Gas House Gang
- Tenor: Kipp Buckner
- Lead: Rich Knight
- Bari: Rob Henry
- Bass: Jim Henry
- Bari: Mike Slamka
- Bari: Brandon Guyton
- Tenor: Joe Fink (1988-1990)
- 1988 - 1st
|Our Rough & Tumble Best (1989)||A Little Night Music (1992)||Face The Music (1996)||Some Children See Him... (2000)||The Gas House Gang's Fifth (2003)|
|Bowery Medley||Wonderful Day Medley||Strike Up The Band Medley||Caroling, Caroling||Beethoven 5.1|
|Sixteen Tons||The Moment I Saw Your Eyes||Wedding Bells||The Little Drummer Boy||Lazy Day|
|So Long, Mother||I Still Can't Say Goodbye||Brother Can You Spare A Dime||Merry Christmas, Darling||Blackbird/I Will|
|K.P.||O.C. Cash / The Flat Foot Four||Muskrat Ramble||Mary, Did You Know?||Goodbye, World, Goodbye|
|When I Look In Your Eyes||Shine||Where The Southern Roses Grow||Pat-A-Pan||My Coloring Book|
|Pass The Apples Medley||The Music Of The Night||Above My Head, I Hear Music||O Come Emmanuel||We're Little But We're Loud|
|Liar Medley||Sit Down, You're Rockin' The Boat||Erie Canal||Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas||Great Day|
|Old St. Louis||No More Sorrow||All Aboard For Dixieland||Carol Of The Bells||Will You Love Me Tomorrow?|
|My Old Man||Bright Was The Night||Don't Be A Baby, Baby||Do You Hear What I Hear?||Ezekiel Saw The Wheel|
|The Chemical Elements||Eine Kleine NOT Musik||This Is Some Lucky Day||Go Tell It On The Mountain||Lullabye (Goodnight My Angel) for Ryan|
|Sweet Hour Of Prayer||Love-Eyes Medley||Old Hymns Medley||Some Children See Him||Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da|
|William Tell Overture||Sometimes||Alleluia||bonus track: 'Twas the Night Before Christmas||Hold On|
|bonus track: Geda's Song|
The Gas House Gang
In the 1930's The St. Louis Cardinals baseball team was nicknamed "The Gas House Gang" to describe the players' fiery attitude toward the game and their fun-loving style of play. In 1987 a barbershop quartet from the St. Louis area chose the name to match its own personality. Since that time the energetic singing style and diverse repertoire of Kipp Buckner (tenor), Rich Knight (lead), Rob Henry (bari) and Jim Henry (bass) has proven the appropriateness of the title to people across North America and Europe.
After winning the 1988 Central States District Competition in their first attempt, they began a steady climb up the International Competition ladder which culminated in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where they were awarded the 1993 International Quartet Championship.
The group has performed in 48 states and have sung in such diverse locales as Russia, Hawaii, England, Ireland, Sweden, Holland, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, New York City's Carnegie Hall and The Grand Ole Opry.
They have been seen nationwide on the PBS special, "Voices in Harmony," and on NBC's Today Show. They have also been heard worldwide on BBC radio. Performers with whom they have shared the stage include such distinguished musicians as The Four Freshmen, The Swingle Singers, Rockapella, The Persuasions, The Chordettes, The King's Singers, The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Victor Borge, Porter Wagner, GLAD and the Grammy award winning group Chanticleer. The Gang made its theatrical debut in front of over 70,000 people as the barbershop quartet in "The Music Man" at The Muny, one of the world's largest outdoor theaters.
They produced five recordings which are consistently been top sellers and were awarded nominations by the Contemporary A Cappella Society of America (CASA), including Best Barbershop Song, Studio Album of the Year, Artist of the Year, Best Christmas Album, and Best Christmas Song.
The GHG retired in 2005 after losing their baritone Rob Henry to cancer in 2003.
They were named to the Society's Hall of Fame in 2008