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The King’s Singers


I love Billy Joel’s music a lot. Seriously. A LOT. I generally dismiss covers of his songs as being inferior to the original. So when a cover of my favorite BJ song of all time popped up in my feed by a group called The King’s Singers, I didn’t expect much. Boy, was I wrong.

The King’s Singers are a world-renowned English a cappella sextet named after King’s College, Cambridge, where they got their start. Amazingly, the ensemble was first formed in 1968 by a group of music students, and though the members have changed a number of times over the last 50 years, the group’s tradition carries on to this day.

You can read all about the history of the group and enjoy some of their beautiful music on the group’s website and on their YouTube channel.

And here’s the group singing my second favorite Billy Joel song!

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

15 thoughts on “The King’s Singers

  1. They are good. My late husband would have loved this.

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  2. Thank you Donna, BJ is also one of my favorites. Thank you for finding the Kings Singers, I’ll enjoy this videos.

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  3. My favourite Billy Joel song is I’ve loved these days.

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  4. Great sound, but I have heard them before and enjoy them over and over – – Hal

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  5. The King Singers have always been excellent, and the song “And so it goes” is one of the finest songs ever written so the combination… well, I’m just going to say it was a bit of dust in my eye at the end, honest, I wasn’t really crying.

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  6. Pingback: And So It Goes | My OBT

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