Thank you so much for making my grandmas birthday so special. Especially being her 97th birthday I felt something different, unique and entertaining was perfect. The gents helped with the surprise for her, they were on time and actually stayed a little longer then expected. They really made her day she cried and cried. How special!! Thank k you for sharing your talents guys- all the love and best wishes- Melissa from Colorado
The Flexible Four is a barbershop quartet that performs throughout Tampa Bay. The quartet performs at corporate motivational events, patriotic events, public gatherings, private parties, anniversaries, birthdays, school music education sessions, and other special occasions with the purpose of performing and entertaining the barbershop style of music for people's enjoyment. They have had the honor of performing the National Anthem at Tampa Bay Devil Rays and Tampa Bay Buccaneers games. Recently, the Flexible Four did a cross-country patriotic tour in a recreation vehicle sponsored by Born Free Motorcoaches and Woodall's Magazine. They have appeared many times on TV and radio.
Performing approximately 80 times annually, The Flexible Four audience will enjoy hearing a mix of new and old music in a variety of styles including New Orleans jazz, early rock and roll, patriotic, gospel, traditional American and a few songs that just make you laugh and feel good, all performed in the unique four-part harmony barbershop style.
The quartet consists of performers who are all members of the 50 voice Tampa Bay Heralds of Harmony Championship Chorus that competes internationally and ranks among the top choruses in the country.
Steve Matheson sings lead and has been in barbershop for 23 years and serves on the Board of Directors of the Tampa Bay Heralds of Harmony Barbershop Chorus as Director of Marketing. He is president of Buck, Klein & Ward Advertising Agency in Tampa and lives in suburb of Carrollwood with his wife Sheri. Steve is very talented and handsome and approved this message.
Chuck Steiner, bass, is in the physician services billing field. He is a 17-year barbershopper, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Tampa Bay Heralds of Harmony (VP- Music/Performance) and is the Barbershop Harmony Society's Sunshine District President. He lives in Tampa and shares his living quarters with two cats.
Ralph Brown, baritone, is a former airline pilot for Northwest Airlines and lives in Riverview with his wife Chris. Ralph, a retired Air Force pilot, is a 23-year veteran of barbershopping and now plays a lot of golf when he is not singing those crazy baritone notes.
Russ Powell, tenor, is a former Professor at the University of Kentucky. He was spending his time growing oranges until they all died so he now grows grapes that seem to be doing OK. Russ is a 25 year veteran of barbershopping.
A mix of excellent singing, audience participation and lots of humor will make your event memorable for years to come.