Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye (Level IV) - In 1969, an unknown band released a single with a throwaway song on the B side called, "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye". The song became a huge hit and persists today as a crowd chant sung at sporting events. Your audiences will love joining in with you for the big finish. This arrangement is of moderate difficulty and features a baritone solo, later joined by another baritone singing a simple echoing duet. The fever builds to the finish in this piece with a handful of tenor 1 and tenor 2 divisi, creating in your show a 60's psychedelic, "love-in" moment to remember.
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Bob Eggers grew up in a house full of song studying piano, guitar, harmony and music theory. He learned part singing in folk and rock bands in the 60's. At Yale he fell in love with a cappella singing, where he directed and arranged for the Whiffenpoofs and Society of Orpheus and Bacchus, starting a life-long passion for choral arranging.
Bob has arranged over 100 pieces for both men's and mixed choirs. He founded and directs his own internationally known a cappella band, Blue of a Kind, whose CD,To the Sky, is available on CD Baby.
Mr. Eggers is music archivist for both the Whiffenpoofs and Society of Orpheus and Bacchus and has preserved and restored hundreds of classic arrangements from the rich Yale a cappella tradition. He has served on the boards of the Yale Alumni Chorus, where he also sings tenor, and the Yale Society of Orpheus and Bacchus.