Some people from the current generation have never really heard many songs from the past (at least before 1980). But, we wish they did more often.
There are so many things that are yet to be discovered. When you have to think about it, people really have been missing out on a lot as they are only focused on gems from today while forgetting those from the past. But here’s four young women who sing a song from the 1960s and make it sound so good that everyone will want to hear it again.
The song is “I’m Into Something Good”, a classic pop rock song by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, first recorded and released by Herman’s Hermits in 1964. The song is known for its upbeat and positive lyrics, which tell the story of a person who is feeling good and has found something special. The song has been covered by many artists over the years and is still loved by fans of all ages.
These four Towson University students went on to found the Baltimore-based Girls Quartet (GQ), which is an a capella quartet that sings classic songs. It’s easy to see why they are successful: they have the voices of angels. This is amazing. Watch the full video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!
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