Skip directly to content

A Trumphant Return to Indiana

The blog

  • Dec 06, 2011
    A Trumphant Return to Indiana

    ABC's RTV6 interviewed Straight No Chaser before their big Hoosier show in Indiana! Excitedly calling the audience, "A little bit rowdy!", the boys were extremely happy to put on the show, calling all their most recent endeavours, "a dream come true". You can see the clip right here.

    7
    Blog category:
SNCMusic.com WebCrew's picture
on 6 December 2011 - 7:00pm

ABC's RTV6 interviewed Straight No Chaser before their big Hoosier show in Indiana! Excitedly calling the audience, "A little bit rowdy!", the boys were extremely happy to put on the show, calling all their most recent endeavours, "a dream come true". You can see the clip right here.

Comments

Tara Marie Ahn's picture

I'm always impressed by the interviews SNC has done!!! :)
Tara Marie Ahn's picture

S, I don't think the EPs count toward their total. #butwhatdoiknow
Rene A's picture

awesome interview! Enjoy the ride,guys!!!!
Courtney Fife McNett's picture

Love it, love them!!! And I've seen the guys perform in Bloomington, Indy, and Evansville, and every Indiana crowd is just as rowdy as the last!!! :) It's great to be a chaser, and even better to be a chaser from the Hoosier state!!! Have fun wrapping up the tour, and have a great Christmas guys!!!
Betty897X's picture

I feel like I have to comment on this just to complete the trifecta of central Indiana Chasers. ;-) I actually got up early and caught this while getting ready for work on Friday. I NEVER get up earlier than I have to and I did for this, so . . .
Tic Tac Lady's picture

Always great to see SNC live...ESPECIALLY in the Hoosier state with lots of family and friends in the audience!! So glad to see them getting the recognition they deserve!!!
S. Brandon's picture

Very cool - thanks for posting. Their "second" tour? How exactly is she counting those? I've seen "only" four shows, once a holiday season since 2008, and there have been spring runs, too. I do have question: it has been said since day one that the would be singing on for a five-album contract with Atlantic records. Where does that stand? Do the EP's "count" as albums? This interview mentioned doing another CD in the spring. Has the contract been extended, or what? Not sure what Atlantic considers success, but a fan base for a group like this -- loved, but not *quite* mainstream (getting there!), I'd say their number of sold-out show and rapidly approaching 200,000 fans on FB is pretty good sign that Craig Kallman knows what he's doing. :-)