Thursday, March 06, 2008

Noteworthy News Nod

A nice little piece in the Deseret News, published yesterday, about the group I helped found back in 2004:

"Tight harmonies and a preponderance of vocal percussion mark the performances of Noteworthy, a nine-member a cappella group of coeds from Brigham Young University.

"Performing in the group is considered an outside activity and not a part of BYU, although 'everyone knows' they represent the school and its owner, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, co-founder Esther Yoder said.

"Yoder recruited Dave Brown and Dan Dunn of the male vocal group Vocal Point to help her launch the all-female group in 2004.

"It wasn't long before Noteworthy picked its first..." [continue reading]


rosa said...

How cool! Gotta love those co-ed, all-female groups.

But my favorite part has to be the nod to Catherine POPWORTHY. Buahahahaha!!

davecharliebrown said...

The article is not supremely written. But to be fair, the author is not talking about co-ed groups, but instead "coeds," the ancient term for female college students.

rosa said...

thank you, mr. encyclopedia.

Sarah said...

I always thought coed was a stupid name for female college students. I despise all the byu/utah coed jokes.