Princeton Footnotes

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The Princeton Footnotes
Also known as The Feet
Origin Princeton, NJ
Genres Collegiate a cappella
Years active 1959–present

The Princeton Footnotes are a traditional all-male a cappella group from Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.[1] The Footnotes are a student-run, semi-professional performance group. They are a part of Princeton University's "arch-rotation" a cappella organization, which includes the Nassoons, Tigertones, Katzenjammers, Roaring Twenty, Tigerlilies, Tigressions, and Wildcats.

The Footnotes came in third in the National Collegiate A Cappella Championship Semi-Final in 2000. The group also was recognized by the Contemporary A Cappella Society through their selection of the Footnotes' rendition of "Boogie Down" for their "Best of College A Cappella Volume 1" album.[2] They have performed for President George H. W. Bush at the White House, Lee Iacocca at Chrysler, and the New Jersey Lottery.

They appeared on Season Four of The Sing-Off.[3]

In 2014, the Footnotes were selected for BOCA's "Best of BOCA: The First 20 Years" album for their arrangement of "Boogie Down" by Al Jarreau.

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  1. ^ "Collegiate-Acappella Directory of College A Cappella Groups H-R". Retrieved 10 December 2013. 
  2. ^ [1] Archived September 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ "The Sing Off | NBC". Retrieved 10 December 2013.