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Storm Front

Storm Front

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It has been an unbelievable journey for the 2010 International 1st Place Quartet Champions. The 2002 Rocky Mountain District champs made nine trips to the International contest stage, including Top 10 finishes each of the past six years. But on July 3, 2010, after a week of competition against the best Barbershop quartets in the world, Storm Front was awarded the elusive Gold medal!

For these four guys, the love of barbershop and great entertainment has blended to create show-stopping performances. They have been blessed to see tremendous success in their efforts. They are thankful to all the chapters and individuals who have supported them, and are most especially thankful to their families and friends for the love and encouragement they provide.

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Storm Front : The Road to Gold : 00  2 CDs : 

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Where or When

Storm Front : The Road to Gold

Review: 2010 International Barbershop Harmony Society Champs Storm Front describe as: "Three years, Nine contest sets, One Gold Medal. Enjoy Storm Front's journey on "The Road to Gold!" The group's extensive use of humor and parody, particularly directed at the process they have had to go through to finally win are a big reason why they have consistently been judged in the top ten. They placed sixth in Nashville in 2008, singing Showstopper parodies "The Champs are Coming Back," "We've Grown Accustomed to 3rd Place," and the hilarious "Don't Ask Me Why;" third in Anaheim in 2009, where they unleashed their "Medal Come Back" parody, the ludicrous "Lida Rose/Dream of Now" medley, and their Finalist "Top Ten Parody;" and Philadelphia 2010, where their "Wonderful World" costumes, the contest rule "Anything Goes" parody and the manic Jukebox "Jukebox Saturday Night Medley (Car Song)" montage gave them their coveted Gold Medals! Although some of the inside Barbershop jokes went over our heads, as these are all live cuts, it's clear they all hit the judges and audiences right in their BHS funny bones. There are two discs here: Disc 1 has all six songs from their Finals performances in 2008 and 2009, and Disc 2 has all six songs from their incredible win in 2010. Several songs, such as the totally silly "Where or When," "Don't Fence Me In," "Lida Rose," and "We've Grown Accustomed to 3rd Place," are repeated, sometimes more than once. Wonderful harmonies, ringing, incredible closing chords, very funny, creative material-it all adds up to great entertainment, and, happily, finally, to Gold for Storm Front!

Songlist: The Champs Are All Coming Back, Don't Fence Me In, Where or When, Comes Love, We've Grown Accustomed to 3rd Place, Don't Ask Me Why, Medal Come Back To Me, Where or When, Don't Fence Me In, Lida Rose, Stay Awake, Top 10 Parody, Where or When, What A Wonderful World , Lida Rose, Anything Goes, We've Grown Accustomed to 3rd Place, Jukebox Saturday Night Medley (Car Song)

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6056c | 00 2 CDs | $14.95 | A Cappella Mens Barbershop Quartets CDs


Storm Front : The Road to Gold : DVD : 

Storm Front : The Road to Gold

Review: This is the live DVD of Storm Front's "The Road to Gold!", which we were just raving about in our review above. It contains the exact same live 6-song Finals performances by Storm Front from 2008, 2009 and 2010 when their wonderful blending of humor and harmony won them Gold Medals! Why should you get the DVD, you might ask, when you already have the CD? Well, there were a number of places on the CD where there was silence, but the guys were doing something and the audience was laughing hysterically. On the DVD, like the audiences, we could see everything these very funny guys were doing, so you'll also want to get the DVD. Enough said!

Songlist: The Champs Are All Coming Back - 2008 Nashville, TN, Don't Fence Me In - 2008 Nashville, TN, Where or When - 2008 Nashville, TN, Comes Love - 2008 Nashville, TN, We've Grown Accustomed to 3rd Place - 2008 Nashville, TN, Don't Ask Me Why - 2008 Nashville, TN, Medal Come Back To Me - 2009 Anaheim, CA, Where or When - 2009 Anaheim, CA, Don't Fence Me In - 2009 Anaheim, CA, Lida Rose - 2009 Anaheim, CA, Stay Awake - 2009 Anaheim, CA, Top 10 Parody - 2009 Anaheim, CA, Where or When - 2010 Philadelphia, PA, What A Wonderful World - 2010 Philadelphia, PA, Lida Rose - 2010 Philadelphia, PA, Anything Goes, We've Grown Accustomed to 3rd Place - 2010 Philadelphia, PA, Jukebox Saturday Night Medley (Car Song) - 2010 Philadelphia, PA

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6056d | DVD | $24.95 | A Cappella Barbershop DVDs


Storm Front : Harmony - Beatles Tribute

Review: Just prior to taking home Bronze (3rd place) medals from the 2009 BHS Internationals in Anaheim, Storm Front released this amazing collection of Beatles tunes. Working with gifted arranger (and Gold medal barbershop quartet man) Jay Giallombardo, these are arrangements that remain honest to the original scores, but fit a world-class a cappella quartet. Many of the great Lennon/McCartney hits are here, "Eleanor Rigby," "Here, There and Everywhere," "Lady Madonna," "Norweigian Wood," "Across the Universe," "Fool on the Hill," "We Can Work It Out," "Hey Jude," "Paperback Writer," "I'll Follow the Sun" and "Long and Winding Road," rendered with brilliant Storm Front harmonies that give them a whole new flavor. "Beatles Tribute" is a Barbershop masterpiece, one of the best albums of the year. Major kudos to Storm Front's Jeff, Jim, Darin and Sid for pushing the Barbershop envelope with "Beatles Tribute"!

Songlist: Eleanor Rigby, Here, There and Everywhere, Lady Madonna, Norwegian Wood, Across the Universe, The Fool On The Hill, We Can Work It Out, Hey Jude, Paperback Writer (VP-Mike Davidson), I'll Follow the Sun, The Long and Winding Road

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5863c | 00 1 CD | $14.95 | A Cappella Mens Barbershop Quartets CDs


Storm Front : Free as a Breeze : DVD : 

Storm Front : Free as a Breeze

Review: Famed videographer Chad Guyton and his 7-man camera crew followed one of the best Barbershop groups in the world, BHS International Anaheim Bronze medalists Storm Front, around for four days in January, 2009 during one of the largest Youth Harmony Festivals in the U.S., sponsored by BYU-Idaho, attended by over 1,000 kids. Storm Front was the headliner, and we see over two hours of live cuts from the stage, as well as very funny outtakes. Listen to favorites such as "Poor Wayfarin' Stranger," "GuiTarzan," "The 12 Days of Christmas" and the showstopping "Bugler's Holiday." This is Barbershop at its best, and the "Behind the Curtain" special feature is a must-see!

Songlist: Comes Love, Poor Wayfaring Stranger, Don't Fence Me In, Where or When, Eleanor Rigby, Scottish Spring, Filbert the Frog, 12 Days of Christmas, Dreams of You, Guitarzan, Bugler's Holiday, There's Just Something About That Name, 2008 International Contest Sets (all 6 songs)

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5863d | DVD | $24.95 | A Cappella Barbershop DVDs


Storm Front : Storm Warning

Review: Much has changed for Denver-based Storm Front since they recorded their debut CD four years ago. They have performed in half the states in the USA, coached at numerous music schools around the country, and have twice been recognized as one of the top 10 Barbershop quartets in the world by the Barbershop Harmony Society, winning a 3rd place Bronze in 2007 and sixth place in 2008. "Storm Warning" has 14 winners that highlight the group's great comedic sense, ability to entertain and wonderful harmonies. Rodgers & Hart's "Have You Met Miss Jones?," Lerner and Loewe's "On The Street Where You Live," "Swinging on a Star," the silly group standard "Filbert the Frog," "Bare Necessities," Fats Waller's "There's Gonna Be the Devil to Pay," "The 12 Days of Christmas," "Bugler's Holiday" and "There's Something About That Name" are favorites. We especially love Barbershop groups that are funny, and Storm Front is one of the best!

Songlist: Have You Met Miss Jones?, Be My Life's Companion, When She Loved Me, On the Street Where You Live, Swinging on a Star, Filbert the Frog, Bare Necessities, Story of the Rose, Scottish Spring, There's Gonna Be the Devil to Pay, Dreams of You, The 12 1/2 Days of Christmas, Bugler's Holiday, There's Something About that Name

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5826c | 00 1 CD | $14.95 | A Cappella Mens Barbershop Quartets CDs


Storm Front : Storm Watch : 00  1 CD : 

Storm Front : Storm Watch

Review: This debut CD from award winning quartet Storm Front (13th place in 2004) features an assortment of songs from their first year of work. Many of the tunes come from their popular show including barbershop favorites: "Sweet Roses of Morn", "Rhythm Medley", "One Alone" and "Muskrat Ramble". This CD also includes other popular songs such as the Cab Calloway favorite "Minnie the Moocher," the very moving "Bring Him Home," from Les Miserables and the 2004 CARA nomination for "Best Barbershop Song," Jezebel.

Songlist: Great Day, Muskrat Ramble, One Alone, Poor Wayfarin' Stranger, Rhythm Medley, Fascinatin' Rhythm, Crazy Rhythm, I Got Rhythm, Sweet Roses of Morn, Minnie The Moocher, Bring Him Home, Empty Chairs at Empty Tables, Guitarzan, Jezebel

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5644c | 00 1 CD | $14.98 | A Cappella Mens Barbershop Quartets CDs

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