We recently had the pleasure of seeing SIX. What is SIX you ask? It's a group of six brothers. They actually come from a family of ten brothers, no sisters. Can you imagine having ten boys -- YIKES! When they were very young, their father noticed they could make up songs and harmonize without help from him or anyone else. Being musically talented himself, he decided to sit them down at an old piano and teach them gospel hymns. There are six voices, zero instruments, but it sounds like various musical devices are being played as they sing. Actually, it's the six brothers making all the sounds. Families seem to be important in all the shows we have attended, as are Veterans. All military personnel, past and present, are recognized at every show.
Video and/or audio recordings are not allowed inside the theater. However, I did find some of SIX' music on YouTube. Here is SIX paying tribute to those who have served and are currently serving in our military:
Each brother drives a Chevy Camaro -- all six are parked in a line outside the Hughes Brothers Theater when SIX is performing.
Also "onelittlemonkey" left a comment. I could not find a blog for you -- if you have one, please let me know. We try to watch Dr. Cloer online on Sunday mornings. Thanks for the nice words and we look forward to visiting Englewood again!