Pentatonix to perform in Red Bank

Ed Condran
Asbury Park Press
July 17, 2013
The success of a cappella act Straight No Chaser is encouraging for Pentatonix.“They’re doing great and that proves that there is room for a cappella groups,” Hoying said.
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Straight No Chaser at Wolf Trap

By Jessica Vaughan
DC Metro Theater Arts
July 1, 2013
The group is known for the magical way they improve on originals, as well as their medleys, and a sneaky sense of humor. All were on display.

The second song was cut short when soloist Jerome Collins fainted in the heat, which was scary for a moment but he was back onstage for the next number and cracked jokes the rest of the night about it.

...Collins said at the end, “I am never going to live this down.”
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In the article she mentions that the other guys "fainted" themselves at every opportunity to tease Jerome. Here are a couple of those moments caught on video.

Hi-De-Ho angle 1 (video credit: Tara Marie Ahn)

Hi-De-Ho angle 2 (video credit: CmonEileenR)

Somebody That I Used to Know / Seggie's Intro (video credit: jfuter1)

She also mentions that SNC was actually prevented by the venue from doing their normal post-show meet & greet because of a downpour. This is only the second time I can think of that they didn't do one (the first time being the night they had to rush off immediately after their show to sing "One Voice" in AC with Barry Manilow during his show). It was obvious the guys felt badly about missing it.

lol! Quite the memorable show! I know we're all VERY glad that Jerome was okay. :o)