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09-01-2005 03:10 AM

Welcome to the MadAve Forum!
Welcome to the 36 Madison Avenue section of the forums!

36 Madison Avenue (MadAve) is Drew's only all-male a cappella group. Formed in 1989, this sassy and classy group of guys continues to perform at a variety of venues, both on and off-campus. MadAve hosts at least three campus-wide concerts a year, including Jam Fest, one of Drew's most highly attended events.

In addition to singing at concerts, every January MadAve goes on their annual "JanTour," in which the 10-15 of us pile into a van, and roam the countryside spreading the joy that is a cappella!

MadAve has no specific style or theme. Most of the time, we're just out to have a good time, singing everything from James Taylor, to Outkast, to Tenacious D, to Billy Joel.

Auditions are held at the beginning of each semester. We look for all male voice parts (sorry ladies!), and accept strapping young lads from any year, freshman to senior.

For more information, please check out our website at:


If you're interested in Drew's other a cappella groups, check out the other three!

On a Different Note - Drew's only all-female a cappella group!


All of the Above - Drew's original co-ed a cappella group


Shadow of His Wings (WHOS) - Drew's newest addition to the wonderful world of a cappella. A co-ed group with a Christian theme.

(No website yet, but they have a forum link!)



Keep an eye out for us (and the other folks) on campus. If you need to contact us, just check out website for all the necessary info.

Thanks, welcome, and have fun posting!

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