RockNRoll Chorus Performs at Full Sail: ‘no instruments. just voices.’

Full Sail University was a recent stop on the 2013 summer tour of the New Jersey-based RockNRoll Chorus. The group, made up of 21 talented high school students, delivered a high-energy rock show in the Full Sail Live Venue on July 21.

The young singers have spent the summer traveling around the Eastern U.S. performing songs from their fifth full-length album, Listen Like This.

The group’s repertoire includes songs like Bruce Springsteen’s “Born to Run,” the Doobie Brothers’ “Free Ride,” and Mötley Crüe’s “Home Sweet Home” that traditionally would be sung with a track or a band.

Instead, the a cappella group performs popular and classic rock songs using only their voices to create the backing instrument and percussion sounds.

Check out our slideshow from the July 21 performance of the RockNRoll Chorus:

Students from Full Sail’s Show Production program and members of the Student Crew ran all aspects of production for the RockNRoll Chorus performance, including the audio, lighting, video and stage production.