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December 3, 2009
With hundreds of fans in attendance at concerts and nearly 10,000 views of their MySpace page, it's obvious the Resonant RAMblings, Colorado State's trendy pop, rock, R&B, a cappella group, is making a great impression on their audiences. Hear them in concert at CSU on Friday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Theatre.
Left to right - Back row: Danica Baker, Liz Classen, Rachel Goold; Middle: Michelle Ghun, Amanda Cisneros; Front: Kryssi Miller, Lexie Brown (music director).
Listen to the Resonant RAMblings perform on YouTube! The "instruments" you hear in the background are voice percussion being performed by members of group.
Resonant RAMblings is one of a growing number of performance groups worldwide who combine harmony and vocal imitations of percussion instruments. Virtually any instrument can be replicated, from the drum to the electric guitar.
Here's your chance to hear CSU's premiere a cappella group, the Resonant RAMblings, perform live. The group will be hosting their fall showcase on Friday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m.!
Come see a cappella renditions (songs done with all vocal parts, including vocal percussion and bass) of all your favorite music, including songs originally by:
Left to right - Back row: Jerick Flores (President), Nathan Worthey, Scott Moss; Middle: Kevin Rathbun, Kyle Flageolle, Kevin Dombrock; Front: Austin Kempsell, Matt Mannion.
The Resonant RAMblings have booked a special guest -- CSU's own rapper, Black Prez to perform with them at the concert.
Ticket proceeds will go to support our goal of recording a CD for you all. Come take a small break from studying and enjoy some good music.
Founded in 2000, the Resonant RAMblings have grown to be a face on the CSU campus, in the Fort Collins community and in the Colorado a cappella crowd. The Resonant RAMblings are the only "non-traditional" a cappella group on campus, arranging and singing songs from our favorite artists.
Contact: Jerick Flores
Phone: (970) 491-1682