The Clef Hangers, hailing from the University of North Carolina, have released their newest album, “House Rules,” online. With “House Rules,” The Clef Hangers have put together another album that’s all raw talent, polished production, southern charm and swagger. The mix of songs is eclectic, ranging from Michael Buble’s “Haven’t Met You Yet” to “Water Runs Dry” by Boyz II Men. And for long-time fans of The Clef Hangers, they have recorded their signature take on Toto’s “Africa.”
Founded in the fall of 1977, the Clef Hangers (or “Clefs” for short) have built themselves into an internationally-respected all-male collegiate toure-de-force. In their 34 years of existence, the Clefs have released 16 award-winning, all-around-amazing albums, and performed for audiences on campus and far beyond – as far as Los Angeles, Italy, Jamaica, New York and Scotland, in fact. They were even shown on ABC’s “Good Morning America” once. But no matter where they’ve gone, every year, they pack Memorial Hall on campus during their semi-annual fall and spring concerts.
Make sure to get “House Rules,” the latest contribution to a long-standing tradition of quality music from The Clef Hangers. And come back to this blog often for more news about our artists!