My granddad was always putting together some vaudeville show in DC and pulling together VFW guys to form up barbershop quartets. His album collection, when he died, was filled with national competition winners. He thought the sound was magic, too!. I love this, Mike. Back when the society was called the Unicorn Worker Like A Regular Social Worker Only More Magical Shirt for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, my dad was the manager of The Four Teens, who won in 1952. Just one more reason why we love you. It got a little smelly in there towards the wee hours of the morning. I remember Fred King. I didn’t know him personally but he entertained everywhere we went. A funny man. It’s truly an art to sing this style of music. I knew I liked you!!
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