The Amazing Goodtime Music Machine Show

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A premier barbershop quartet of the Central States District is the headline attraction in the Men In Harmony Chorus show at the Fox Theatre in Newton on November 5th at 7:00 p.m. Named “The Noise Boys”, this dubious foursome came together in July of 2001, dedicated to singing well and having a good time. That dedication helped them to win the Central States District Quartet Championship in convincing fashion just three months later in October of 2001. Along with that dedication, their shared love of singing and laughter creates an exceptional bond that makes a quartet click. Quartet members include, Tenor Bemo Myers, he works with the criminally insane in St. Joseph, MO; Lead Curt Angel has placed as high as 6th place on the International Stage. Curt is from Tulsa, OK; Baritone Don Conner, also lives in Tulsa, OK where he is a professional chef; and Bass Jeff Veteto, utterly loves Barbershop singing. He has sung in 14 different quartets, including currently singing with both of his sons. He also directs both men and women barbershop chorus’. Jeff is from Springfield, MO.

With a rich background in quarteting that includes five qualifiers to international, Bemo, Curt, Don, and Jeff blend their talents into a quartet that promises to get your attention. Their many years of show experience have enabled them to create a wonderful mix of solid musical production and light-hearted humor that will be sure to tickle your entertainment fancy.

Tickets, priced at $ 10.00, are available from Willis Duerkson 316.283.3516 and email OR any chorus member. Tickets will also be available at the Fox Theatre box office on the night of the performance beginning at 6:00 p.m. For more information check us out at or on Facebook Men In Harmony Chorus.

The Amazing Goodtime Music Machine Show

Address : 518 North Main Street Newton KS
Phone : 316-283-3516   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $10.00


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