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Girl Named Tom


Girl Named Tom is an American folk trio from Pettisville, Ohio and consists of siblings Caleb, Joshua, and Bekah Liechty. The trio won season 21 of the American talent competition The Voice, with the distinction of being the first group to win The Voice. They competed on the team coached by Kelly Clarkson after receiving a four-chair turn.


Micah Iverson


Micah was born and raised in Tokyo to missionary parents who taught English. As one of nine children, he turned to singing and taught himself to play guitar in order to set himself apart from his siblings. Micah later moved to the US to attend the University of Virginia. Eager to fit in, he joined an a cappella group and continued to work on his personal music. After graduating, Micah pursued a career in business finance, but felt that he should be doing music instead. Micah quit his job last year and moved to Atlanta to start a band and to be closer to his family. Micah currently works at his brother's brewery and is focusing entirely on his music.


Disney Dudez


IM5 was a somewhat popular group from the early 2010s during the decade of boy bands. They were originally comprised of Cole Pendery, Dana Vaughns II, Gabrielle Morales, William Jay Behlendorf, and David Scarzone. The original five were selected to be in the group following successful auditions held by Perez Hilton, Simon Fuller, and Jamie King and hit the music scene in late 2010. Their noteriety peaked with Disney Dudez, which is a collaboration between IM5 and Todrick Hall. It is a mashup of several well-known Disney movie songs with some being sung against the instrumental of popular songs. The third installment went viral with over 20 million views with songs from The Little Mermaid, Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Mulan, and Aladin


Harmonized Voices


In the fourth season of The Voice Indonesia, Nafisa Geno, Najla Rahel, and Ghatfaan Rifqi from Team Isyana Sarasvati were paired in the live battle round. The trio sang a touching rendition of All I Want by Kodaline. Their voices blended magically together, and although Najla won the battle, Ghatfaan would be saved by a steal from Yura & Rizky


DC's Peacemaker


According to Director James Gunn, I really wanted to do a dance number where everybody was doing something incredibly ridiculous, and looked incredibly serious while they were doing it, Among other things, Gunn envisioned it as a way to vanquish the skip forward button and allow people to see the credits of those who worked on the show. I thought it was something that would, you know, be a signpost for people that this isn’t just your normal DC or Marvel TV show.


Acapop! KIDS


The founders of Pentatonix announced in 2018 a search for young singers and beatboxer ages 6-14 across USA and Canada. The final process happen in four cities: LA, Dallas, NY and Miami, with 84 kids. The following year, Scott Hoying of Pentatonix started another a cappella group with members who are aged 17 years or younger, and the final selection of 25 young singers formed Acapop! KIDS. The group would go on to deliver current and classic hits, unforgettable and aspirational vocal performances and best-in-class music videos. Acapop! KIDS launched with performances including the Amy Winehouse classic Valerie, Panic! at the Disco's chart-topper High Hopes, and broke the internet with their version of Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.


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