'Glee': Get to know the Tufts Beelzebubs, the real group behind New Directions' newest rivals


The members of The Beelzebubs, Tufts University’s oldest all-male a cappella group, have their hands full this semester. Along with recording a new album and performing on campus in Medford, Mass., the group landed the high-profile gig of providing the arrangements and background vocals for Glee‘s newest music group, the Dalton Academy Warblers. After the success of "Teenage Dream" (with Darren Criss on lead vocals) earlier this month, the musical stylings of The Beelzebubs return tonight as Blaine and the Warblers perform Train’s "Hey, Soul Sister" in New Directions’ Sectionals showdown. Beelzebubs President Eli Seidman, Business Manager Evan Powell, Music Director Penn Rosen, and Historian Kent McCann spoke with EW about lending their voices to a hit television show, their admiration for Criss, and why they won’t be pursuing careers in music.

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