Vocal HERspective: Kimberly Newcomb

This week’s episode features an interview with Kim Newcomb of The Ladies and Half and Half Quartet, the voice behind your learning tracks, and otherwise amazing human. Kim is definitely on the forefront of advancing women in barbershop and you’ll want to hear what she has to say in this extended episode.

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Vocal HERspective: Theresa Weatherbee

On Episode 101, world-renowned performance and presentation guru Theresa Weatherbee shares her expertise and humor as she talks about her experience coaching performance both inside and outside the barbershop world. The interview goes beyond buzzwords and digs deep into what it takes to entertain an audience – the perfect advice for competition season!

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Vocal HERspective: What Now?

Vocal HERspective returns as the hosts check in after a busy caroling season that ALMOST felt like normal. Minus the COVID surge, avoiding exposure, the return to masking, the constant testing, the staff juggling, and now the uncertain near future. A must listen for anyone navigating how to rehearse and perform and trying to plan for any of it right now!

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Vocal HERspective: Blair Brown

Blair Brown is trailblazing in the barbershop community – not just for women, but for all. A member of Double Date and the first ever non-male member of the Barbershop Harmony Society, she’s also part of the most recent class of judge candidates. There’s lots to unpack, but suffice to say, barbershop is in good hands with people like Blair. The interview premieres on Vocal HERspective at 6 pm Pacific tonight

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Vocal HERspective: Amanda Pitts

On Episode 95, Amanda Pitts of Adrenaline chats about her life in barbershop – and don’t let her age fool you – she was one of the youngest women ever to take the stage for Sweet Adelines International! Plus, there’s lots more on the horizon.

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Vocal HERspective: Ann McAlexander

When you think of barbershop families, the McAlexander family is impossible to miss. A fixture at conventions and a leader in community conversations, Ann McAlexander talks about how barbershop become integrated into their family life, watching her kids grow into their own in the artform, the direction she’d love the community to take, and why you should just come up and say hi.

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Vocal HERspective: Sandi Wright

For Episode 90 of Vocal HERspective, hosts Kris and Amanda sit down with barbershop royalty. Queen of Harmony Sandi Wright earned her first Sweet Adelines crown with the Tetrachords in 1978 and hasn’t stopped since. She won again with Ambiance in 1986, performed and directed St. Louis Harmony Chorus, and now St. Louis Vocal Project. Aside from stories and tips from her barbershop career, Sandi also shares her advice on preserving your aging voice.

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Vocal HERspective: Samantha Tramack

Barbershoppers recognize the Tramack family name – a family descended from multiple generations of chord ringers with no sign of slowing up anytime soon. Vocal HERspective speaks with Samantha Tramack from the youngest generation of stars. From begging to join the New England Voices in Harmony at age 6 to winning her first crown with Taken 4 Granite, she’s just getting started.

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Vocal HERspective: Morgan La Croix

This week on Vocal HERspective, Kris and Amanda meet with two-time Harmony Queen, Morgan La Croix. Morgan is pretty much a lifelong barbershopper, taking to the risers at a very young age. She’s shared her magic with so many different communities within Harmony, Inc and has so much more to give. You can hear her sing with her latest chorus Northern Blend Chorus or her current quartet Roulette – HI Quartet.

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