The Octet had auditions today, and we have 2 new and one returning Octet Member.
Welcome Ron Yadin and Nathan Jalazo, and welcome back Max Epstein-Shafir. I have high hopes for this Octet!
2013-2014 UC Men's Octet. Together again for the first time.
I feel like it will be a good year for Octets.
Hi Octet Fans,
Tiffany here. I am asking any fans of Jason Mabie's music, the UC Men's Octet, collegiate a cappella or just goodness in general to help raise funds for the cost of his funeral. Click on the image and follow the link, or just click the url below.
You can also send a check to his surviving spouse. The information is in the link.
Thank you, in advance, for helping pay this cost.
Please, also, spread the message, and help pay down the cost of this funeral.
Hey Guys and Gals. Cats and Kittens. Friends and Foes. Fans and Looky-Loos...sorry, but that patter was running through my head and escaped from my fingertips.
Sooo...Silhouettes. It's a song by the Rays about a teenager stalking his woman, and he finds her in the embrace of another. He experiences violent anger. Plot twists abound. It's a quite involved song, and I can totally see how it would be popular, not only in the time of its conception and inception (and performance, originally by The Rays, a fabulous doo wop group from the 50's. Have a listen, listeners.
My thoughts on the song. I like the arrangement. I enjoy the potential violence. I thought it was a song I could sway to. The plot twist was unexpected. The Rays did a great job with the original and the Octet covered it nicely.
What do you think?