The Hangovers are a men's collegiate a cappella ensemble based at Cornell University. Founded in 1968, they are the oldest active a cappella group on campus and are the official a cappella subset of the Cornell University Glee Club, itself the oldest student organization of any kind at Cornell University.
In addition to two large concerts during the school year, the Hangs frequently perform on campus, in the surrounding areas, and even internationally. Recent international tours include Hong Kong (2017) and Spain (2019). The Hangovers are often called upon to sing at student functions, weddings, charity concerts, greek events, corporate meetings, and even marriage proposals!
The Hangovers' repertoire consists mainly of popular songs arranged for the ensemble by its members and alumni, but the group also performs traditional Cornell songs, as well as selections from the Glee Club repertoire on occasion. The Hangs sing quite a wide variety of musical styles including jazz, pop, traditional choral, as well as several original compositions and parodies. All of their arrangements are created by current members and alumni of the group, and the group is entirely student-run.
Links of artists: https://www.hangovers.com/
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