Ball in the House is an R&B/soul/pop a cappella group based out of their hometown of Boston, MA. With their extensive tour schedule (approx 150 shows a year), Ball in the House has performed all over the country at theaters, clubs, schools, and festivals. They have performed with such artists as The Beach Boys, Fantasia, The Jonas Brothers, Gladys Knight, Lionel Richie, Jessica Simpson, Blondie,The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, KC & The Sunshine Band, and numerous others. For six years Ball in the House were the voices behind the Kraft Cool Whip commercials. Ball in the House has appeared on The TODAY Show, America’s Got Talent, The Daily Buzz, and the Philadelphia 4th of July Parade. The Boston Globe says of the group, “Ball in the House has everything you would expect to find in a successful pop/R&B band…the one thing it doesn’t have is instruments.”
Following in the path of classic harmony groups like Boyz II Men, The Temptations, and Take 6, while incorporating the pop and neo-soul influence of artists like Bruno Mars, Daft Punk, and Pharrell Williams, five member veteran vocal band, Ball in the House, will move audiences and make audiences move.
Wautoma High School Choir will be joining them onstage during the performance!
Silvercryst Supper Club and Living Stone Bistro Dinner Packages are available for purchase!
Tickets will officially go on sale Monday, June 5th!
Ball in the House was chosen as the 2013 APCA (Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities) Band of the Year.
“Get It Together”, released exclusively online through burnlounge, soared to the #1 slot for the week March 7th, 2006. With burnlougne.com’s song catalog of over 1.5 million songs including artists like Black Eyed Peas, Coldplay, Kelly Clarkson and James Blunt, this is an unprecedented achievement for an independent band.
The single, Change Face, from the Think About It EP, recieved national & international radio & video adds and won an honorable mention from the 13th Annual Billboard Song Contest.
Their first radio single, Something I Dont Know, charted for six (6) consecutive weeks in the Top 100 on the national AC Charts, peaking at #17.
*2013 APCA (Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities) Band of the Year
*16th Annual Billboard World Song Contest – Honorable Mentions Come Back To Me, Get It Together, Crawlin Out From Under, Trust Me, Addicted, What More Do You Need, Heavy On My Mind, Let You Lead (Granite Ave. LP)
*MTV – The Next Best Thing Contest – Top 10 Finalist – 2006
*13th Annual Billboard World Song Contest – Honorable Mention – Change Face (Think About It EP)
*VH1/Save the Music Songwriting Award – Think About It – Hip/Hop R&B Song of the Month Runner Up – August 2005
ACA Awards 2005
*Favorite Pop/Rock Group Ball in the House
*Favorite Male Vocalist Aaron Loveland
*Favorite Vocal Percussionist Jon Ryan
*Favorite Songwriter (runner-up) Dan Szymczak
*Favorite Arranger (runner-up) Tim Foust
*CARA Awards Original Song of the Year runner-up Change Face
*WBZ Boston- Jordan Rich Show-Feb 2013
*NPR Feature on the Here & Now program Nov. 2008
*National Cool Whip campaign for Kraft Foods. Twenty-one campaigns have aired since 2001.
*First radio single, “Something I Dont Know”, charted 6 consecutive weeks in the Top 100 on the national AC Charts.
*Live appearances: WXKS Kiss 108 (Boston), WMBX 102.3 (W. Palm Beach), Mix 93.7 (St. Louis), Jam’n 94.5 (Boston), WROR 105.7 (Boston), WLKZ 104.9 (Gilford), WNNH 99.1 (Concord), Radio Disney (Orlando), WHOB (Nashua), and many more.
* NBC – TODAY Show Live performance on Rockefeller Plaza & feature segment
*CBS – The Early Show Living Room Live Competition
*CW – The Daily Buzz Live performance & feature segment
* Eight-time featured Performer on the Telethon of Stars
* Featured headliner on the WBZ Christmas Telethon (Boston) to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital
* Finale performance in the Southwest Airlines ABC July 4th Parade in Philadelphia with a live audience over 500,000 and several million TV viewers.
* Recent appearances on national broadcast tv and news show WKYC Good Day Cleveland (Cleveland), FKTVI Fox 2 (St. Louis), WPBC ABC 25 (W. Palm Beach), WTTG Fox (Wash, DC), WHDH NBC 7 (Boston), WBZ CBS 4 (Boston), WFXT Fox (Dedham), WHEC NBC 10 (Rochester), WB 56 (Boston), and others.
“It’s a tribute to Boston’s Ball in the House that the first thing you marvel at upon hearing its debut is the beauty of the songs – a tasty mlange of classic street-corner soul, funk, and hip-hop – and the remarkable way the band’s voices interlock.”
“The guys in Ball in the House dont need instruments to make music. They redefine pop by presenting it a cappella style, with just their voices.”
Milva Didomizio, Boston Globe
“They have raised the bar with interlocking voices blended to perfection and have developed a tight show that features their own classic street-corner soul, funk and hip-hop. Theyre a musical force unto themselves.”
B.J. Gage, Neponset Valley Daily News