Summarized by Excel Entertainment Press Release
Voice Male performing next weekend in Provo and Layton
Excel Entertainment Press Release 21Jul00 A4
Vocal Band Scheduled to Bring Down the House
Voice Male's Special Brand of A Cappella Coming to Town
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH -- In this era of manufactured teen pop, angst
rock and hardcore rap, it is refreshing to find a group that simply
sings good songs.
In 1994, six friends from Logan got together to do just that. Six
years and five albums later, Voice Male is stronger than ever.
Voice Male will be performing on Friday July 28 at Provo HS
Auditorium in Provo, and Saturday July 29 at the Ed Kenley Centennial
Auditorium in Layton. Tickets are $5 and available at the door. The
music starts at 7:30 p.m. For more information check out
While the West does have a thriving a cappella music scene, most
groups don't last more than a few short years. Voice Male, on the
other hand, has been entertaining audiences around the West longer
than Britney Spears has been able to spell her name. The enormously
popular award-winning group attributes their longevity to their fans.
"They won't let us go away," says John Luthy, vocal percussionist and
the group's business manager. "The fans just keep coming back to our
"We love to sing," says Mike Bearden, tenor and the man responsible
for two-thirds of the arrangements on Hooked. "People can tell that
we have fun on stage, and that makes them feel comfortable
themselves. I think they come away from our concerts feeling good."
On the program for the concert will be many of the new songs off of
Hooked, Voice Male's latest album. Hooked features more of the tight
harmonies ("Light In Your Eyes"), fun arrangements ("Walking on
Sunshine") and endearing novelty tunes ("Farmer Tan") for which Voice
Male has become so noted.
Voice Male concerts have a history of selling out quickly. Fans are
encouraged to get there early.