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Four Renegades: Four Renegades

Nervous Quartet Intro
When The World Was Young
Mr Bassman
George M Cohan Medley
Lili Marlene
Save a Little Sunbeam
I Left My Heart In San Francisco
Daddy's Little Girl
Heart Hearted Hanna
Wait Till The Sun Shines Nelly
When I Leave The World Behind
Because
Send The Girls Over There
Old Folks
The Lord's Prayer
I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
Please Don't Talk About Me
This Is All I Ask
This Could Be The Start Of Something Big
Lost In The Stars
When The Midnight Choo Choo
The Little Boy
My Gal Sal
Waiting For The Robert E Lee
There Never Was A Gang Like Mine
That's A-Plenty
Last Night Was The End Of The World
Cabaret
Yesteryear
The New Franky And Johnny

Tenor: Warren "Buzz" Haeger Lead: Ben Williams Baritone: Jim Foley Bass: Tom Felgen

Formed in 1956, the Four Renegades slowly rose in International competitions until winning it all by 450 points in Boston, 1965. At that point they were: Bass, Tom Felger, Baritone, Jim Foley, Lead, Ben Williams and Tenor Buzz Haeger. There are 30 songs, and it's hard to tell who's having more fun, the group or the audience. Want funny? Listen to "Mr. Bassman." Poignant? "The Little Boy." Rousing? "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee." Spiritual? "The Lord's Prayer." The Renegades were funny, they sang great, they had class, and they were tremendous barbershop ambassadors. It adds up to a CD that's big fun!

Item code: 5441C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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