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Wes Carroll (born September 27, 1970) is one of the pioneering practitioners of vocal percussion in contemporary a cappella music. He is credited as a primary teacher of this art form, primarily through instructional videos and DVDs first created in the late 1990s.
He was the founding vocal percussionist for the Boston vocal band Five O'Clock Shadow, and later joined the San-Francisco based "rock band without instruments" The House Jacks, founded by Deke Sharon.
Carroll also teaches mathematics and is a puzzle enthusiast.
- New York Times, "Doo-Wop-A-Doo Will No Longer Do", June 22, 1997
- Casa.org, "A Cappella Originals from CASA", August 17, 2006
- Eichenwald, Kurt. (June 22, 1997) The New York Times 'Doo-Wop-a-Doo' Will No Longer Do Section: Arts & Entertainment.
- Tess, Chris. (August 17, 2006) Casa.org A Cappella Originals from CASA
- New York Times (cached) "New York Times: Doo-Wop-A-Doo Will No Longer Do"
- beatboxing.com "Beatboxing.com interview with Wes Carroll"
- housejacks.com The House Jacks
- Mouthdrumming.com Promotional site
- a-cappella.com Published Works
- casa.org "Vocal Percussion monthly with Wes Carroll"
- casa.org "Wes Carroll voted Favorite Vocal Percussionist"
- General-Anzieger "Alltag raus, Spaß rein, Tür zu"
- harmony-sweepstakes.com "Wes Carroll Vocal Percussion award" inaugurated
- Other Press (cached) "Wes in the Press"
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