Vocal Revolution is honored to have so many great quartets who are affiliated with us.
Have Voices Will Travel
Have Voices Will Travel (HVWT) is a longstanding barbershop quartet founded in 2004. Over the years HVWT has performed at many and various events including Vocal Revolution concerts, retirement community concerts, birthday parties, Christmas parties, Singing Valentines and Lexington Pops Chorus concerts.
All of HVWT are members of the Vocal Revolution chorus in the Barbershop Harmony Society. HVWT currently has six members so that the quartet can fulfill gigs in spite of busy schedules.
The current members are as follows, listed with their years of barbershop singing experience:
Tenor - Dave Andrews (28 years).
Lead - Glenn McElhoe (9 years).
Baritones - Jonathan Watson (13 years) and Rob Sheridan
Basses - Marc Emmerich (11 years) and Carl Mikkelsen
Fusion was founded in March of 2018 in Cromwell, CT. Tom, Rueben and Wes come from CT and Matt comes from MA.. They are available for live and virtual performance.
Tom Savinelli, Tenor (Silk City Chorus)
Matt Saucier, Lead (Vocal Revolution)
Rueben Barnes, Bass (Frank Thorn)
Wes Marchena, Baritone (Frank Thorn)
Duly Noted formed in June of 2018 after searching around multiple places to find the people. Paul had an
idea, found Bill, then they both searched all over the Northeast for a Tenor and Baritone. They found Craig in NH and Steve in Lowell.
Duly Noted loves to sing and has been rehearsing at a Senior Center and sharing the full learning process with those who like to come listen. We love songs from the Big Band era as well as traditional Barbershop
songs from the turn of the century.
The quartet is considered a quartet, which just means that weve been around for a while.
Each of us has been singing barbershop for different times: Craig at 3 years, Paul at 31 years, Bill - 38years, and Steve is at 42 years.Paul sings the bass part in our quartet because he can, Steve sings tenor because he does it better than anyone else in the quartet and Bill sings lead because he can sing the harmony parts. Craig sings baritone because he is the most intelligent and musically talented member of the quartet, or so he tells us.The quartet is very proud of its top 10 finish in the 2019 Northeastern District Competition.Members: Steve Horhota, Bill Selander, Craig Graham, Paul BeausoleilWe can be contacted at: 23 July 2020.