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THEY MAKE MUSIC WITH THEIR MOUTHS: RCA’s a cappella quintet Pentatonix finished a two-night stand at  legendary Sunset Strip venue The Roxy last night, celebrating the release of their Christmas full-length (which is now #5 at iTunes). The shows were delicately wedged into a packed schedule that included a Conan appearance and the shooting of the next two videos to be serviced to their 6.5 million YouTube subscribers. At the Roxy, the fivesome delivered their finely honed mix of Pop hits, standards, holiday classics and originals—not to mention a confetti cannon, for seasonally appropriate snowy effect—to a packed house of screaming fans and industry VIPs. Among the biz folk in attendance were the label’s Joe Riccitelli, Wendy Goodman and Danny Cooper; UMPG’s Evan Lamberg and David Gray; dick clark productionsMark Shimmel and Assaf Blecher;  NBC’s Chuck Labella; Faculty Management’s Jared Paul, CAA’s Darryl Eaton, Brian Manning and Lee Goforth; SiriusXM’s Kid Kelly and his Morning Mashup team; KIIS/iHeartMedia’s Beata CzechowskiKOST’s Michael LaCrosse; KMXB’s Charese Fruge; KLUC’s Cat Thomas;  KIOI’s Travis Loughran; KMYI’s John Peake; KFRH’s John Palomares; KRSK’s Sheryl Stewart; KSLZ’s Brett Andrews; and MTV’s Ryan Aceto, Johnathan Greenaway; Ernesto Elias and Brenda Antonio. In other vocal news, Sinead O’Connor has at least five voices in her head. (10/22p)

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