As much a part of American culture as Old Glory and Mom’s apple pie, barbershop quartet singing is an original American art form. It thrives today through the efforts of an organization formed in 1938, for the preservation and encouragement of barbershop quartet singing in America. Today, this organization, known as the Barbershop Harmony Society is the world’s largest all-male singing organization.
The Chordsmen, a chapter of this society, was chartered in 1955. We are celebrating our 63d season of bringing music, laughter, and entertainment in four-part “Barbershop” harmony to South Texas.
The chorus members represent just about every occupation and profession, and range in age from the “teens” to the “seniors.” We are united in our desire to sing four-part harmony and to sing it well.
We Meet Every Monday at 7PM
Colonial Hills United Methodist Church
5247 Vance Jackson
Use Whitson St. entrance and go around back to “The Back Door” Youth Center
Come join us!
President _________________________________________ Jim Foster
Secretary __________________________________________ Rowdy Stone
Treasurer __________________________________________ Jody Armand
Member At Large __________________________________ Charles Skipping
Member At Large __________________________________ Carole Carmichael
Membership VP____________________________________ John Weynand
Music VP____________________________________________ Josiah Garza
Marketing VP_______________________________________ Steve Burch
Youth In Harmony___________________________________Manny Lopez