Naturally Seven is an internationally recognized a capella group based in New York. Their a capella style is referred to as "Vocal Play". Members are Garfield Buckley, Rod Eldridge, Warren Thomas, Jamal Reed, Roger Thomas, Dwight Stewart, and Armand "Hops" Hutton. Every sound heard during a performance (even the guitar) is produced by the vocal abilities of each member. They supported Michael Bublé on his "Call me Irresponsible" tour.
There are two bands named IndyGo: 1. IndyGo is an alternative rock and progressive rock band formed in 2002 in Rīga, Latvia. The band released its self-titled debut album in 2005, which was one of the candidates for the best rock album title of the Latvian Music Awards. In 2007, in the studio Tektonik in Sweden they recorded EP Under Construction. In late 2009, came the announcement of an indefinite hiatus in order for band members to pursue other interests.
Mad Agnes (http://www.madagnes.com) is Margo Hennebach, Adrienne Jones and Mark Saunders, based in Connecticut, USA. Margo Hennebach is a classically-trained pop musician who also has a solo career. She is a music therapist and a Feldenkrais Practitioner. Adrienne Jones is a multi-instumentalist and songwriter, who has put out a CD called "Talking River". She is also a Reiki practitioner. Mark Saunders is a conservatory-trained musician who performs on vocals, acoustic, electric, National steel and bass guitars.
Although based in London. the London Bulgarian Choir performs Bulgarian folk songs. Dessislava Stefanova, formerly of the Philip Koutev Ensemble, has led the choir since its formation in 2000. The London Bulgarian Choir have released one album, Alyana Galyana, and have contributed to film and television soundtracks including Troy and The Virgin Queen. The choir are BBC Radio 3's Open Choir of the Year, 2006-7.
Anonymous 4 is a female a cappella quartet, based in New York City. Their main performance genre is medieval music, although they have also premiered works by living composers such as John Tavener and Steve Reich. Anonymous 4 has performed in cities throughout North America, and have been regulars at major international festivals. They decided to make the 2003-2004 season their last as a full-time recording and touring ensemble, although special projects (such as their Gloryland CD and their "Long Time Traveling" Tour) continue to bring them together on occasion.
Speakeasy is an original rock band from Missouri. Their website is speakeasyband.com. There may be more than one band with the name Speakeasy.
An English folk group from Hull, Yorkshire, the Watersons performed mainly traditional songs with little or no accompaniment. Their distinctive sound came from their close harmonies. Original members were Norma Waterson, Mike Waterson, and Lal Waterson, with their cousin John Harrison from Kingston High School. They had a skiffle band in the early 1960s but moved on to playing more traditional material. They were briefly known as "The Folksons".
Folk/world harmony singing group based in Glasgow since 2000. Lineup varies between four and six singers. Wide range of a cappella styles specialising in folk song, world music, shapenote (sacred harp) and other americana, often in original four- or five-part arrangements. Described as "compelling listening", "very accomplished, very loud and very international in their repertoire", "very talented and technically superb young group who deserve much more attention".