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The Binghamtonics are a
co-ed acappella group from Binghamton University in Binghamton, New
York. They were formed in 1987 and are a totally student run group.
The group has an average of 13 members selected through an audition
process held at several times during the year. Their near ten year
history has created a large list of
The 'Tonics perform at many
concerts during the academic
year. The songs they sing cover a large part of the musical spectrum.
In one concert you may hear them sing a song by the Nylons, a popular
professional acappella group, followed quickly by a parody of the Muppet
Show theme song. Audiences love them for their energy, their funny skits,
and of course their music.
Over the ten years of the group's existence, they can list as their
accomplishments many things. They have performed at other universities
including concerts with the Columbia University Metrotones, Vassar
College Devils, Penn State Pennharmonics, and George Washington
University Troubadors. The 'Tonics have been a part of many charity
events both on and off campus including an annual AIDS benefit concert
held at Binghamton University. They recently competed in the
Contemorary A Capella Society (CASA) competition - Mid-Atlantic
The Binghamtonics have had the priviledge to produce four albums. Their
Instruments Not Included
was recorded by the '92-'93 Binghamtonics. Their second album,
Hooked on 'Tonics was recorded by
the '94-'95 Binghamtonics. Their third album Three
was recorded and produced by the '97-'98 'Tonics and released at the
10th Anniversary Concert. Live At Cassadesus was released at the Fall '99 Tonics
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