>The Southern Gentlemen Barbershop Chorus Annual Show – April 28, 2012

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The Southern Gentlemen Barbershop Chorus will be presenting their annual show on Saturday, April 28 at 7:30 PM at Grover C. Fields Middle School auditorium located at 2000 Martin Luther King Boulevard, New Bern, NC.
                                           
The show will feature songs performed in 4 part harmony by the chorus and several local quartets.  Also, there will be a featured guest quartet, THE HUMDINGERS, from one of the famous theme parks located in Orlando, Fla.

Southern Gentlemen Barbershop Chorus at the Neuse River Senior Games 2011

The Southern Gentlemen Chorus is a 501C3 non-profit organization.  A portion of the proceeds benefit Merci Clinic, Coastal Women’s Shelter and Navy and Marine Corp Relief organizations.

Tickets can be purchased in advance at The Bank of the Arts or at Fuller’s Music, or from a member of the Southern Gentlemen Chorus. They can also be purchased at the door on the night of the show.  Tickets will cost $15 in advance and $17 at the door.

The following is some information about our guest quartet, The Humdingers.

The Humdingers Barbershop Quartet

The Humdingers have been entertaining audiences for almost 40 years. Collectively, they bring to the stage over 100 years of quartet experience and have performed throughout North America and several foreign countries. They are truly unique, as no other barbershop quartet in the world performs with the antique Deagan Organ Chimes along with original tap dance and straw-hat routines.  

The quartet just performed in the Barbershop Harmony Society’s Mid-Winter competition in Tucson, Arizona.  They wowed the crowd with their music and comedy routines. This may be the best feature quartet that The Southern Gentlemen Barbershop Chorus has ever had on the annual show.  They are very entertaining and would be great for all family members to see and hear.

Submitted by: Roger Brooks, Public Relations for the Southern Gentlemen Barbershop Chorus

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