September 11, 2013

h/t Nonny.

Connor Going in Glasgow wanted to form a barbershop quartet, but couldn't find enough people. So, he did it himself.

Introducing the four Connors...

Tenor I (Top-Left Corner) likes Sex On The Beach.
Tenor II (Top-Right Corner) is levophobic, (fear of things to the left)
Baritone (Bottom-Left Corner) loves his Grandma, she cuts his hair.
Bass (Bottom-Right Corner) is his own best friend.

singing traditional folk song "When The Saints Go Marching In"
arranged by Denys Hood

Open thread below...

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