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Binding: Audio CD Brand: Masterworks EAN: 0888750136527 Feature: Shrink-wrapped Format: CD Item Dimensions:3949421564 Label: SONY MASTERWORKS Languages:SpanishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown Manufacturer: SONY MASTERWORKS Model: 30104686 MPN: 30104686 Number Of Discs: 1 Number Of Items: 1 Publication Date: 2014 Publisher: SONY MASTERWORKS Release Date: October 27, 2014 Running Time: 51 minutes Studio: SONY MASTERWORKS
Product Description: "Peter Hollens," the Self-titled Debut Album from the YouTube A Cappella Star
Featuring Guest Artists Jackie Evancho, Lindsey Stirling and Avi Kaplan from Pentatonix
More Than 100 Million YouTube Views More Than 750,000 YouTube Subscribers 1.1 Million Google Plus subscribers More Than 123,000 Facebook fans 80,000 plus Twitter followers
Peter Hollens is an American pop singer and producer best known for his work on YouTube as an a cappella artist. Hollens is a one man Pentatonix he sings ALL parts of every song and then layers and blends them together. With over 750,000 YouTube subscribers, his videos have more than 100 million views, and his creativity is prolific, releasing a new video every two weeks. Hollens has collaborated with some of YouTube s biggest artists, including Sabrina Carpenter, Lindsey Stirling, George Watsky and Tyler Ward as well as Jason Mraz and Hunter Hayes. Peter's self-titled debut album includes some of his greatest YouTube hits available for the first time on CD such as "Misty Mountains," "I Won't Give Up," "Skyrim" featuring Lindsey Stirling on violin, and the "Les Misérables Medley." The album also features new music including "Hallelujah" by Leonard Cohen, featuring multi-platinum teen vocalist, Jackie Evancho, "Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair" featuring Avi Kaplan from Pentatonix, along with Peter's version of U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."
Peter Hollens has released over 70 digital singles and has been involved with a cappella music since 1999 when he co-founded the University of Oregon's male a cappella group On The Rocks. In 2010 he was featured on season two of NBC's "The Sing Off" with On The Rocks. He also advises many companies including Patreon, Loudr, Tubular and is on the YouTube creator advisory board. He believes in helping and educating his peers and often consults and advises many artists.