A Cappella Singing

Many family and friends know that our son Andrew is the real singer of the family.  After a stellar career as a cathedral chorister (assuming you can have a career that ends at age 13), he began singing in high school last year with his new baritone voice. 

Candice and I were so pleased last evening to hear Andrew’s first performance with the five-boy a cappella group at his school.  They got a great reception and Andrew was pleased with this first performance.  We expect to hear a lot of a cappella singing around our house over the next three years…

…And that thought led us to think about what happens to people who get too deep into a cappella singing.  Fortunately, there’s an institute for "A Cappella Recovery."  Watch this video…and pray this isn’t in Andrew’s future.

🙂

More to come…

DJB

One Response

  1. Welcome to the wonderful world of a capella, Andrew! No rehab necessary. It’s a GOOD addicition. Ya’ll come by Sunday down @ the Sylvan Theater (near the Washington Monument) for an a cappella festival. My very own Venus d minor will be performing, as will a great men’s group, The Tone Rangers. The festivities start at 1 p.m. with the Rangers going on at 1;30 and Venus @ 2. More info @ http://www.tonerangers.com

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