This is an awesome salute to an incredible roster of pop hits through the ages, all with only four chords! A blast to perform, your audience will love identifying these great songs! Includes snippets of 26
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"I gave you all of me, and you gave me all of you." Singer-songwriter John Legend's chart-topping hit is a testament to the power of love, with a compelling acoustic piano underlay and honest, heartfelt
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The indie-rock band American Authors has combined folk-style acoustic sounds with thumping African-inspired percussion grooves in this easy-to-learn song. Irresistibly upbeat lyrics and a happy pop-punk
This lilting pop single by American singer/songwriter Rachel Platten offers an affirming message with an appealing acoustic underlay and warm, natural-sounding vocals that transfer perfectly to a choral
From The Peanuts Movie, this peppy tune by Meghan Trainor positively defies you to keep still! Obviously, a perfectly irresistible showcase for pop and show groups to strut their stuff! "Show the world what
One of the most enduring pop hits of the 1970s is now available in all voicings and with an option for live instrumental accompaniment! It's the perfect pop/jazz feature or tongue-in-cheek encore piece for
Ariana Grande's awesome chart-topper has an insistent beat, electropop instrumentals and powerful vocals that your pop and show choir will love to sing!
From British pop artist George Ezra, this hummable folk rock style song is irresistible in its simplicity and reached a wide audience in 2015 with its strong chart performance.
Here is MTV's Song of the Year for 2012! "Call Me Maybe" by singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen is infectious, upbeat and fun.
Everyone is dancing to this phenomenal song from the DreamWorks animated feature "Trolls." The video has gone viral too, so your choir will insist on performing this arrangement in their next concert - it's
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