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You don’t have to be a parent to know that having children changes lives profoundly. How do a cappella singers handle that transition into parenthood, and balance their responsibilities?

Four mothers -...

The health benefits of singing, especially in a group, are study-proven. But being a member can still be difficult for those who grapple with mental health issues.

For decades, researchers have been ex...



1. Exude confidence. If you don't feel confident, fake it.

2. Arrange a song by a male artist. Arrange a song that isn't Top 40. Or do a jazz standard with a hip-hop groove, or a punk song as a balla...

Elle Brigida is a young musician making a splash in the professional a cappella world. Hailing from the East, Elle has been involved in music all her life. She performed with the Wolfettes at the Bost...


Collaborative tracks have become a staple at some of the largest a cappella festivals in the country including SoJam, BOSS (Boston Sings), and Los Angeles A Cappella Festival (LAAF). These collaborati...

The Rockabellas are a group of five talented female musicians who were hand-selected to come together to promote the Pitch Perfect 2 line by CoverGirl. Brought together by Ben Bram, the Grammy award-w...

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