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Gotcha!

Gotcha!

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At an afterglow in September of 1996, four members of the Masters Of Harmony decided to sing a song. Three hours later, they had exhausted the entire repertoire from three choruses and a few international championship quartets! In short order, Gotcha! was born.

The quartet spent 1997 moving through the competition ranks, including sweeping the grand championship at the buckeye invitational. Riding high from first year successes, Gotcha! qualified for their first International Quartet contest in 1998 in Atlanta , with a 20th place finish. With renewed confidence, the quartet focused on the 1998 Far Western District contest in Phoenix, and came home with a championship trophy.

Beginning in 1999 the quartet climbed through 12th, 8th, 6th, and 2nd in the world before capturing the International Championship in Louisville, KY, in July of 2004

Gotcha! has performed in over 100 shows across the U.S., Ireland, and Canada... on stage, radio and television. Find a nice spot on the edge of your seat, and enjoy the sound of Gotcha!

Discography

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Gotcha! : At Last

Review: First formed in 1996 by four members of multiple SPEBSQSA Gold-winning chorus the Masters of Harmony, these four young Southern California guys have gained a reputation for hot live performances, ringing chords that last forever and a rainbow palette of loud vests and hankies under matching black suits. First qualifying for the International Quartet contest in 1998 in Atlanta, and placing 20th, the group climbed steadily, placing 12th, 8th, 6th and 2nd in the world before finally capturing Gold medals in Louisville, KY in July of 2004. "At Last" is their 3rd CD winner, following "Again!" and "Right Now!"-all the exclamation points are actually appropriate to describe the energy and spirit of this remarkable group! The songlist includes the inspirational "Pick Yourself Up," "Vict'ry Road" and "Gold," romantic tunes "Somethin' About Ya," "Down By the Old Mill Stream," "More I Cannot Wish You," "Hopelessly In Love" and "I Fall In Love With You Every Day;" and Barbershop standards "I'm Sittin' Pretty In A Pretty Little City," "Luck Be A Lady Tonight" and "Play That Barbershop Chord." This is entertainment, how Barbershop is done by one of the world's finest.

Songlist: Pick Yourself Up, Somethin' About Ya, A Blossom Fell, Vict'ry Road, Down By The Old Mill Steam, I'm Sittin' Pretty In A Pretty Little City, More I Cannot Wish You, Luck Be A Lady Tonight, Hopelessly In Love, I Fall In Love With You Everyday, Play That Barbershop Chord, Sabre Dance, Gold

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5720c | 00 1 CD | $14.98 | A Cappella Mens Barbershop Quartets CDs


Gotcha! : Gotcha Again

Review: Gotcha!, four fresh-faced guys from Southern California, are famous for their live performances, matching suits in colors that even George Zimmer wouldn't guarantee, and the longest ringing barbershop chords in the business. Working their way up from being crowned 1997 Far Western District SoCal East Divisional Champions, placing 12th at the 1999 International Quartet Contest that was held in Anaheim and finally being named 2003 SPEBSQSA International Silver Medalists. "Again" has 14 breathtaking classics, "Hooray for Love," "If I Had My Way," "Honey Medley," "At The Jazz Band Ball," "When It's Night Time in Dixie Land" and the wonderful live cut, from international competition, "What More Can A Soldier Give?" Want to know our prediction for this year's SPEBSQSA Gold? Gotcha!

Songlist: Hooray for Love, Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie, Someone's Waiting for You, If I Had My Way, Honey Medley, Till There Was You, At the Jazz Band Ball, In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning, P.S. I Love You, Crazy Words, Crazy Tune, I'll Remember You, When It's Night Time in Dixieland, What More Can A Soldier Give? (live), Battle Hymn of the Republic

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5614c | 00 1 CD | $14.98 | A Cappella Mens Barbershop Quartets CDs


Gotcha! : Right Now!

Review: Gotcha represents the next generation of barbershop, placing twelfth in the 1999 Championships in Anaheim. Hailing from Southern California, these fresh-faced lads are known for their intense live performances, galvanizing audiences with their bold and energetic delivery. Their repertoire is strong on barbershop stalwarts such as "For Me and My Gal," "My Honey's Lovin' Arms" and "Jazz Me Blues." The four obviously relish an opportunity for heavy lifting, deploying all their tools of the trade with challenging tags on songs such as "Anytime Medley" and "Hello Mary Lou," the latter arranged by David Wright, musical director and arranger for Ambiance. Indeed, the company that Gotcha is keeping indicates a fine barbershop sensibility, and a connoisseur's taste - listen to their performance of Boston Common's "I'm Sitting On Top Of The World."

Songlist: Jazz Me Blues, Gotta Be on My Way, There Goes My Heart, Anything / I Can't Give You Anything But Love Medley, Hello Mary Lou, Royal Garden BLues, I'll Always Be Mother's Boy, Twelve Days After Christmas, For Me and My Gal, Drifting, My Honey's Loving Arms, I'm Sitting on Top of the World, What'll I Do, Don't Beat the Heart that Loves You, Swing Down Chariot

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5188c | 00 1 CD | $14.98 | A Cappella Mens Barbershop Quartets CDs

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