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Oh not much, just entertains an audience of millions singing a (as per usual tongue-in-cheek) barbershop rendition of a classic rock song, fronted by Jimmy Fallon and legendary singer Sting. Just another day in the office.
The Barbershop Harmony Society celebrates the life and legacy of Gene Cokeroft, a genial giant of our musical art form and culture. His towering achievements in any of a number of areas would qualify him as "unforgettable" -- but to have mastered ...Read More
Love her or hate her, it's hard to disagree that Lady Gaga's performance at the 87th Academy Awards was a memorable one. Why? Because she wasn't in a meat dress or swinging from the ceiling. No, her new act of rebellion was singing a classic music...Read More
Beloved Pittsburgh broadcaster Dave Crawley meets Saturday Evening Post, 'Shoptimus Prime and Vintage Mix in this great news story. Full story: Barbershop Quartets Serenade Pittsburgh During Convention « CBS Pittsburgh.Read More
Few pieces in the barbershop repertoire earn such accolades as the "Armed Forces Medley." Respect for service men and women, rousing classic musical themes, and a tight arrangement (Fred King, John R. Grant, Steve Delehanty, and Tom Ewald) make this ...Read More
Is our response to music hard-wired or culturally determined? Is the reaction to rhythm and melody universal or influenced by environment? A 2009 World Science Festival session titled "Notes & Neurons: In Search of the Common Chorus" exp...Read More
When the influential Wall Street Journal says that music training boosts IQ, focus and persistence, people have to take notice. That's the prescription of "A Musical Fix for American Schools": Many solutions have been tried, but few have succeed...Read More