Bobby Darin made this cheery song popular. This tune is just right for opening your shows with lots of happy energy.
Here is a sweet, light combination of “Sing Me a Baby Song” and “Baby.” Have fun crooning to your sweetheart with this lovely medley.
This rousing song is from the musical “Les Miserables.” Your audiences’ hearts and guts will be moved, and the song itself would even fly in contest, though this arrangement is better off used for shows.
This is a surprisingly strong contestable version of the old ballad. Do give it a look and listen.
This powerful Grammy Award winner, sung by Roberta Flack, is now available in two versions. One is as usual, while the other, as sung by MAXX Factor, is delightfully twisted.
How is this for a great combination: Let’s Sing Again, I Feel a Song Comin’ On and It’s Time to Sing “Sweet Adeline” Again? This medley makes a great contest number for the ladies.
Written by barbershopper Anne Danforth, this lovely song celebrates our music and the friends we sing it with.
This beautiful hymn speaks of joy in the face of suffering. The lyrics are just about as strong as those of It Is Well with My Soul, which is saying something.
This would be a great ballad in a show-biz/Broadway set. The story is that success in show biz does not necessarily equal a happy life.
Celtic Thunder sings this happy, lively, energetic, creative, wonderful, fantastic song. You owe it to yourself to check it out for your quartet or chorus. You just do! Can be sung with or without a backup band.
Some surprise harmonies flavor this arrangement of the classic barbershop song. Power Play won gold with this upbeat, lively tune.
A doo-wop gospel tune a la Glad, this song really fits us barbershoppers. We sure do love to sing it a cappella, eh?
It is just about impossible to go wrong with this beautiful tribute to the USA. Do give it a listen.
Ya gotta have heart, and this lively Power Play tune lets your audience know that you do. There is energy galore in this tune.
I wrote and arranged this energetic song honoring music and other sounds of life around us. The men’s version of this arrangement is published by the BHS. There is now an SATB version for YMIH/YWIH singers, as well one for women’s voices.
This fast piece definitely cooks, with a scat section for each voice part. There is nothing more fun than singing about music.
What could be more inspiring than singing about our music? This uplifting arrangement is no longer exclusive.
You pretty well know the whole song from the title. This sort of ballad has barbershop written all over it.
I wrote and arranged the setting for this medley of sing-along standards: She’ll Be Comin’ ‘Round The Mountain, I’ve Been Workin’ on the Railroad and My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean. Your audiences will enjoy participating rather than simply listening.
Here is a new twist on an all-time favorite of us barbershoppers. Various popular oldies are referenced within this piece, and your audiences will enjoy recalling all of them.
This powerfully uplifting show song is sung by numerous women’s choruses. But, hey, it works just as well for men’s groups. For everyone, singing about our music is the best! Continue reading What Would I Do Without My Music
Jazzy, fun, a natural for barbershoppers, this song is a sure winner. Do check it out.