Mouth Off 01.29.12

Posted on January 29, 2012 by MouthOffTeam

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My New Girlfriend
Dave is crushing on the voice of Ilana Schwartz and her lead on Ingrid Michaelson’s “Die Alone” from Page 9 by the WashU Mosaic Whispers.

It’s a DISTURBIA FIGHT as Christopher pits the New York University N’Harmonics against Berklee College of Music Pitch Slapped in a battle for best cover of this ultra popular Rihanna song.

The Belmont University Beltones from Nashville, Tennessee, show great musical depth on their self-titled debut EP with a thoughtful arrangement of “Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing.”

Album Review
The James Madison University BluesTones’ latest release Black and Blue is their best yet, and sparks some interesting opinions and discussion.


  • Robert O'Brien on January 30th, 2012

    Hey guys! I have to admit that I’ve never heard your show before today, but I was told to check it out when I found out that The Beltones were featured on it. I flipped out. I have been in the Beltones for two years now, and I cannot tell you how excited and honored we are as a group to be featured on your show. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to our music and share it with others!

    ~Robert O’Brien

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  • Jessica Drennon on February 29th, 2012

    So proud of Patrick for all of his hard work and creativity! I grew up with this kid, and it’s been amazing to see what an incredible artist he has become. Thanks for featuring him on the show guys!

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