The Four Freshmen

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by The Four Freshmen

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Formed at Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, in 1948, the Four Freshmen were a ground-breaking vocal group who influenced the Hi-Lo’s, the Beach Boys, Manhattan Transfer and countless other close-harmony outfits. The group originally consisted of lead vocalist Bob Flanigan (22 August 1926, Greencastle, Indiana, USA), his cousins Ross Barbour (b. 31 December 1928, Columbus, Indiana, USA) and Don Barbour (b. 19 April 1927, Columbus, Indiana, USA, d. 5 October... Read more

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jazz
vocal
jazz vocal
quartet
killer harmonies
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