Fast beats and intense performances are offset by this band's penchant for goofing off - they've crashed BET Awards, a Gay Pride parade, and a Justin Timberlake performance. Fortunately, this mischievous streak is channeled into the band's music.
Straight No Chaser (SNC) is an American vocal group from Bloomington, Indiana. The group's name is taken from a jazz piece by Thelonious Monk. It began as a cappella group at Indiana Univsersity in 1996. The group performed both modern and traditional songs on campus and beyond, and finally signed a record deal with Atlantic Records in 2008. The SNC is still also in rotation at the university, as a separate entity. The group has even performed at Carnegie Hall. Both groups perform popular pop songs as well as musical ballads.
Hailing from Red Lion, PA Halestrom is a rock band that was formed in 1998 by the brother and sister pair Lzzy and Arejay Hale, who began writing songs together when they were 13 and 10, respectively. With their father on bass, Lzzy and Arejay released Halestorm's debut EP Don't Mess With the Time Man in 2000, before bassist Josh Smith and guitarist Joe Hottinger joined the lineup in 2003. Shortly after releasing its 2012 album The Strange Case Of..., in 2012, Halestrom made history as the first female-fronted band to take the number one spot on the active rock chart for its song "Love Bites... (So Do I)."
The Princeton Tigers represents the athletic programs and
intercollegiate teams of Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey. The university is an NCAA Division I school and competes in the Ivy League and several other sport-specific collegiate leagues. Princeton has amassed a plethora of celebrated seasons and national titles in sports such as men's and women's lacrosse, men's golf, men's fencing and women's field hockey. Other men's and women's programs supported by the school include baseball, basketball, water polo, cross country, tennis, ice hockey, wrestling, volleyball and rugby.