(8)It seems that in many ways the Society has become the Society for the preservation of the Society, rather than the Society for the preservation of Barbershop.
(6)I think the sound is very attractive to young people. however, I think in some cases, you have to get past cliche to hear the sound. I think of it like this.
(25)... I'm sorry we missed your birthday, Norm! Many, many more! If you watch that video of Dr. Wright, he talks about the days of barbershop before Rupert and
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(6)If you search for the title on YouTube.com, you'll see many versions of the song; several by Johnny Mercer, who wrote it. Only on this one Bing Crosby version
(9)Many, many years ago my quartet did the installation banquet for Denny's chorus in College Station. After we finished and sat down, the first words out of his
(6)Congratulations, Ed. Bill
(7)Interesting news, indeed! LOL Bob Davenport Music City Chorus - Nashville, TN www.musiccitychorus.org From:
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(56)Hi John and others, the problem you described is probably well known to barbershoppers all over the world. As a quartet singer since 1979 and a chorus director
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(3)Consider taking your 501c3 form over to WalMart so you don't have to pay taxes. Then buy their white mock-turtleneck shirts, their white, short-sleeved golf
(9)Jonathon wrote: "Should we sing/learn the songs exactly as written, or.?" I say "ABSOLUTELY!" This isn't contest, it's discovering our history. Today's "uber"
(7)Thank you for the wonderful link, Alexander! I enjoyed the page... Dewey, Singum & Howe practices tomorrow night... I'll see what I can do to get the tag
(6)I wish them the best end result! Norm Starks Sent from my iPad
(13)From: [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Jeff Fowler email@example.com [bbshop] Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 9:20 PM To: David Dantowitz
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