our music director, Caitlin, has been feeling a little nostalgic, and came up with this pretty rad arrangement of The Chain by Fleetwood Mac!
Whitney Houston might not SCREAM Star Wars, but we threw in a little twist with this video of ‘How Will I Know’.
Hey Concrete fans — come see us in the musical line-up for one of the Queens International Night Market’s Preview Days on Saturday, April 29th. We’ll be performing alongside other NYC bands like bridges and powerlines and Bette Smith.
Tickets are $5 and half the proceeds go toward local charities. Get tickets HERE.
About Queens International Night Market:
With the coming of spring, The Queens International Night Market is starting up again. They’re offering LIMITED $5 tickets to minimize traffic, congestion, and the impact on the surrounding community. Half of the ticket proceeds will go to NYC charities!
Along amazing food vendors they’ll be unveiling some new games and activities for visitors. And we will have our popular Beer & Wine Garden, so bring your IDs if you’re interested in adult beverages!
Here’s a little pick-me-up for this rainy Thursday in NYC in the form of a tune by James Arthur we did for a proposal back in December. This is our version of Say You Won’t Let Go:
A huge thanks to everyone who came out and supported us for our show at The Duplex! We had a great time with Crosstown Vocal.
Check out this quick clip of Shape of You from the gig!
We spent the last few weeks preparing for and competing in the 2017 New York Regional Harmony Sweepstakes Competition. We wrote an original song, did choreography for the first time EVER (note to self: we are not dancers,) and generally had an awesome time coming together to accomplish a rockin’ set.
In the end, we walked away with three awards: Best VP (Rizumik), Best Original Song and 4th Place!
Check out the video of ‘The Fall’ written and arranged by Melina and Caitlin.
in which all we sing is Ed Sheeran songs.
but actually, we did Thinking Out Loud for Debra and Taylor (congrats on your engagement!) and then he put out a new album, so we just had to cover Shape of You.