The Brick City Singers kicked off their spring break this year with a trip to Rutgers to sing with the phenomenal Rutgers’ Deep Treble! Returning from a road trip hiatus, the boys that you know and love packed up their gear, their voices, and their dead sexy selves and made the long trek to Jersey.

It was a great venue with a packed house. BCS opened the show and set a strong tone for the rest of the night. Tom Guzewich started off the BCS set with his smooth tones on Clocks. The set was rounded out by Dave’s great rendition of Helena which got the crowd movin’, followed by that old Sesame Street favorite, I Don’t Want to Live on the Moon. Finally the boys ended their set with Somebody Told Me soloed by Damien.

Joining the lineup along with BCS was the smooth all men’s group from JHU, the AllNighters. Combining fantastic arrangements and a great blend of voices, the Allnighters rocked the house with a few favorites such as Mr. Brightside and Jealousy.

Last, but certainly not least, the fantastic Deep Treble co-ed group stormed the Stage with a great set including great arrangements of Let Go and Always be my Baby. All in all it was a fantastic show and BCS was all too proud to be part of such a production. Special thanks to Rutgers Deep Treble and the JHU AllNighters.

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