Sing It On
Season 1, Episode 8
- The Nor'Easters are still mourning their loss of Kevin.
- All Night Yahtzee is gearing up for the Wild Card video submission.
- No Comment's video is their version of "Bang Bang". I feel like I'll never hear this song again without thinking of Sing It On.
- Nor'Easters decide that the show must go on, and submit their rendition of "Elastic Heart".
- A.N.Y. pushes themselves to meet the deadline, and the audio file is lost on their best take, so they just submit their first one.
- Nor'Easters wins the wild card, by a lot of points. They get to go to finals.
- Nor'Easters pull the last performance slot, and Samantha is convinced that Kevin worked it from heaven.
- GMen set the bar really high with their alien-like sound.
- SoCal Vocals rock "Bang Bang" during their set.
- Voices In Your Head's solo has a soloist with an amazing vocal range.
- Vassar Devils sound great and seem to make Nor'Easters nervous because they've beaten each other previously this season.
- Faux Paz makes the judge smile.
- VirtuOSO does "Uptown Funk", which is kinda too choral-like for me, despite the vocal percussion.
- All the King's Men sings "Proud Mary" and they don't sound British at all.
- Nor'Easters have Kevin with them in their hearts, dedicating their set to him, and saving a space on stage for him. They sound awesome.
- John Legend sends a video to encourage everyone. He was in an a capella group in college.
- 3rd place: G Men
- 2nd place: Voices In Your Head
- 1st place: SoCal Vocals -- Congratulations! (See this is why they need to follow the California groups next season if they have one).
- The ICCAs end with all of the groups singing "Sing A Song".
Well, that was fun, but not my favorite reality show. I think that it had to do with the really strong personalities of the leaders, mostly those of the annoying leaders. Oy. Their speaking voices were grating to me. I guess it wouldn't be as good TV if they were more mellow, but I just wasn't as into it as I would have liked to be. I would have liked to hear more actual singing, like entire sets. But that's because I'm more of a music fan than a reality show fan, I guess.