In the past, singing was a popular form of fun and entertainment.  Families and friends would gather around to sing and/or play instruments together and make up harmonies as the melody suggested. Communities would have sing-out nights where everyone would come to sing and perform for each other, and family groups would travel from town to town to perform.  People seemed to just naturally make up their own harmonies around a lovely melody,  This “making of harmony” was called “woodshedding.” 

Times have changed and we now listen to music on our phones and ipads, huge concerts replace the small town performances, and singing is done in the car or shower.  It’s a time that we now listen to music – rather than make our own.  Sadly, we have become consumers of harmony, rather than being harmony creators.

​We found this great YouTube clip of Paul Olguin (who has performed on our shows and given classes at Harmony University in Nashville, TN).   Here he’s talking about relearning how to become our own harmony creators.  We think you will enjoy watching his class.

Our meetings are planned to be 1.5-2 hrs every other Monday evening.  
We sing 4-part acapella harmony arrangements.

For our first meeting, we will be working on these songs:
(music available on our SingNow page)
Heart of My Heart
Rocky Top


sings the lowest note in the harmony part below the lead and should have a deep voice with a mellow timbre. Basses drive the tempo.

sings notes above or below the Lead line. Baritone notes complete the 4-part chords and make it “ring.”

usually sings the melody and should have a clear, strong, pleasant voice with a good sense of pitch. Leads sell the song, tell the story!
sings the harmony part above the Lead and should have a lighter, clear voice with very little vibrato.

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