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The Men’s Acappella Chorus of Cache Valley (MAC) will have their first chorus performance as the intermission feature for the Utah State University Alumni Band on July 22.

This concert is FREE!
Time: July 22, 7:00 pm
Location: On the Quad field behind the Old Main building at USU.
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Parking: Parking will be available to the south of the Old Main building.

Bring folding chairs or camp chairs to set up on the grass. The concert will last roughly 90min. Come VERY early for the best seating as Logan City’s summer citizens are usually the first to arrive.

Songs we will be singing:
Longest Time – by Billy Joel
Come and Go With Me – by Huey Lewis
Ezekiel Saw the Wheel
When You Wish Upon A Star
Lonesome Road – by James Taylor, arr. King’s Singers

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Men’s Acappella Group of Cache Valley needs an official name

Click HERE to fill out our survey on

which group names you prefer.

A new men’s acappella group has been created in Cache Valley, Utah and is in need of help from fans to come up with a name for the group. I wrote a blog back at the end of April, 2012 describing the intent of organizing this men’s acappella group. Here is a link to that blog:

Local men quickly showed their interest and we had our first rehearsal at the beginning of May. We have now been rehearsing for almost two months.

Before we schedule performances, we would like to settle on a group name. Now, we are planning on organizing a smaller sub-group of this larger acappella group hopefully in the near future. So we potentially need two group names. It has been proposed that the name for the larger group be a generic name such as “Men’s Acappella Chorus of Cache Valley” – meanwhile reserving the more specific name for the small group. Let us know what your thoughts are on this.

A survey has been created to gather votes from our fans on which group names they prefer. Please visit this survey and give us your preferences:

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