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Watch Nashville Convention performances on YouTube on August 15th… ALL OF ‘EM!

  Watch your favorite #BHSNASH performances on YouTube! One of the most frequent messages to our Harmony Hall team is “MORE VIDEO!” And we agree… to the tune of nearly 500 new videos added to the BHS YouTube channel in 2015, including all competitor performances from our Convention in Pittsburgh. Getting our best performances out into the world is a total win all around, and we’re ready to make...
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And the convention brew is….

WOW! You all are highly skilled at coming up with clever names... it must be all of that practice naming quartets. We had MANY wonderful submissions for our Rock Bottom Brewery #BHSNASH special brew (see a longer list here or here!) that represented just about every barbershop in-joke and catchphrase. Here are some of the finalists: Overtone Ale Seventh Heaven Singing People Enjoy Beer, So Quie...
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Among its many delights, Nashville has a nice craft brewing scene, and visitors to the convention will find plenty of choices throughout the city for a refreshing beverage.Courageously, a select team local barbershoppers has donated numerous volunteer late night hours to sampling the best.  As a result, we're pleased to disclose we are working with Brewmaster Thomas Mercado from Rock Bottom Brewe...
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A cappella goes high tech this December

You've heard about all of the creative perks offered by tech companies to keep their employees engaged and connected. But did you know that most have an in-house a cappella group? Check out this list: Googapella (Google)InTune (LinkedIn)Songbirds (Twitter)The Vocal Network (Facebook)The Baudboys (Microsoft)Syncopation (Dropbox)Airbnbeats (Airbnb)Pin Tune (Pinterest) If you're a fellow Silicon Va...
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How Main Street made the biggest barbershop hit of the decade

Main Street's modern pop medley "These Will Be The Good Old Days Twenty Years From Now" is crushing on YouTube, with hundreds of thousands of views, and links from media outlets, social media, and blogs around the world. How did the beloved five-time medalist quartet come up with this innovative, side-splitting performance? In its first week on YouTube,  your video has nearly 450,000 views from...
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Main Street – Good Old Days medley (International 2015) – YouTube

We knew they were special. We knew the performance was special. And when Main Street's modern pop medley "These Will Be The Good Old Days Twenty Years From Now" hit YouTube, the rest of the world learned it, too. This performance earned them a third-place bronze medal for the second time, and fifth medal overall. The veteran performers have travelled the world, although they're partial to the a...
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The Crush (FWD) announces retirement

News from The Crush:   As The Crush looks back at the last 9 years, we can truly say it has been a great run. We've traveled to 15 states, 5 countries, competed in 7 International Conventions (3 of which were Top Ten finishes), and won a District Championship. After all those wonderful times and many great memories, we have decided it's time for this foursome to "hang up our pitch pipes....
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Top Bulletin Editors announced!

The results are in! PROBE (Public Relations Officers and Bulletin Editors) has recognized the top four editors in the 2015 International Bulletin Contest. 2015 PROBE International Bulletin Contest (2014 Bulletins) The Orange Spiel John Alexander SUN  The Tampa Herald Roxanne Clapp SUN  Concho Capers * Paul White SWD  Toosday Toons Bob Heim MAD  * Paul White’s ...
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ATTENTION: High School a cappella groups!

Deke Sharon, leading force behind a little show called The Sing-Off and practically the inventor of modern a cappella, has a new Big Idea. He has teamed up with the Lifetime network to create a show about High School a cappella groups and is looking for 2 awesome ensembles to star. Says Deke: I'll be on the show working with the groups on camera (!). It's our chance to show the world how a cappell...
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Paul’s Big Adventure: A Year of Songs

You may know Paul Olguin as an arranger, director, or quartet singer... but his most well known credit these days is likely his incredible class on Woodshedding at HU 2014. Following up on his wildly successful 100 Tags in 100 Days project last year, he has taken on a new mission: A Year Of Songs. So, here's the plan. I will write an original song intended to be sung by barbershop harmony singe...
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