A band of vocal brothers, Kings Return is a Dallas-based a cappella group created in 2016 by Gabe Kunda, Vaughn Faison, J. E. McKissic, and Jamall Williams. After initially singing for Kunda’s graduation recital, the quartet’s popularity soared when the group started posting videos to social media from the stairwell where the singers rehearsed. The ensemble, which has more than ten million views across digital platforms, derives inspiration from gospel, jazz, R&B, soul, and classical music.
“The name Kings Return is a reflection of ourselves,” the group asserts. “We are kings who go forth to conquer, but most importantly we return to give back to our community.”
A portion of the program will feature Penn State a cappella ensembles.
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Thank you to Penn State School of Music for hosting this presentation.