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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Band Pop A Capella


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"They Are Amazing!"

“These guys knock the s*** out of me… They are amazing!” - Whoopi Goldberg

"They Got Nothing Like That in the Soviet Union"

“They got nothing like that in the Soviet Union!” - Jay Leno

"Flawless Harmonies"

“… the hippest and hottest a cappella group to hit the airwaves ! Flawless harmonies” - Playboy Magazine

"Most Accomplished Contemporary A Cappella Groups"

“… one of the most accomplished contemporary a cappella groups” - The New York Times

"Man, They Can Sing!"

“Some record company better gobble these guys up quickly. Man, they can sing!” - Scott Shannon, WPLJ, New York

"Truly Fine Music"

"…testimony to how truly fine music can easily cross the age barrier and grab young and old." - Boston Globe

"Amazing Harmonies"

"…good, pure, honest music with amazing harmonies…" - Evansville Courier & Press

"Rockapella blows the vocal group stereotype to shreds"

"Rockapella blows the vocal group stereotype to shreds..." - Louisville Courier-Journal

"Sound of the future, today!"

"Rockapella's music is so contagious it should come with a warning label...Five voices that blend into a symphony, Rockapella is the sound of the future, today! Incredible..." - Todd Pettengill, WPLJ, New York

"Simply Terrific"

"What amazing musicians and compelling performers! Rockapella is, simply put, terrific... and I look forward to a long creative relationship with them." - Keith Lockhart, Boston Pops conductor

"Four Stars"

(Four Stars)"...Innovative, well-produced, the band brilliantly incorporates different styles and ideas. Hooray for Rockapella." - New York Daily News

"Pure Magical Talent"

"...pure magical talent." - The New York Post


Bang - 2010
Live in Japan - 2004
Comfort & Joy - 2002
Smilin' - 2002
In Concert - 2001
Christmas - 2000
2 - 2000
Don't Tell Me You Do - 1999
Rockapella - 1997
Primer - 1995
Lucky Seven 1996

In Concert - 2002
More Than Ever - 2002
Best A Cappella - 2002
Christmas - 2001
Lucky Seven - 1996
Best Fest - 1995
Out Cold - 1994
Vocobeat - 1994
Bash! - 1992
From NY - 1992
To NY - 1992

Hokie Nation: An A Cappella Tribute
20 Christmas Stars, vol. IV
Carmen Sandiego: Out of this World
Put On Your Green Shoes
Muppet Beach Party
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?
Modern A Cappella
Zappa's Universe
SPike & Co.: Do It A Cappella



“The sound you are about to hear has occurred once in the history of pop music,” claims Rockapella producer, writer, arranger Scott Leonard. “Every element of this sound is unique – four world-class voices and one freak of nature – combining to shred the noise’s glare and free the music’s simple soulful ass-kicking light.” USA TODAY puts it simply, “Some say the best musical instrument of all is the human voice - if you’ve seen Rockapella you know that’s the truth.”

Rockapella reached its first milestone as a featured performer on the PBS television special Do It A Cappella, hosted by acclaimed filmmaker Spike Lee. Created to showcase the supreme capability and virtuosity of the human voice, the program was a perfect platform for Rockapella’s talent and infectious energy to be noticed.

When their appearance on Do It A Cappella hit the airwaves, the doo-wop stereotype of vocal group pop music was crushed and crushed so hard that PBS eagerly came calling again. They quickly requested Rockapella not only write and record the theme music for their soon-to-be-hit show Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? but asked that the group star in the show as the house band. The daily Rockapellafest of Carmen brought ten million viewers every week for the next five years, and to this very day, at every concert the group performs, the crowd screams to hear the theme song they remember from the show.

HBO caught the buzz and cast Rockapella alongside Hollywood stars Whoopi Goldberg & Denzel Washington in their inventive hit family series, Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child. Whoopi Goldberg “had to have the boys” perform on her HBO special, Chez Whoopi. Whoopi’s televised introduction of Rockapella, “These guys knock the shit out of me, they’re amazing!” heralded an experience to come for millions.

These HBO and PBS television programs ignited the flame that placed Rockapella in demand by North America’s top media outlets. Rockapella has appeared with the best – The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC’s Today Show with Katie Couric & Matt Lauer, The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC, the CBS Early Show with Bryant Gumbel, CBS’s Orange Bowl Parade - the list goes on.

Praise comes not only from television but from print media and radio; the NEW YORK TIMES said simply, “… the most accomplished contemporary a cappella group,” the NEW YORK POST wrote, “Rockapella: pure magical talent,” and PLAYBOY MAGAZINE’s review stated, “…the hippest and hottest a cappella group to hit the airwaves! Flawless harmonies.” WPLJ New York’s hit morning DJ, Todd Pettengill, raved “Rockapella’s music is so contagious it should come with a warning label… Five voices that blend into a symphony, Rockapella is the sound of the future, today! Incredible.”

Responding to popular demand, the group took their original songs, their arrangements, and their signature harmonies into the studio. The outcome: seven albums for North America, ten albums for Japan. About Rockapella’s studio recordings the NEW YORK POST raved, “???? Innovative, well-produced, the band brilliantly incorporates different styles and ideas. Hooray for Rockapella!” The accolades come with every new release, from every concert, and every market Rockapella appears in across the United States and the world.

A solid chain, Rockapella’s players are the top of their craft. Scott Leonard, the group’s high tenor, has found himself in the center of contemporary a cappella creating the arrangements, sounds, and songs of this multi-national phenomenon. Profoundly influenced by the Motown greats and especially Stevie Wonder, Scott Leonard’s music emerges as a unique brand of pop and soul – smart, often witty and entertaining. Scott also finds comfort behind the console and in the producer’s chair writing, producing and recording the group’s albums and most of the group’s original songs as well as their arrangements of popular songs. When traveling in Japan, it is not uncommon to find young a cappella singers sweating to transcribe one of his arrangements.

Pulling pure talent together is the key to Rockapella’s incredible and unique sound. From Louisville, Kentucky via the stages of Broadway, Off-Broadway, Disney and shared stages with Tina Tuner, Phil Collins, and Julie Andrews, (tenor) John K. Brown’s talent shines very brightly. His gorgeously fluid voice slips into your mind and brings a smile to your face, topping Rockapella’s plate of sound like warm butter & hot sauce.

A worldwide talent search led Rockapella to Steven Dorian (tenor), a former baseball star at the University of Massachusetts. Steven comes to Rockapella straight from the world famous stages of Disney, having played many major roles in Disney productions, including Disney’s Festival of the Lion King. Steven is a man of many talents whose singing, dancing and guitar playing have been showcased from Branson to New York, opening for Kenny Rogers, performing for internatio