Twin Mountain Tonesmen turns 40

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May 18, 2019 at the Murphey Performance Hall, the Twin Mountain Tonesmen will perform “40! On with the show! The 40 man group is comprised of singers from highschool age on through their 70’s. Some of these singers have been with the Tonesmen for decades, and all are excited for this anniversary showcase.

“On this show we’re going to bring back a lot of our top hits, our songs and our skits,” said Mark Clark, Music Director for the Tonesmen. “We’re going to throw in some new things as well. So we hope to have something for everyone, some things that some past audiences have seen and some new surprises as well.” Mark Clark’s father, Bruce Clark, founded the Tonesmen and many members are second generation.

In addition to the heavily awarded main a cappella choir, the group also provides the members for the award winning Texas Pride Quartet. Texas Pride has been together for nearly 25 years, only recently picking up lead, Mason Eubank. They sing multiple styles of music from barbershop classics to classic rock hits.

For tickets to the anniversary showcase, head over to Eggemeyers General Store or go online to the San Angelo Performing Arts Center.

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