Two Really Famous Singing Groups Just United, What They Sang Blew Me Away.

BYU’s Vocal Point and The All-American Boys Chorus are powerhouses on their own.  Each group is world-renowned for their original harmonies and spine-tingling notes.

Vocal Point has steadily been increasing in worldwide popularity this year.  The group, which was founded in 1991 by BYU students, has won three Pearl awards, the 2006 International Championship of Collegiate A Capella, and even a top 5 place on an NBC singing show, “The Sing Off.”

Need more proof?  Their cover of “I Lived” is so good you’ll drool a little.

And the All-American Boys Chorus?  Don’t even get me started.

This group has been around for over 50 years and tours around the world.  Comprised of 100 boys ages 8-15, they have performed with celebrities like Josh Groban, Bob Hope, John Williams, and Steve Allen.  Many claim they are America’s most beloved choir.

So when these two groups teamed up to sing “Homeward Bound,” it was definitely going to be legendary.  And indeed it is.

Watch below and share this incredible performance today!

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