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Storm Front: Storm Warning

Song NameArranger
Have You Met Miss Jones?Adam Reimnitz
Be My Life's CompanionDarin Drown
When She Loved MeKevin Keller
On the Street Where You LiveRob Hopkins
Swinging on a StarDavid Harrington
Filbert the FrogChordial Celebration
Bare NecessitiesTom Gentry
Story of the RoseBill Rashleigh
Scottish SpringTodd Seymour
There's Gonna Be the Devil to PayGreg Volk
Dreams of You
The 12 1/2 Days of ChristmasRichard Gregory
Bugler's HolidayFreefall/ Stormfront
There's Something About that NameEric King

Tenor: Jeff Selano Lead: Jim Clark Baritone: Darin Drown Bass: Syd Libsack

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!

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Barbershop Quartet Champions 2010

Item code: 5826C | 1 CD | $14.95 |add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male
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