Eight men From Diverse Backgrounds Create the One Sound of Vocal Edge, December 2014

From diverse backgrounds, eight talented men unite to create one entertaining sound. Vocal Edge is the premier professional men’s a cappella group in St. Louis, performing all a cappella music (voices only, no instruments) ranging from classic pop songs of the 50’s and 60’s to current pop songs, jazz, and doo-wop. The group consists of: Jordan Black, Joel Currier, Jason Fahey, Calvin Johnson, Eric Holyoke, Brian Parrish, Ben Silvermintz, and Paul Spooner. Stage performance was recorded at Blue Berry Hill’s Duck Room.

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Eight men From Diverse Backgrounds Create the One Sound of Vocal Edge, December 2014

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