The Sing-Off returned for an hour show on Thursday, which saw four of the eight remaining a cappella teams compete for spots in the final six. Ten, AcoUstiKats, Street Corner Renaissance and The Filharmonic were all on deck.
Sing-Off Recap: Ten, 'Chain of Fools'
First up was Ten, the group that formed just fairly recently. Coached by Shawn Stockman, they took on Aretha Franklin’s “Chain of Fools” and did an incredible job. The judges noted that while they started off towards the bottom, the way that they’re coming together is making them a contender.
University of Kentucky a cappella group AcoUstiKats went for a different vibe on Thursday than they’ve delivered in the past. From “Blurred Lines” to “Amazing” by Lonestar, the »
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