The Duke’s Men of Yale, an a cappella singing group from New Haven, Connecticut was founded in 1952, and is the youngest all-male a cappella group at Yale. Over the past 54 years, “da doox” have grown from a young quartet into a rowdy family of more than 350 singers. They have performed internationally, made several CD’s, and appeared before President Clinton twice as well as on a CBS Sunday morning special.
Edited by RichardFenn on 10 Aug 2006, 05:16
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