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Why We Belt It Out

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

British musicologist Alisun Pawley recently spent "30 nights undercover" at clubs and bars in an attempt to determine what factors make one pop song more "sing-along-able" than another. She joins us to talk about the findings of a study she co-authored with Daniel Mullensiefen, including a top ten list and data on what kind of voice inspires us to sing.


Alisun Pawley

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