- Could someone tell me, in what years were the Keepsake CD's 'Once Upon A
Time' and 'Without A Song' released ?
The Blenders (Denver Bound)
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- Don't miss your chance to see Keepsake - together again! If you're in
the Orlando, Florida area, go to www.soundofsunshine.com to get your
tickets now! $15.00 to see the gold-medal quartet with Joe Connelly,
Tony DeRosa, Roger Ross and Don Barnick!
Call 407-257-2611 to have your tickets held at the door - or go to the
website and buy them online with Paypal.
See you there!
Sound of Sunshine Show Chorus
- This past weekend, Keepsake was the guest quartet at the Plano Men
of Note Chapter Shows. It was a great thrill to hear them in person
for the first time, and to get a chance to sing a polecat with them
was an experience I won't forget. Many barbershop luminaries turned
out, incluing Bill Thornton and Gary Parker of the Dealer's Choice.
To see those two sing with Tony DeRosa and Don Barnick gave me
As I was hearing Keepsake, I kept thinking about Vocal Spectrum who
sang on the VM's Fall show and dazzled us all last year in Indy. I
thought how different the two quartets were, but yet both so
excellent in their own way. Time does indeed march on, and when I
think of Vocal Spectrum, how they sing and the way they carry
themselves, I am proud and hopeful of the Society's future. I guess
I kind of associate Vocal Spectrum with the new faces and sound of
the Society- from Four Voices, to Realtime to OC Times, and of
course, Westminster. They are raising the bar and I love it. But,
one thing we should remember is that us older guys are role models
for them- not only are they are looking to us as examples of how to
conduct themselves as singers, but also as men of good will and
honesty. I hope I can conduct myself accordingly and be worthy of an
organization that attracts such fine young men.
On to Denver- good luck to all competitors!
Baritone, Texas Millionaires