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We always hear of the internet coming back to haunt people, ruining their careers and forcing them to apologize to their boss, President-Elect Barack Obama. But for one group of University of Indiana students, a 10-year-old clip of them singing "The 12 Days of Christmas" became so popular, Atlantic Records offered them a five-record deal and a concert tour.

The members of the all-male a cappella group are not living rock stars yet--all of them still have their day jobs. One of them is Dan Ponce, one of the founders of the group named Straight, No Chaser, is a reporter for the ABC news station in Chicago.

Straight, No Chaser comes to Los Angeles on December 17 for a show at Largo.