We have some news soon about exciting things, but we wanted to record this quick vid of a trio by the ladies of Concrete: Carry Me Home opb The Sweeplings. Hope you like it!
Here’s our rendition of Sad opb Maroon 5.
Thanks for listening!
we’ve been off celebrating Melina’s beautiful marriage and sending her off on her honeymoon, but we didn’t forget to make some new music!
check out Lior’s arrangement of Black Velvet opb Alannah Myles.
throwing is back this thursday to the 90s and BATMAN. Ok, so not actually Batman, but a cover of Kiss from a Rose opb Seal.
also, we’re looking for a new beatboxer. if you live in the NY area and like to make drum sounds with your mouth, send us an email!
We were lucky enough to get to sing for a proposal a few weeks ago (thankfully he said yes!)
The nerves are real, y’all — and we were even the ones doing the proposing.
Here’s our version of Silly Love Song, opb Paul McCartney and Wings (but if you watch Glee, you’ll probably hear that’s what our version is based off of.)
Concrete loves Hamilton! Congrats on their 16 Tony Nominations and 11 Tony wins.
Check out our cover of ‘Wait for It’ from Hamilton.
we just got back from the SING! Vocal Arts Festival in Toronto! we performed at the first ever Contemporary A Cappella League Day on May 7th. it was a total blast getting to network with other a cappella folk, and perform in front of a great audience! hopefully we’ll get to go back soon.
thanks so much for your support and coming out to our concerts last week. we had a great time rocking The Delancey and The Rock Shop, and can’t wait to do it again, soon.
we’ve gotten pretty far with our fundraising for SING! in May, but we’d appreciate any further support you can give us! DONATE and we might just send you a special surprise =)
We’re singing in New York City on April 13th and 14th! Check out the event on Facebook, and stop by if you’re in the area!
in the mean time, here’s Concrete’s version of Still Fighting It by Ben Folds.
Because if you can’t sing some Toto, what’s the point of it all?
We didn’t do Africa (entirely,) but here’s our version of Hold the Line!