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Fall Barbershop Cabaret At Kennewick First Presbyterian ChurchOn Saturday, October 10 The Columbia River Chordsmen will be performing and entertaining you with harmonious cabaret style evening with pie and ice cream for dessert. The concert will be held at Kennewick First Presbyterian Church.

Details of the Fall Barbershop Cabaret
The Columbia River Chordsmen is a men’s chorus who sings family oriented, upbeat  songs without instrumental accompaniment (A cappella). The chorus is comprised of men from around Tri-Cities. Most of their songs is in that original American art form called “barbershop” (four part harmony). The chorus has several quartets who are often singing and strolling the Tri-Cities events on stage.

The site is located at 2001 west Kennewick Avenue Kennewick, Washington. The show will begin at

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The Baudboys At The Gesa Power House Theatre Walla Walla, WashingtonOn Saturday, September 19, 7:30 in the evening, watch "The Baudboys", a group of musician composed entirely of MIcrosoft employees at the Gesa Power House Theatre located at 111 N. Sixth Avenue in Walla Walla, Washington.

About Microsoft's Finest A Capella
In 1990, a couple of the founding members of the co-ed Microtones decided that they wanted something new and so they formed a men's a capella group - at Microsoft!

True to their profession, the group’s chosen name, The Baudboys, referred to the method by which modem speeds were rated. The current lineup of The Baudboys includes: Mike Thomsen, Jonathan Schwartz, Graham Sheldon, Martin Puryear, Owen Braun, Elliot Lewis, Mark Adolph and Paul Eng.

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Tri-Cities Sacred Harp Sing Along At All Saint's Episcopal Church Richland, WashingtonMark your calendars for Tri-Cities Sacred Harp's Sing Along happening on Thursday, August 27, 6:30 in the evening at All Saints' Episcopal Church located at 1322 Kimball Avenue in Richland, Washington. Follow the orange signs to the back of the church for the right door.

More about the Event
Tri-Cities Sacred Harp is not a performing group, but one that sings for its own enjoyment and on Thursday the public is invited. as they once again sing a capella that is sung by shape notes as done in the 1700s and 1800s. Although the lyrics of most of the songs are of a sacred nature, no particular religion or politics are promoted. Learning Sacred Harp can be a challenge. It is not your average choral music. The event is free.

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Summer Barbershop Spectacular, Kennewick First Presbyterian ChurchOn Saturday, July 19 at 4:00 in the afternoon everyone is invited to check out Columbia River Chordsmen at the Kennewick First Presbyterian Church located in 2100 W. Kennewick Avenue for the Summer Barbershop Spectacular.

About Summer Barbershop Spectacular
The event is an annual a cappella concert featuring the Columbia River Chordsmen barbershop chorus, with a new director, new voices, and new sound. The concert also features the Valley of the Sun Chorus from Yakima, and some quartets. Ticket price is $5.00 general admission

Who are the Columbia River Chrodsmen?
They are a men's chorus dedicated to delivering performances that their audiences will surely enjoy. All their songs are a cappella, which means without instrumental accompaniment. This

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