If you haven’t seen Pitch Perfect, google a capella groups right away! The Sing Off on NBC is a show you don’t want to miss. I often love the arrangements more than the original version of songs. The show hit the road with three all male groups; The Exchange, Voice Play, and Street Corner Symphony. Each group was wildly different and had their own niche and sound. I was lucky enough to work a handful of dates and get to know the guys. I have to say they are honestly some of the nicest and most talented people I’ve ever met. I really admire their passion for the music and the dedication to meeting fans nightly. But yes it is intimidating hearing them singing in the hallways just singing along to the radio, while I sound like a beached whale.
The Sing Off Live Tour Review
The Exchange is a five piece band that formed unexpectedly with two members coming from one group, two members working on the show, and another member from another group. They only performed covers but their original work is just as good if not better than the Top 40 hits you’ll hear them sing nightly. They can also hit the high notes even Adam Levine would struggle with.
Voice Play needs their own stage show. I was laughing or singing along the entire time. There was absolutely no dull second. They even bring an audience member on stage, and give Twinkies to audience members, you’ll have to see the show to believe it and understand how amazing their performance is.
Street Corner Symphony features some of their original music which I enjoyed thoroughly. They also bring the dance moves and an interesting concept- pretending to play instruments while making the noise of the instrument they’re playing. If you haven’t heard their music I suggest listening to Voodoo first!