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Archives for March 2015

Deena: The Best Pentatonix Chair Girl EVER!

Pentatonix’s opening show in Chicago this week was a huge success! Not only did it get rave reviews, but the band members themselves were thrilled with the night’s chair girl! Sounds like everyone had an absolutely amazing time!  

Pentatonix Tips The Scales With Vocal Performance

Chicago Sun-Times writer Selena Fragrassi reviews Pentatonix’s opening night performance in Chicago and shares their set list. — Via the Chicago Sun-Times “If there was any doubt that reality singing competitions might soon be nearing their end, Pentatonix is sure

“The Renegade” EP Release Livestream With Kevin Olusola

To celebrate the release of his first solo EP, “The Renegade”, Kevin Olusola did a Livestream through YouTube to chat and answer questions for his fans. It was a ton of fun and I really hope this becomes a regular

With Pentatonix, It’s The Singing Not The Song

Looks like Pentatonix’s recent Las Vegas show was a hit! — Via Best of Las Vegas “One thing you never have to worry about with a cappella groups. They know how to put on a show. Your latest fuzz-rock buzz

Superfruit Covers Nicki Minaj’s “Feeling Myself”

Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying of Superfruit (and Pentatonix!) fame cover Nicki Minaj’s “Feeling Myself:.  

Visalia Native Avi Kaplan Up For Grammy

Although this article is from a month ago, it is definitely worth the read! The Visalia Times-Delta interviews Avi Kaplan and his mother Shelly Kaplan on Pentatonix’s GRAMMY nomination and Avi’s formative years. — Via Visalia Times-Delta “Considering that it has

A Cappella Sensation Pentatonix Bringing Sweet Harmony To UCCU Center

The Ticket discusses new ticket blocks released for the Orem show at UCCU and Pentatonix’s recent success. They also include quotes from Mitch Grassi about why he believes Pentatonix is generating so much buzz and what some of the future

Fresh Off Grammy Win, Pentatonix Kick Off Tour In Oakland, Look Ahead

The Bay Bridged interviews Pentatonix’s Mitch Grass and Scott Hoying as well as reviews their recent Oakland, CA performance. Two things I want to add to the article. First, the only reason the Utah show has tickets left is because