Fans of the American rock band Train are legion, embracing the indie/rock/folk sound of the group wholeheartedly! The driving track, awesome vocal harmonies and compelling lyric narrative transfer
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Alternative indie rockers American Authors climbed the charts in 14 countries with this irrepressibly upbeat anthem that has youthful enthusiasm to spare. The plucky banjo riff and street-percussion rhythms
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
OMI's international chart-topping hit is now available for your men's choir! This effervescent pop number features a fun, infectious chorus. Add the optional trumpet and conga parts for a memorable men's
From Jamaican singer OMI, this was the major hit of 2015 with its sunshine-warm vibe and trumpet solo. Audiences will love this happy tune that is easily learned and fun to perform.
Develop enthusiasm and skill with this value-packed collection for men's chorus that will add to your repertoire and be fun to rehearse! Includes: ABC (The Jackson 5); The Lion Sleeps
With a walking bass line, sizzling horns and over-the-top vocals, this rockabilly hit from Queen gets a vocal jazz remake! Equally effective with pop/show choirs, this chart will put your group on the
"Give me the beat, boys, and free my soul, I wanna get lost in your rock and roll..." Dobie Gray's pop hit from 1973 takes on a unique character in this a cappella arrangement. Include the foot stomps and
The 1978 hit from the rock band Kansas, with its melancholy melody and philosophical lyrics, is hauntingly arranged for men's voices, complete with bass guitar and string quartet on the recorded
This vibrant a cappella setting of the classic song by Sting opens gently with a solo voice, expanding to a duet, then the full chorus, before moving into tempo. Vocal percussion creates a colorful texture
From the Beach Boys' 1966 album Pet Sounds, this is arguably one of the top rock songs of all time. The unconventional orchestration, harmonies, vocal textures and recording techniques make it a perfect
From its hushed opening, this choral lament for a cappella choir and male soloist grows in sound and intensity to a powerful outpouring of sorrow. The song, originally performed by the Dave Matthews Band,
This well-crafted a cappella arrangement emphasizes the plaintive, haunting melody written by Leonard Cohen, and alternates between a four-part texture and more fully voiced chords. Mesmerizing!
This setting of Leonard Cohen's classic song is for a cappella voices. It is striking for its range of texture, dynamic contrast and sheer harmonic beauty. Your experienced ensembles of all sizes will enjoy
The arch-villain Gru is back with his little yellow Minions for another round of mayhem! You won't be able to resist this creative, upbeat song from "Despicable Me 2" by the superstar producer and
Your pianist takes an equal role in this exquisite ballad that is tinged with melancholy. A superb selection for a more mature or community ensemble. "Here's to life, here's to love and here's to you."
This chart-topping tender romantic ballad from Florida Georgia Line is based on an acronym for "high on lovin' you." A pop-country offering, this is a sentimental choice for your mixed choir or men's group,
The Eagles' hit song from 1972 has been remarkably covered by the self-taught young brother/sister group Dave's Highway in a fantastic triadic vocal style. This arrangement captures the style beautifully,
Rag'n'bone Man a.k.a. Rory Graham is known as a "big man with a big heart." This blues-infused ballad from his debut album is full of heart, soul, and passion and will allow your singers to powerfully
"Come, young citizens of the world; we are one, we are one!" This song delivers an inspiring message of freedom and brotherhood that will touch the hearts of all who hear it. Now in this arrangement for a
Now one of Rolling Stone magazine's Top 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, this opening track on the Beatles' debut album was released in the U.S. in December of 1963. Fun harmonies and familiar lyrics make
From the opening guitar chords you can tell it is something special! Here's the Beatles' first U.S. #1 hit, staying at the top of the charts for seven weeks. Your guys will be something special too, as they
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