Stories from Vocal Point:
It was a whirlwind 24 hours for members of BYU Vocal Point and The All-American Boys Chorus as the two groups collaborated on their latest music video that almost wasn't.
The Jerusalem movie set nearby Goshen is the backdrop for a new Christmas music video produced by BYU students in partnership with an interfaith group called "Faith Counts."
This year BYU students broke records with both electric cars and water balloons. VIPs Mark Zuckerberg and Condi Rice came to take questions from students. See what else made the list of the 10 stories and videos that drew the most views on www.byu.edu.
BYU’s male a cappella group Vocal Point brought a sentimental side to the stage of NBC’s “The Sing-Off” on Monday. All remaining eight groups performed hip-hop hits, and the BYU team was among the seven that advanced to next week.
BYU’s male a cappella group Vocal Point returned to compete in the Top 10 of NBC’s “The Sing-Off” on Monday. After their classic rock ‘n roll performance, the judges had only positive things to say, and they will be continuing onto the next round of the competition.
In between watching himself and his friends sing on national television and attending his BYU classes, Vocal Point’s Robert Seely still runs the window washing business that he started before his mission. He also picks up a few shifts at the BYU Creamery, except now that he’s appearing on NBC’s “The Sing-Off” – watch Monday at 7 p.m. MT – he has to deal with coworkers asking to take photos with him.