Join us for an amazing evening of a cappella! Octave will be performing TWO sets this evening: once after ATL newcomers Best to Burn perform, and again after Southern Tonic.
Octave is a women's a cappella singing group from Atlanta, GA that performs music from every genre – from pop hits to jazz, country, rock and standards – all without instruments (think Glee or The Sing-Off). The group was founded in 1996 when Ames Morton-Winter, Emily Miller and Bea Wallace were singing in a mixed a cappella singing group called Free Range Cattle and decided to create a women's group. After a round of auditions, Octave was born. Since then, Octave has grown and changed with its membership, and each new addition has added something amazing to the group. The members are teachers, writers, executives, pharmacists, athletes, dancers, grammar geeks, attorneys, and moms – all brought together for great music, great friendships and great fun.
Southern Tonic is an all male, post-collegiate a cappella group based in the Atlanta, GA area that sings contemporary pop, rock hits that span several generations, along with the occasional B-Side from "semi-obscure" artists. Currently at 5 full time members, Southern Tonic sings for the love of music.