Monday, July 4, 2011

Celebrating American Independence Day!

Marcus DeLoach & Philip Cutlip: Dead Man Walking
We thought for American Independence Day it would be fun to feature singers who have starred in the lead of a great American opera. In this case, Jake Heggie's "Dead Man Walking." So here are Marchus DeLoach and Philip Cutlip singing the "Star Spangled Banner." We've also thrown in the great barbershop quartet Acoustix, since today it's a true form of American music. It is believed that the art form originated in black barbershops in the Midwest. And we threw in some Marvin Gaye to really mix it up.

Marcus DeLoach:

An amazing highlight from Philip Cutlip:

And just for fun, here is Acoustix:

And the great Teddy Pendergrass from the 1983 NBA All-Star game:

Enjoy your celebration today!

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  1. Very, very nice. Love the way Deloach and Cutlip hold those notes. No cracking or wavering, unlike so many others who attempt the anthem.

  2. I'm seriously unimpressed with their physiques.

  3. hello? most serious singers do not have ripped abs. their physiques are built for breath support.