An A Cappella Concert?
If you were to host a concert in a venue with great acoustics but where, for whatever reason, a sound system did not make sense, who would you book? And who might come?
Gold City has been staging a completely acappella, unamplified version of One Scarred Hand (as here). While it’s quite likely that neither Josh Cobb nor Tim Riley could use their ranges to fullest effect without amplification, they could certainly do a few songs.
The Kingdom Heirs have been singing the Statesmen classic “Beyond the Gates” in recent months. Though they sing most of the song amplified, they lower their microphones at the end for an almost-unamplified final chorus, pulling it off well enough to suggest that they could do the complete song and possibly several others in like manner.
The Crist Family has been known for doing songs without instruments or amplification, at least at some concert venues. (An example is here.) With seven singers, they have enough opportunity to take breaks that they could probably sing enough songs to be a major portion of the program.
Who else would you put on the program?