Barbershop Quartet Singers Really Harmonize

Barbershop quartet singing might seem like a quaint part of the American past but more than 6,500 singers were on the Strip this weekend to prove that the art is really thriving. One of the competing groups, Premium Blendfrom Missouri stopped by the studio to explain how this style of singing is different from other choral groups and why they love what they do - in four-part harmony.


Mark Fortino, lead, Premium Blend

Austin Veteto, tenor, Premium Blend

Adam Veteto, bass, Premium Blend

Jeff Veteto, baritone, Premium Blend

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