If you love vocal harmony and swing music, the Vintage Vocal Quartet has your number! The Vintage Vocal Quartet brings to life the sweet harmonies of the big band era: groups like the Glenn Miller Orchestra’s Modernaires, the Nat King Cole Trio, the Delta Rhythm Boys, the Andrews Sisters, and the Tommy Dorsey band’s Pied Pipers.
Even if you aren’t familiar with these groups, you have definitely heard of some of their members. Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Mel Tormé, Connee Boswell and Jo Stafford got their starts singing harmony.
The four singers of the VVQ also play instruments, so they pack a big sound into a small package. The members are:
Taylor O’Donnell – soprano voice/piano
David Thorne Scott – alto voice/bass
Adam Gautille – tenor voice/trumpet
Paul Pampinella – baritone voice/guitar