Committed (group)

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Committed is an a cappella group of six male vocalists from Huntsville, Alabama, all students at Oakwood University, a historically black Seventh-day Adventist school in Huntsville.[1] The group—Therry Thomas, Dennis Baptiste, Tommy Gervais, Geston Pierre, Robert Pressley and Maurice Staple—began singing together in 2003, inspired by another a cappella group that originated at Oakwood, Take 6.[2]

The group won the second season of the musical competition The Sing-Off. They won the title on the finale broadcast on December 20, 2010 broadcast on NBC, singing a vocal "a cappella" arrangement of "We Are the Champions" from Queen.

The singing group released their self-titled album Committed on Epic Records.

Performances on The Sing Off[edit]

  • Episode 1: "This Love"
  • Episode 2: "Apologize"
  • Episode 3: "Every Breath You Take"
  • Episode 3: "I Want It That Way"
  • Episode 4: "Let's Stay Together"
  • Episode 4: "Usher medley"
  • Finale: "Motownphilly"
  • Finale: "Hold My Hand"
  • Finale: "We Are The Champions"


  • Committed
  • Home for Christmas


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