FALMOUTH – There’s a reason people stand out in the rain waiting to enter for a Hyannis Sound performance. They are that good.
Hyannis Sound is an a cappella group made up of college-aged guys who perform all summer long on Cape Cod every year.
At a recent gig at First Congregational Church in Falmouth, they brought down the house with their rendition of Kenny Loggins’ “Footloose.”
The church was packed with more than 150 people who enjoyed a set list that featured a lot of cool renditions of familiar tunes, from Burt Bacharach’s “Alfie” to George Michael’s “Freedom.”
Out front, that’s Matt Goldstein, 21, from Sharon, MA, a recent graduate of Vassar College. This was his first summer performing with Hyannis Sound.
Seeing this all out performance of “Footloose,” in a church–no less–was, indeed, uplifting.
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