Five on Friday Set 89

Posted: Friday, October 07, 2011 by Travis Cody in

We watch this program called The Sing Off.  Have you heard of it?  It airs Monday nights on NBC.  We like the program because it features only a cappella instruments.

Set 89 features five performances we enjoyed from Season 2.

This is Bad Romance from On the Rocks, a collegiate group from the University of Oregon.

I couldn't decide which of two performances I liked better from The Backbeats, so I chose to share both of them.  This one is Love Shack and the next is Landslide.

This next group is called Street Corner Symphony and they were our favorite.  They came in second.  It was hard to narrow this down to these two performances.  We thought they were amazing.  The first is Hey Soul Sister and the next is Down on the Corner.

And a bonus...these are the winners of Season 2, Committed.

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Go forth and enjoy music!


  1. Hadn't come across this show before, Travis - I'll be back tonight to listen to the tunes. Looking forward to it!

  1. I do kind of like Love shack!

  1. Jamie says:

    Even with a DVR I hadn't seen this show yet. Thanks for the introduction to the music.

  1. cool,I enjoyed listening to some great tunes done by new faces.

  1. Committed were great!

  1. Anonymous says:

    I like to watch the Sing-Off, but could never be a judge. I recognized Down on the Corner. I better keep my day job.