Altman; Center: Leonard; Bottom row, L-R: Kerman, Thacher)"Rockapella" is a five-man a cappella musical group, known best for their Folgers Coffee commercials and the ''Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?'' theme song. "Rockapella" is a portmanteau word of the words "rock" and "a cappella". They have also done a cappella covers.
The original group members consisted of Brown University alumni Elliott Kerman, David Stix, Sean Altman, and Steve Keyes, who started performing together sheerly out of their love for music. Stix left the group early on and was replaced with Charlie Evett. After having performed on New York City street corners for passers-by the group met a producer who found them a spot on the television show Spike & Co.: Do It A Cappella, hosted by Spike Lee. It was this show that put them in the national spotlight. http://www.rockapella.com/GroupBio.htm
The text "All sounds provided by the voices and appendages of Rockapella," the central idea of the group, appears on the group's label debut, ''Don't Tell Me You Do''.