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The-Sing Off Live Tour! Arrives at NYCB Theatre at Westbury Feb.23rd!

sing-off-live-tourLive Nation is pleased to present The Sing-Off Live Tour! NBC’s Hit TV show live on stage at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Sunday, February 23 at 3 p.m.  The show will feature Home Free, the newly crowned best a cappella group in the country, along with Filharmonic and VoicePlay, finalists from season 4 of The Sing-Off, performing their a capella versions of the biggest chart topping songs viewers fell in love with from the show. The brand new tour will include individual sets from each act, all new group numbers, ultimate sing-off’s and a few new surprises.

Home Free is an all-male group that stays busy performing shows across the county. They often travel by RV and have become close during their travels. They’re professionals and they make a living by singing. They’ve sung together so long, their voices blend harmoniously together, which they think gives them an advantage.

The Filharmonic is a diverse group of talented male Filipino singers.  They all love promoting their culture and R&B from the ‘90s!  Apparently, Filipinos love the music of the ‘90s, so The Filharmonic give them what they love.  They want to create a new style based on their culture, their love for the ‘90s and their diversity of talent.

VoicePlay began with three high school friends who bonded over singing through the halls of their high school. After graduation, this small group quickly grew to five as they began to do the theme park circuit of Orlando. Their love of the stage took them on tour across the U.S., but eventually brought them back to Orlando. These five guys realized they were missing a woman’s touch… so they called in Honey LaRochelle, an accomplished background singer from the same theme park circuit. Now together with a whole new sound, they’re ready for the spotlight on their biggest stage yet!

 

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