FOUR FRESHMEN - PROGRAM SIGNED CIRCA 1977 CO-SIGNED BY: THE FOUR FRESHMEN (KEN ALBERS), THE FOUR FRESHMEN (BOB FLANIGAN), THE FOUR FRESHMEN (RAY BROWN), THE FOUR FRESHMEN (ROSS BARBOUR) - HFSID 183778
Sale Price $234.00
THE FOUR FRESHMEN, CO-SIGNED BY: BOB FLANIGAN, KEN
ALBERS, RAY BROWN, ROSS BARBOUR
Program for the community concert association
Program signed: "Ken Albers", "Bob/Flanigan", "Ray/Brown" and "Ross/Barbour", 8p, 5½x9. Signed on the cover depicting them. Concert presented during the 1976-77 season by the Community Concert Association, a division of Columbia Artists Management. The Four Freshmen were originally a barbershop quartet-influenced band that was formed in 1948 by brothers Ross and Don Barbour, Bob Flanigan and Hal Kratzsch. They are credited for being an early purveyor of vocalese, a genre of jazz singing with lyrics either improvised or set to instrumental solos and were well-regarded by jazz greats Dizzy Gillespie and Woody Herman and rock legends the Beach Boys. Their hits include 1952's It's a Blue World. Creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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