Sound Of Tennessee Performs At Lee May 4

Friday, April 19, 2013

Sound of Tennessee has taken the stage at venues across the nation, and on Saturday, May 4, at 7 p.m., the men’s chorus will bring their award-winning barbershop sound to Lee University’s Dixon Center. The concert will also feature the current World Bronze Medalist quartet A Mighty Wind, as well as The Voices of Lee.  

“We are very excited about our spring concert and think that the audience will really enjoy the songs we’ve selected,” said Sound of Tennessee Director Chad Guyton. “It’s a wonderful privilege to perform alongside two other singing groups who are so highly respected—and fun to listen to.” 

Tickets are available from Sound of Tennessee members or online at www.SoundofTN.org. General seating tickets are $18, with orchestra seating for $25. There are special discounts for groups of six or more. Students get in free.  

Sound of Tennessee is a men’s chorus. Potential members do not need experience reading music or singing. For more information about membership or upcoming events, or to book a performance, visit www.SoundofTN.org



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