There are 4 groups using the name Touche.

1) A group from LA comprised of Alex Lilly and Bram Inscore.

2) A German boyband, which was known in Central Europe from 1997 to 1999. The original members were Glenn, Dennis, Alex, Martin and Karim. Their producer was the well-known Modern Talking member Dieter Bohlen.
In 1999, Karim left the band and Touché continue without him but didn’t get the same success than before.
In 2001, the band split up but in 2002 Alex and Martin tried the comeback with new members who replaced Dennis and Glenn, they were Donny and Chris. They published a new single “Can’t Hurry Love” (Phil Collins cover) but it was totally flop.

3) A Danish a cappella jazz ensemble who is known for big band-like arrangements, awesome swing and tender ballads.
They are very inspired by The Singers Unlimited, The Real Group and other vocal jazz groups and artists.
Touche consists of 14 singers, musicology and music academy students, who together with conductor/arranger Jesper Holm have adapted the traditional Count Basie sound to an energetic a cappella big band style.
During the past couple of years the Touche ensemble has taken first prize in a number of Danish and international choir festivals, and lately the ensemble has performed at various international vocal group events.

4) A 70s Canadian disco group from Vancouver. Bob Rock (who produced Metallica) was working with them.

Edited by jbgd on 29 Apr 2015, 21:26

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