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Amazing A ccapella

My music teacher told me about The King Singers and I thought their music was a little weird, not understanding the true beauty of such tight harmonies. I now listen to Lonesome Road all the time; I highly reccomend that song. I hope some day to see them live, their music is just that good. I wish our generation would move away the repettitive rap, and towards music that makes you cry, it's that beautiful.

The Best

I can't believe these men haven't exploded into the world of accapella. They are spectacumazing.
Listen to And So It Goes, and agree.

The Kings Singers exploded decades ago

The tradition carried on in the Kings Singers, first formed as an a cappella group of college chums so many decades ago (perhaps inspired by the Whiffenpoofs) is the reincarnation into equally superb, breathtaking, and astonishing a cappella re-creations of masterpieces ancient and modern which one would think could not be as riveting for those who adored the original work, be it a madrigal or a pop hit such as one of my own favorites, "Good Vibrations". I never could have guessed the extraordinary musical vistas opened up by the range countertenors add to the usual male vocals.


Formed: May 1, 1968 in Cambridge, England

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The King's Singers is a six-man vocal ensemble which tours the world singing a variety of repertory. The group was formed in 1965 by Alastair Hume, Simon Carrington, and Brian Kay. all, at that time, Choral Scholars of the Choir of King's College, Cambridge. Together with other Choral Scholars. Choral Scholars (there are fourteen at any one time) are the mature-voice singers of the Choir. They receive scholarships to attend King's College, a part of Cambridge University. In return, they undertake...
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