This is a great a cappella version of Mark Ronson's chart-topper, featuring guest vocals by Bruno Mars. Hitting number one on five different Billboard charts,
This appealing 1983 hit by Toto is perfect for pop a cappella groups. Starting with an optional vocal percussion intro, the energy of the original builds to the finish!
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This unique title track from the video game Civilization IV offers a world fusion sound, including chanting, strong rhythmic choral sections, and a Swahili text setting of "The Lord's Prayer."
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
Charting in over 20 countries, this Billboard Hot 100 hit from the British boy band One Direction was declared the "Best Song of the Summer" by MTV. "Dance all night to the best song ever!"
"Bom ba ba bom, ba bom ba bom bom...ba dang a dang dang, a ding a dong ding..." Jay's arrangement starts soulfully, then kicks into doo-wop style for this pop classic, as recorded by The Marcels back
Touring as an opening act for Don Henley and Tina Turner helped propel Mr. Mister to the top of the 1985 Billboard Hot 100 with this song, inspired by the writings of Kahlil Gibran. Sensible voice leading
After being given a year to live, 17-year-old Zach Sobiech wrote a powerful goodbye song that quickly gained international attention in the form of celebrity tribute videos and other high-profile covers.
"I wish that I could be like the cool kids!" This catchy, effervescent single from the indie-pop band Echosmith went platinum in the United States, with over one million copies sold. Quickly-learned, this
A classic setting of the 1979 Van Halen hit that had everybody dancing! Perfect for your show choir or a great pop feature for your concert choir, you'll have the audience singing right along with you. "Oo
One of their early releases, from when the group Chicago was known as The Chicago Transit Authority, this was their third straight Billboard top-ten single in 1969. Featuring a soloist, this arrangement
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