AOH celebrates 50 years of music, fellowship

THE DANIEL BOONE CHORUS, AUGUST 1964: From left, Lynn Broadfoot, Bob Mertins, John Forternberry, Bill Wallace, James Hamilton, John Flannagan, Bert Volker, Gordon Manion, Elmer Kemmery, Jerry Coen, Carl Daniels, Pat Murphy, Doc Keough.

THE DANIEL BOONE CHORUS, AUGUST 1964: From left, Lynn Broadfoot, Bob Mertins, John Forternberry, Bill Wallace, James Hamilton, John Flannagan, Bert Volker, Gordon Manion, Elmer Kemmery, Jerry Coen, Carl Daniels, Pat Murphy, Doc Keough.

The 26 men who formed the Daniel Boone Chorus in January 1963 were much bigger pioneers than they ever knew.

Fifty years later, that small barbershop chorus would grow to 160 singers, win three international chorus competitions and move audiences to tears and joy with its music.

On Sept. 7, the Ambassadors of Harmony will celebrate 50  years of fellowship and creating great choral music. AOH is planning a special evening with family, friends and former members who have given so much to the chorus over the years. Here's to at least 50 more!



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