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Naturally 7 are a vocal band from New York. The seven member band use no instruments but their own voices. Their repertoire ...
includes R & B, soul, and gospel.
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Laila: Imagine an instrumental band with no instruments. Naturally 7 vocal power needs no back up. Welcome to watchmojo.com. I am your host Laila and I just met up with these well known chart topping artist to find out just how they do it.
I am Warren.
I am Dwight Garfield.
I am Hops.
Laila: You obviously all have so much talent and you still have to work your butts off just to get some kind of visibility. What are your impressions about the amount of work you had to put in to make it, despite of your incredible talent?
Warren: Being a vocal band we chose to work hard. We had to work harder than most bands because we are the instruments and the singers as well.
Rod Eldridge: That's the way success comes with anything. There is probably very few, if any, true overnight success. Everything comes from a lot of hard work and a lot of diligence. So we just feel like its part of the game.
Laila: Can you guys play the instruments that you replicate?
Rod Eldridge: Very few of us actually play the instruments. Actually it's hard for any of us with the exception of the base man right here that actually plays base.
Warren: Studying the instrument and trying to mimic the instrument, you do have to listen to it. Listen to plays of that as --
Laila: How did the European market kind of heighten your musical career?
Roger: We headed out to Europe around 2003 and we had the couple number ones out there and some top tens and I guess they were just a little bit more open to what we were doing, because what we do is so different.
Laila: Touring with Michael Buble what's that like in terms of the audience?
Jamal: If you love music, you are probably going to love vocals of some sort and the way that we do and we have a different spin on it so that makes it even more interesting.
Dwight: Every word, every ounce of the show we had the responding to and that's been a blessing as well.
Laila: What's the feeling of performing on the Paris metro for like a small group of interested people?
Armand: The Paris sub way, the whole idea some of us, i.e myself was against it. I didn't think it was going to be that good and then when we got on you know here in the energy that Dwight had and when Jamal came in and finally we are with the high hats and finally I was like, well, and let me sing my part now.
Rod Eldridge: We love it all. Whether a big crowd, little crowd, three or four people on train --