The repertoire runs the gamut including songs from various decades and in various genres. Our typical performances vary from 30 to 60 minutes with most running about 45 minutes. Click here to see a the song list for a typical performance. Note that where you see “MC” we usually have a chorus member tell a joke or two and introduce the next set of songs.

Links to recordings will show up when your mouse is over a live link – then click on the links to hear sample recordings from recent performances.

Here’s a random sampling by decade:

from the 1920s (“Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue”), the 1930s (“Lulu’s Back in Town”), the 1950s (“Hey, Good Lookin” by Hank Williams), the 1960s (Smokey Robinson’s “My Girl”), the 1970s (“All that Jazz”), the 1980s (“All the Gold in California”), and from the 1990s (“Walking in Memphis”).

Or a random sample by genre:

Religious / Spiritual: “You Raise Me Up,” “Amazing Grace,” “When the Saints Go Marching In,” “A Parting Blessing,” “Veni Jesu,” and “River in Judea.”

Show tunes: “Hey Look Me Over” from Wildcat, “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserables, “The Impossible Dream” from Man of La Mancha, and “Step to the Rear” from How, Now, Dow Jones.

Americana: “God Bless America,” the Irving Berlin classic; “It’s a Grand Night for Singing” and “Some Enchanted Evening” by Rodgers and Hammerstein; “I Want a Girl (Just Like the Girl)” a turn-of-the-previous-century classic; “George Cohan – Patriotic Medley”; and “Workin’ on the Railroad.

Seasonal: “Silver Bells,” “Winter Wonderland,” “December Child,” “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” and “Child of God

Popular: “Turn Around, Look at Me,” “Save The Last Dance For Me,” “Mood Indigo,” “All the Gold in California,” “The Birth of the Blues,” “Calendar Girl,” “Silhouettes,” “Moonglow,” and “Standing on the Corner.”