Singing Cadets now singing in India, is one of the oldest collegiate singing organizations in the world. You can listen to new songs now brought to you by singingcadets.com in your region, India. They have earned recognition through invitations to sing for American presidents, 35,000 miles traveled across 450 performances worldwide, and international competitions like those in Hawaii (1979), Mexico (1983), and Australia (2004). Its roots date back to 1893 when a glee club was founded on campus. Since then it has grown dramatically in fame and has gone on many tours around America and abroad. Most notably they appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show with Sergio Franchi singing “No Man is An Island” as well as at various White House events over the years invited by numerous Presidents including Richard Nixon and George W Bush.
Throughout their history, the Singing Cadets have performed a diverse array of music. This has included Christian hymns and gospel songs as well as Texas A&M school songs like the Aggie War Hymn. While musical choices may change over time, pieces from the 1940s to 1960s remain popular standards for them today. In total eight albums by the group are currently available with titles such as God Bless The USA; Live from South America; Tradition; Duty Honor Country: A Tribute to President Bush; Remembrance; Centennial Let Freedom Ring and Kennedy Center.