Jeeves Murphy

DC Ambassador
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Jeeves has been an Ambassador for the Contemporary A Cappella Society since 2007. As the current DC Ambassador, Jeeves focuses on supporting the a cappella scene locally in The District. But as the founder of the A Cappella Embassy, Jeeves looks to pool the resources from CASA Ambassadors in MD, DC, and VA in order to form a larger, more cohesive community. Jeeves currently sings with Euphonism and Snow Day in DC.
Jeeves Murphy

Recent blog posts written by Jeeves Murphy

VoCALnation 2012 Pickups

DC Represent!

VoCALnation 2013 – legitimately the hottest a cappella festival of the year! –  has come and gone.  Hundreds of a cappella singers and fans engaged in enlightening classes and conversations, enjoyed thrilling acabombs, a showcase of CAL groups, and a professional concert, and reveled in the shared love for music.  My family and friends that amassed in Philadelphia have since […]

A Stronger Family of Singers

I couldn’t even begin to describe to you the incredible things I’ve seen in the past few months.  From Los Angeles to DC to the streets of Boston – high schools, colleges, professionals, amateurs.  It doesn’t matter where or even who, but the clear commonality is music. In Los Angeles, it was my pleasure to […]

Mo5aic Up Close

The Transcripts – February 5, 2013

Hey a cappella fans!  This is Jeeves, serving up some fresh a cappella news for you!  With all the craziness of LAAF and other cool stuff going on, I wasn’t able to get a video out for today, but I still wanted to get some information out there for the masses.  So here we go! […]

Socks The Cat

The Transcripts – January 29, 2013

Yes… that is a picture of Socks the Cat.  Wanna make something of it? Hey there, Embassy Fans!  This is Jeeves in Washington, DC.  This week, I had the distinct pleasure of heading up to my alma mater, UMBC, to hang out with the Cleftomaniacs as they prepare for the ICCA Quarterfinals at Johns Hopkins […]

The Transcripts – January 22, 2013

Hey there, Embassy Fans!  This is Jeeves in Washington, DC.  I’m trying out a new type of Embassy Briefing and I hope you guys will enjoy it!  Our own, Brian Brandler, took our original Embassy Briefing and ran with it – posting once or twice a week on our Facebook page and Twitter (which you […]

DCAF 2012 – This Is Why I Do This

The more time I spend at college campuses in this region, the more two facts present themselves – two facts that are very exciting to me and should be to the a cappella community as a whole.  This past weekend, I spent my Saturday night inside Healy Hall at Georgetown University enjoying some sweet a […]

Gee-Dub A Cappella – Stronger Force Than Sandy

On this, the eve of SoJam X, my excitement is mounting.  The reasons for this are mostly obvious.  I mean, it’s SoJam X – FORK, Pentatonix, competitions, PickUps, AcaBombs, Workshops, and all of my friends in the a cappella world.  This weekend is just going to be amazing, I have no doubt about that.  But […]

SoJam X Descends Upon Raleigh! (and other reasons you should go)

With all of the “end times” talk lately – all of the prophecies of the world ending on May 21st, Facebook Shutting down in October, or how the Mayans apparently got lazy and didn’t finish their calendar (bastards) – I’m surprised that this one got overlooked.  I guess it’s a lesser known prophesy, but nonetheless an important one. It […]

The Gourmet Pairing of Music and Lyrics

I consider myself lucky. I was born at a time when the top songs in America included the likes of “Careless Whisper” by George Michael, “Like a Virgin” by the inimitable Madonna, and Lionel Richie’s “Say You, Say Me.” Luckily for me, I didn’t grow up listening to any of this crap. My mom was […]

State Of The Embassy #1: The First Month

As I pull away from Union Station in DC on my way to Boston for the brand new a cappella festival, Boston Sings (BOSS), my mind peruses the catalog of events from the past month or so that have brought The A Cappella Embassy to where it is now.  It’s been an interesting ride getting […]