

Posted by acapnews at August 12, 2008 10:16 PM


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