Kanga Blue

Kanga Blue is the student-led female a cappella group at the University of Akron, located in Akron, Ohio.

The group was founded during the Fall semester of 2010, as a result of a lack of opportunities for female singers. Dr. Dale Mugler, the Dean of the Honors College at the time, had the idea to start a new female a cappella group to give more opportunity to female-vocalists. This group would later be known as “Kanga-Blue.”

As of April of 2014, the ladies of Kanga-Blue dropped the hyphen, performed their first bi-annual concert, and became recognized as an official student organization at the University of Akron.

Since its founding in 2010, Kanga Blue has partaken in copious events, both on and off campus grounds. From creating a music video in order to raise sexual assault awareness, to performing at fundraising events such as Zips for St. Jude, this group has truly made a name for itself.

If you are a student at the University of Akron and are interested in joining Kanga Blue, you can contact the group at [email protected], or through their webpage here.