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Taking their shot

Fresh from the classrooms of Tufts to the stage of NBC’s ‘The Sing-Off,’ the Beelzebubs compete for glory (and a major-label record contract)

Despite their khakis, ties, and jackets, the all-male Beelzebubs are no fans of uniformity. Their energetic performances include flailing arms, stamping feet, and running around on stage. They edged out nearly 1,000 other a cappella groups that vied last summer for spots on ‘‘The Sing-Off.’’ Despite their khakis, ties, and jackets, the all-male Beelzebubs are no fans of uniformity. Their energetic performances include flailing arms, stamping feet, and running around on stage. They edged out nearly 1,000 other a cappella groups that vied last summer for spots on ‘‘The Sing-Off.’’ (Photo by Chris Haston/NBC)
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / December 15, 2009

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While most of his classmates are holed up in dorm rooms cramming for finals, Eric Morrissey has been studying in the lobby of the Burbank Airport Marriott. In the middle of the night. With 7 a.m. wake-up calls to look forward to. Happily, he has company: 11 of his brethren in the Beelzebubs, Tufts University’s all-male a cappella group, who ... (Full article: 1001 words)

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