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Tag Archives: barbershop
Getting a haircut at the Magic Kingdom is a tradition for many families, including ours. In fact, our son has only had hair cuts at that location, all of them by Michal. If you’re like our family, or just plan … Continue reading
Yes, it’s finally here. The one week of Limited Time Magic we’ve all been waiting for; Disneyland and Disney World have finally unleashed the mighty vocal stylings of the Dapper Dans to re-invent the most mighty of harmonious sounds – … Continue reading
Walt Disney’s influence knows no national boundaries and so we go half-way around the world for this week’s Videopolis. Formed in 2010, SAMA Quartet was the first all male, Arabic, Emirati Barbershop Quartet and they’re taking the Middle East, and … Continue reading
A barbershop take on When She Loved Me. This moving song from Pixar’s Toy Story 2 (oops fixed) will bring you to tears. “Late Show” provided the vocals while Don Gray did the arrangement.