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
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Ricky Nelson landed on the Billboard Hot 100 with this B-side single from 1961. Great voice-leading and fun harmonies guarantee success for guys of any age.
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,
Winner of the 11th season of American Idol, this acoustic guitar-driven single by Phillip Phillips has an irresistible country pop beat and triadic harmonies that will encourage your choir toward great
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
This classic Motown hit is arranged for developing men's choirs in this accessible setting that retains all the excitement of the original.
"People all over the world, they're opening up, they're coming around and they're sayin' I love you, I love you..." blends so perfectly with "I see skies of blue and clouds of white..." both textually and
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
A cappella men's choirs will enjoy the rhythmic groove of this reggae-infused hit from Jason Mraz. Not easy, it's a rockin', close-harmony setting that is very cool when it all comes together! Also, a great
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