OK, so I was in a pop a cappella group in college. The kind that sings stuff you'd hear on the radio.
You know, now that I think about it, forget "probably," that's definitely why Anthony started it.
Naturally Sharp, 2006ish
Anyhow, we threw together 2 or 3 standards and 2 or 3 radio hits, and hit the all-female dorms.
We all liked to sing and have fun, but none of us, regrettably, were real standout singers. So we decided to just be really
I stand firmly against the overuse of words or phrases that have a distinct meaning, but are misused / overused so frequently that the original meaning is lost, so believe me when I say we had no shame. I won't go into embarrassing details, but believe me, we were really committed to building a following.
Throughout our university years, we, the founding group, went from a loose group of beer-drinking buddies to singing the biggest venue at Virginia Tech, getting paid gigs all over the place, and hosting our own concerts.
Well, after the founding members all graduated, we were sort of worried that the soul of the group would die out.
It didn't. And the singing got way better.
Listen to the 2009 concert here: