Dec. 19, 2008 5:40 PM
  • Length: 9:42 minutes (8 MB)

Straight No Chaser is a 10-man a cappella group. They first sang together over a decade ago at the University of Indiana. Recently, the group posted a popular video of themselves on YouTube, and they got an unexpected offer—a music deal with Atlantic Records.

Nikki Gloudeman spoke with members Walter Chase and David Roberts about what the New York Times has called the "most unlikely major-label story of the year."

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