Sally and her sister performed for the local Woman's Club before they were 5 years old, and then as a trio with a friend by the time they were in grade school. She started singing barbershop when their high school triple trio got split up by the building of a 2nd high school in town.
She has just celebrated 50 years in the Sweet Adelines International organization, and it shows in her professionalism, her skills, and her ability to hear the tiniest nuances of each voice in the chorus. She has organized and participated in choruses from California to Maryland to San Antonio, coast-to-coast-to-coast, almost. She has the greatest smile, tons of jokes, and some true stories to tell about how much fun being a member of a chorus can be. We all love her and hope to have her for another 50 years.
Judy became part of a singing trio when she and her sisters decided to make music, not war with each other. When the family found greener pastures in different cities, she looked to the Sweet Adelines to provide an interim family and found us to be pretty okay, even though she is the perfect Southern blonde and most of us are... not. Judy has the lead and can play a mean pitch pipe. She knows every song we have ever sung, and makes sure we keep perfect grammar in our lyrics, because she is a teacher to her very core.