McFerrin performs with Blake in a musical vocal improvisation performance called Music Without Borders in an effort to fight HIV in children. The concert takes place in Kigali, Rwanda.
Mcferrin performs Sing a Day Song in a call and response improvisation performance with over 65,000 singers at the Veltins arena.
Mcferrin performs Drive for the Sing Off television show premiere. He leads a chorus of singers in unison with the beat.
McFerrin performs Hush Little Baby with cello player Yo-Yo Ma to promote their collaborative album Hush.
McFerrin wins the Grammy for Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year, and Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male for Don’t Worry Be Happy, and Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male for Brothers.
McFerrin wins the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male for What Is This Thing Called Love.
McFerrin and Nicholson wins the Grammy for Best Recording For Children for The Elephant’s Child.
McFerrin wins the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male for ‘Round Midnight.
McFerrin and Hendricks wins the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male for Another Night In Tunisia.
McFerrin and Bentyne wins the Grammy for Best Vocal Arrangement For Two or More Voices for Another Night In Tunisia.
McFerrin performs The Beatles song, Blackbird, in his classic improvisational style during the Jazz Ost Festival in Germany.
McFerrin performs I got the feeling with a combination of different vocal styles at the Jazz Ost Festival in Germany. He comically seduces one of the women audience members during the performance.
Mcferrin performs an acapella improvisation of the alphabet with Hoots the Owl on an episode of Sesame Street.