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ED2012 Music Review: Out Of The Blue

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To sum up the awesomeness of Out of the Blue’s performance: imagine a de-cheesified ‘Glee’ ensemble, combined with the rock ability of Sting, topped off with a musical expertise akin to that of Beethoven. This male a cappella group is absolutely phenomenal, not only for their clear-cut harmonies and perfectly choreographed dance moves, but also for their genuine humility and fun-loving attitudes on stage. These gentlemen are not afraid to cut loose with their comedic choreography and at times their performance is like watching fourteen men sing to themselves in the shower. Fearless, they each go all out like this performance is their very last, and that is what makes this show absolutely sensational.

Assembly George Square, 1-27 (not 15), 2.00pm.
tw rating 5/5 | [Ellie Willis]

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