<div>The Four Freshmen are America’s most enduring vocal group, now in its 70th year of non-stop recording, performing, and touring—never going on hiatus, “rebooting,” etc.
Best known for hits like “It’s a Blue World” and “Graduation Day,” the group has released a multitude of recordings, earned 6 Grammy nominations, and appeared in numerous reader’s polls.</div><div><br></div><div>The unique and innovative vocal harmony sound of The Four Freshmen has influenced and inspired such iconic groups as The Manhattan Transfer, The Lettermen, and the legendary Beach Boys. You might think that after such a storied history, they would just ride the wave of success through nostalgic renderings of hits like “It’s A Blue World” and “Graduation Day," but you would be sorely mistaken. While The Four Freshmen happily pay tribute to the history and evolution of “The Freshmen Sound” by way of performing the hits of their predecessors, they are unafraid to break new ground through songs that strike a chord with listeners of any generation. Whether it be reimagining such classic standards as “Come Fly With Me” and “Stompin’ At the Savoy;” or profoundly evocative and energetic interpretations of Antonio Carlos Jobim’s seminal hits “The Girl From Ipanema” and “So Danco Samba;” or the introduction of meloncholy originals like “A Little While,” the listener will be taken on a musical journey by four accomplished musicians who exude nothing less than the energy, sincerity, and passion deserving of the great music they perform. </div>