Kent Clarks Showcase their Talent on NBC’s "Today Show"
The semester ended on a high note for Kent State University’s contemporary a cappella singing group.
Dressed in their blue and gold, the Kent Clarks recently shared their talent on the plaza of NBC’s “Today Show.”
The 16-member group sang a mix of Top 40 hit songs on the show before heading inside the studio to watch Lady Antebellum perform. The group also met Anna Kendrick, the star of “Pitch Perfect 2.”
This is the second star-studded performance for the Kent Clarks in the past few months. Last December, they performed for President Barack Obama and the first lady Michelle Obama.
The Kent Clarks are an organization made up of students pursing all types of majors, who have a passion to create and perform.
Watch here as group members Matthew Gilkerson, Meagan Eishen, Samantha Velotta and Rachel Rudel talk about their experience on the “Today Show.”
The Kent Clarks, a Kent State University student a cappella singing group, pose for a picture after singing on NBC’s “Today Show.”