Southern Tonic is an all male, post-collegiate a cappella group based in the Atlanta, GA area. We sing contemporary pop, rock hits that span several generations, along with the occasional B-Side from "semi-obscure" artists. Currently at 5 full time members, we sing for the love of music.
We take our music seriously, but don't take ourselves too seriously.
Seven Bridges Road at Land of a Thousand Hills
Monday, Dec 11th from 4pm to 7pm - Five Points Station - MARTA
Wednesday, Dec 13th from 4pm to 7pm - Lindbergh Station - MARTA
Saturday, Feb 10th at 8pm - Canton Theatre
Lee comes from a musical background being involved in both instrumental and vocal
groups going as far back as the childhood church choirs, and all types of groups in
between. Lee studied French Horn performance for a while in college,(being the black
sheep of the performance studio) and thus deciding he didn't want to perform or teach,
moved on to his current full time profession.
Lee is a commercial photographer by day, and aca fan by night. Southern Tonic was born out of Lee's desire to sing in an all male, post - collegiate group. Not finding any such group in Atlanta, Southern Tonic became a reality.
Lee has several passions that sustain his downtime; college football, bbq, contemporary a capella, baseball, & Straight No Chaser concerts.
Matthew bases his life philosophies on web comics...
"You don't become great by trying to be great. You become great by wanting to do something, and then doing it so hard that you become great in the process."
~Randall Munroe, xkcd
Kenji has participated in a number of musical groups during his college and graduate school days, including an all-male acapella group, mixed voice Renaissance, concert choirs, both all male and mixed, plus a few barbershop quartets. Most recently, until he was found by Southern Tonic, he has been living in semi-seclusion in Northern Quebec ever since the unfortunate Denny Pratt tragedy.
This is John. 'nough said.
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