Naturally 7, May 13, 2016. 7.30pm

Naturally 7

After three world tours with Michael Bublé., Naturally 7 is coming to SING! on May 13 at Jane Mallett Theatre.

This seven-man crew has perfected an intriguing a cappella style they’ve branded as “Vocal Play”—singing as instruments. Naturally 7 not only sings but also creates every backing instrument heard on its songs. We’re talking drums, bass, guitars, horns, flutes … even down to turntables. Stepping beyond R&B and pop, Naturally 7 taps into various genres from traditional gospel and rock to 17th century baroque. With nightly standing ovations in Europe, the U.K. Canada, Australia, Asia and the U.S., shows include an opening stint with hitmakers Coldplay, a No. 1 single in Germany with Sarah Connor, “Music Is the Key,” a top 15 album in Australia, 2006’s Ready II Fly, and 20+ million aggregated spins on YouTube!  Get ready for a thrill ride!

Watch and be moved! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0SiswCgqAY

www.naturallyseven.com

slider3Opening act Countermeasure is the new sound in vocal music, known for their upbeat blend, sophisticated harmonies, and infectious energy. Led by award-winning composer/arranger Aaron Jensen, and featuring 14 of Canada’s top young vocal talent, Countermeasure’s genre-defying, contemporary sound has earned the group critical and public acclaim. The music covers a broad range of lively pop, jazz, contemporary, and original songs, sung in unique arrangements highlighting the breadth and range of the voice. Dubbed “the leading a cappella chorus out of Toronto” by the Washington Examiner, the group has won praise from critics and fans. “Riding the hot a cappella singing craze, Countermeasure, from Toronto, Canada, is one of the hottest new vocal groups” wrote the Annapolis Patch ‘***** (five stars) Such a fantastic show and of a group of super talented individuals’ from East Coast FM in Edinburgh, Scotland.

www.countermeasuremusic.com

$50 plus ticketing charge for regular seating, $90 plus ticketing charge for VIP experience
May 13, 2016, 7.30pm
St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts

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