Music Box to Host a Special Concert Featuring Local A Cappella Acts

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COURTESY OF THE GREATER CLEVELAND CHORUS
  • Courtesy of the Greater Cleveland Chorus
The Greater Cleveland Chorus, an all-female barbershop chorus that won a regional competition for the ninth time and is heading to the upcoming Sweet Adelines International Competition in St. Louis, will headline the upcoming Acappalooza that takes place at 2 p.m. on April 29 at Music Box Supper Club.

The concert will feature music by acts such as the Beatles, Justin Timberlake, Queen, the Eurythmics, Adele, Stevie Wonder, Toto, James Taylor, David Guetta/Sia, Frank Sinatra, Paul Simon, Barbra Streisand, the Mamas and the Papas, Pharrell Williams, and more.



In addition to a cappella performances by the GCC, groups such as Unfinished Business, TGIF, Wing It, Red Blend, Resolution, Hooked on Harmony and Intrinsic will also perform, and the concert will feature acoustic performances by local artists such as Becky Boyd, Pelcone & Co., the Mike Binder & Priscilla Acoustic Duo and Guy Snowdon.

“In an age where music exists on production techniques, it’s great that someone still appreciates the stripped-down approach,” says Pelcone & Co.'s Nicky P in a press release announcing the event.



Since it's a catered event, ticket sales end on April 22.


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