• You should certainly expect more than a semi good time from these boys in burgundy.Emily Harris, Exeposé
  • If you like a capella, see this show. If you like dubstep, rap, pop or rock music, see this show. Essentially, if you have ever listened to a piece of music and had any response other than wanting to tear your own ears off, you will probably find something to please you in Semi-Toned’s set list.Charlotte Ivers, www.broadwaybaby.com
  • During intermission we were already getting requests to bring them back. That says it all.Christina Tassy, Culture Shock, Miami, FL


Semi-Toned: Sing Theory


STUSA17 Blog 21/22 : End of the Road

So, after seven states, 12 performances, and countless McDonalds’, we arrived in Richmond Kentucky for our final gig of the tour. We could see the university from a mile off, with its huge campus, and, when we arrived, the arts centre certainly didn’t disappoint. As had become second nature after three weeks, we piled into the venue and sought out the green room for snacks and wifi. There’s a lot to be said for the more intimate venues that we’ve played on tour, but there’s nothing quite like walking out onto the stage of a university theatre with its tiered balconies and thousands of seats for the first time. It’s

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STUSA17 Blog 19/20: Kentucky Khaos

We rose at a relatively normal time, for once, and clambered onto the bus for a hopeful 11am departure to drive to Kentucky. Yet again, we made the mistake of giving Ed Jillings the single room available and as such he was invariably nowhere to be seen at 11 o’clock. Many people were still merry from the previous evening’s social with Count Me In. In a futile attempt to help, Alfie offered Sylvan a chocolate croissant. However this was to no avail and the stodgy pastry was swiftly spat out onto the pavement outside the bus. We eventually settled in for what was the longest bus journey of tour so far.

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