Jack Weber, Fort Dodge Harmony Brigade Member says, "The Biker Theme fits perfectly with the musical selections of the program."
Fort Dodge, IA (PRWEB) March 31, 2015
This year marks the 68th Annual Show of the Fort Dodge Harmony Brigade in Fort Dodge, IA. The group will be entertaining the audience with a musical road trip called Hog Wild Harmony.
Inspired by the very popular movie, Wild Hogs, the Fort Dodge Harmony Brigade has assembled music that depicts the chorus singing of places they travel and the comical situations they encounter along the way.
The program will include "Bringing Back Those Good Old Days", "Standing on the Corner", "Mississippi Squirrel Revival", "Old Saint Louie”, parodies, and other familiar songs.
"Our chorus will be signing and entertaining the audience with the songs and story we will be telling," says Jack Weber, Fort Dodge Harmony Brigade Member. "The Biker Theme fits perfectly with the musical selections of the program."
The performance will include two guest quartets. Forefront is from Columbus, Ohio and the 2014 International Quartet Silver Medalist. The quartet has traveled extensively since forming in 2009. The group prides themselves in providing the audiences with great music, artistry, and performance energy.
Instant Classic is the second quarter and a 2014 International Quartet Finalist from Columbus, Ohio. Most recently, Instant Classic had their CD nominated for Best Barbershop Album, Best Barbershop Song (I Won't Send Roses) and Best Humor Song (You Gotta Change Parts) for the 2015 CARA (Contemporary Acappela Recording Award). Winners are to be announced in April.
The proceeds from the annual show provide for the various programs and services that the Fort Dodge Harmony Brigade present during the year. The group can be found visiting area nursing homes, performing at Memorial Day and Veterans Day celebrations, and signing in many area churches in the summertime.
The Youth In Harmony program is also a yearly event that the group sponsors for the students in area schools. Held each February, the program attracts about 200 students to spend the day learning harmony. In the evening, the students and guest quartets perform a free concert for the public.
Hog Wild Harmony will be held at the Fort Dodge Middle School on Saturday, April 11th. Performance times are 2:00 and 7:00 pm. Prices for tickets are Adult $10.00 in advance and $12.00 at the door. Students are $4.00 in advance and $5.00 at the door. Children under 8 are free. Tickets can be purchased at Hy-Vee in Fort Dodge, from Harmony Brigade members, by calling 515-570-3414 or by mailing your check to Harmony Brigade, PO Box 302, Fort Dodge, IA 50501. All tickets are general admission and good for either performance.
The Fort Dodge Harmony Brigade has been signing four part acappela harmony since 1947. The group meets every Tuesday evening at 7:00 pm at First Congregational Church to practice. For more information visit http://www.harmonybrigadefd.com.