Michael Bublé and Naturally 7

       My wife and I recently went to a Michael Bublé concert.  He’s a great showman, and we completely enjoyed his almost 2-hour performance.  But another highlight for us was his opening act. 

       It’s a group from New York City known as Naturally 7.  Their style is A cappella, from the Italian for “in the manner of the church,” and specifically refers to music which is to be sung without musical instruments.  But they take it to the next level.  Rather than singing words, several members of the group imitate the sound of instruments.  In fact, during their 45 minute performance, I heard  drums, trombone, violin, bass, and even harmonica.  They perform contemporary songs, and are truly fascinating.  To get an idea of their style, there’s a great video of their Wall of Sound at http://youtu.be/z5MkNOXSdkA.     

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RandolphMase, Fiction Writer

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My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

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