Four women captivate their audience with a 1960s classic that many young people today may not be familiar with

Some individuals from the younger generation may not have had the opportunity to listen to many songs from the past, especially those predating 1980. However, it’s a missed opportunity considering the wealth of musical treasures waiting to be discovered. Amidst the focus on contemporary hits, there’s a rich tapestry of classics waiting to be explored.

In a delightful rendition, four young women breathe new life into a timeless song from the 1960s, “I’m Into Something Good” by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, famously recorded by Herman’s Hermits in 1964. Known for its upbeat and optimistic lyrics, the song resonates with anyone who has experienced a sense of joy and discovery.

These four talented students from Towson University went on to establish the Baltimore-based Girls Quartet (GQ), showcasing their remarkable vocal prowess. Their rendition of the classic tune is simply mesmerizing, demonstrating why they’ve garnered such acclaim. It’s truly a remarkable performance worth experiencing.

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