Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Naturally 7

Naturally 7 comes to Tampa!
‎7 Men, 7 Voices, 7 Shows! - Naturally 7 is coming back home to play a 7 show East Coast Tour

Naturally 7 charms fans where ever they perform with their rich harmonies, an unbelievable ability to replicate instruments (Vocal Play) and a stage presence that can be felt in every seat of the house.

What is the difference between Vocal Play and a cappella? A cappella is defined as singing without instruments. Vocal Play is singing AS instruments.


Naturally 7 is a "Band" that started officially in NYC in 1999. What makes N7 special is that every instrument and sound is created from the human voice. There are NO actual drums, guitars, horns, flutes, etc.!

The "band" started as more of a traditional a cappella singing group...but wanting to be unique they abandoned the a cappella label and set out to develop a new sound that they now call 'VOCAL PLAY'. What is the difference? Acappella is defined as singing without instruments. VOCAL PLAY is singing AS INSTRUMENTS, becoming an instrument with the voice.

In 2003 Naturally 7 released its first cd on SONY/BMG. It was distributed in a number of Europe countries as well as Japan. The cd was called 'What Is It?' Because the sound and the concept was so new and different THAT question was asked constantly. The single, "Music is the Key" (a duet with German superstar Sarah Connor) went to 1 on the German charts. Following the success of 'What Is It?' the band continued working and developing Vocal Play. The first single "Feel It (In the Air Tonight)" of their "Ready II Fly" album topped the charts.

Many consider their Live Show as one of the best in the world and their performances have landed them on some of the worlds biggest television programs (The Ellen Degeneres Show, The Tonight Show, and The Royal Variety Performance of 2008, to name a few).
With Naturally 7, seeing is truly believing!

Come see them this month! Sunday, March 20 at 8 p.m. Click HERE for tickets!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Pity it's only 1 show! I can't make it, but would love to see them.