This 4 night event features a battle of voices, culminating with a live finale on December 21. The show will feature the country's top 8 a cappella groups performing popular songs in a way that viewers never heard them before. There's no lip-synching, back-up bands or safety net. They'll be singing for America's vote with the winner walking away with an Epic Records/Sony Music recording contract.
Beelzebubs, from Medford, Massachusetts. Originally formed in 1962 by a group of Tufts men in the basement of West Hall, they named themselves "Jumbo's Disciples: The Beelzebubs," a reference from John Milton's epic poem, "Paradise Lost." Throughout the next few decades and into the new millennium, the Bubs have continued to develop their style while also performing some music from the group's past. To date, the Bubs have recorded 25 studio and three live albums and have won several awards for performing and recording. They also boast an active alumni association whose foundation raises funds for music in Boston's public schools. Not only is this group rich in history, they have grown into a "hip," good-looking group of men whose new motto is "fun through song." This all-male group of 12 is ready to enter The Sing-Off stage!
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