a capella

A Profile Of The Mills Brothers

May 29, 2020
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Profile: We return to the archive for David Lewis’ fascinating commentary about the lives and careers of Piqua, Ohio’s popular jazz and pop quartet, The Mills Brothers.

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**We've just been informed that the Yale Spizzwinks(?) have postponed their Cincinnati concert until May due to current health concerns. Once the new date is confirmed, we'll post that information here.**

The Yale Spizzwinks(?), the country's oldest all-male underclassman a capella group, will be in Cincinnati on Monday, March 16 for a concert at OTR's First Lutheran Church. Anne Arenstein learns more about this group, their unusual name, and what listeners will enjoy during their upcoming concert in this conversation with Music Director John Paciga, and Athens, Ohio native Derek DeMel.

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Downtown Cincinnati's Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains will come alive with the a capella magic of England's The King Singers on February 19. A choral institution, having performed for half-a-century and on six continents, Jonathan Howard, bass singer from the group, is on the phone with Elaine Diehl to talk about the group and their music.

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Cincinnati's No Promises Vocal Band is ready to kick off their schedule of Christmas performances around the area. Members Nat Comisar, Josh Steele, and David Baum, along with the other five members of the group, join Elaine Diehl in our Corbett Studio for a conversation about singing, choosing songs for this tour, and a performance of Joni Mitchell's "River."

The local jazz vocal group No Promises will join two other musical entities for concerts in early April. On April 4, they'll join with the Northern Kentucky Brotherhood Singers gospel group and on April 6, it's their collaboration with the Cincinnati Collaborative Ringing Project

Local vocal group No Promises is ready to release its new studio album All Wet with a concert at Memorial Hall on August 30. 

After the loss of one of the group's founders and a 10-year gap between albums, the legendary jazz a capella foursome The Manhattan Transfer has just released The Junction

The Queen City Sisters is a 1940's women's trio, singing songs from that era (and a couple of decades beyond.) 

Meet Cincinnati's New A Capella Group, No Promises

Dec 4, 2015

There’s a new professional a capella ensemble in our area and they are known as No Promises.