Did VoicePlay win The Sing-Off?

Did VoicePlay win The Sing-Off?

‘Sing-Off’ winners Home Free team with Filharmonic, VoicePlay and Street Corner Symphony for a stunning vocal SHOW: Review. The only thing better than one vocal group from the a cappella competition show “The Sing-Off” being onstage was all four groups in “The Sing-Off Live Tour” groups being onstage.

Why did they cancel The Sing-Off?

The network execs then decided to try The Sing-Off as a regular fall series but the ratings really suffered. It was believed to be cancelled but NBC revived the show for a fourth season that aired during the holidays to low ratings. So, it appears that the show is over — at least for now.

Who founded Straight No Chaser?

Randy Stine, an original member, had uploaded the clip strictly for the group’s own amusement, but it quickly went viral. “We thought the attention would die down after the New Year,” said the group’s founder, Dan Ponce, 31, now a reporter for ABC News in Chicago.

What happened to the backbeats on the Sing Off?

The Backbeats came in third place, Street Corner Symphony came in second, and Committed won the title. The Sing-Off was renewed for a third season of eleven episodes and premiered on September 19, 2011. This was the first Sing-Off season to include sixteen groups of a cappella singers.

What happened to the Sing-Off Season 2?

For season 2, Committed from Huntsville, Alabama, took the 2010 title, and for season 3, Pentatonix from Arlington, Texas, won the 2011 title. The country group Home Free from Minneapolis, Minnesota, won the 2013 title for season 4. On May 13, 2012, The Sing-Off was not renewed for another season, presumably cancelled after three seasons.

Who won the Sing-Off Season 4?

The country group Home Free from Minneapolis, Minnesota, won the 2013 title for season 4. On May 13, 2012, The Sing-Off was not renewed for another season, presumably cancelled after three seasons.

Is the sing off a country singing competition?

Home Free (Season 4) The Sing-Off is just about the only singing competition on television that doesn’t end up leaning toward country artists because of voter base. No, The Sing-Off waited until it found exactly the right country a cappella crew — which is to say, the best — before opening that door.