Pentatonix has that special a cappella swag, something that most singing groups tend to lack. They can sing, dance, harmonize and put together a respectable arrangement in just minutes. The five-member group based in Los Angeles is very new, although some of the members were part of a trio that went to high school together in Arlington, Texas. The final two members were found on YouTube and, just like that, Pentatonix was born. They have a modern style and draw influences from several underground electro genres, including dubstep and garage house. Pentatonix is hip and current, melding electronic music with pop hits and creating something that will make you want to dance and sing along at the same time.
Winners of "The Sing-Off".


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Scott Hoying Biography

Scott Hoying is an accomplished singer, songwriter, and pianist who has been performing since he was eight years old.  Scott can usually be found singing at venues around the Dallas Fort Worth area. He has recently moved to Los Angeles and is a member of the Popular Music Program at USC.

Scott is always busy with various music projects, and recently completed another one with Kidd Kraddick. He arranged, recorded the piano track, and the lead vocals for the new theme song for the Kidd’s Kids charity. The song is called “This is Your Moment,” and has aired live many times, coast to coast, on “The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show.” Scott also recently collaborated with jazz artist Julie Bonk to write and record a tribute to our soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Over the years Scott has gained national attention through the many contests he has won including Johnnie High’s “Next Big Star” contest, Kidd Kraddick’s Jingle contest, and Nashville’s American Music Showcase. Scott performed for 4 million TV viewers as a finalist on CBS’s Starsearch. He has also performed with the Radio Disney Superstars for several years and performed at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Scott honors America on a regular basis by singing the National Anthem and the God Bless America for the Texas Rangers, the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, and for other professional and college sporting events. Scott has already had radio, TV, and theatre experience.

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