- Tenor: Allen Reynolds
- Lead: Tim Reynolds
- Bari: Brad Hine
- Bass: Brian Williams
- 2010 - 20th
- 2004 - 1st
The Zamboni Brothers are made up of 4 long-time friends, including a set of real brothers. They formed in August of 2004 and won the Dixie District Quartet Champions that fall! All four are members of The Atlanta Vocal Project ('05, '08, '11 Dixie District Chorus Champs).
Allen Reynolds (tenor) has been barbershopping since 1988 and can hold a loud, high note for a very long time. He has spent the last 20 years of his life as an aerospace engineer for NASA in Huntsville, AL. He has an idea for a solar powered flashlight he hopes will soon take off. Upon finally learning that barbershop competition is not exactly rocket science Allen immediately won his first Dixie District Quartet Championship in 2004 with Zamboni Brothers. He lives in Huntsville, AL with his wife Tamra, a Sweet Adeline, and his motocross-racing son, Jamison.
Tim Reynolds (lead) A society member since 1989, he is a 3-time Dixie District Quartet Champ (Bandstand '96, Riptide '98, Zamboni Brothers '04) and is a 5-time past international medalist with Riptide from 2001-2005 and lead of the Int'l Top 10 quartet, Glory Days ('06-'09). Tim, and his talented Sweet Adeline wife Amy, are the proud parents of triplet boys, Owen, Braden, and Stephen. But their youngest, daughter Meagan, keeps the triplets walking the straight and narrow. Tim is currently working as a Chief IT Engineer and lives in Cumming, GA.
Brad Hine (baritone) A society member since 1983, Brad sang his first tag in diapers as he is a 3rd gen barbershopper. He has been a member of many Dixie quartets over the last 20 years: Uptown Sound, The Bungee Chords, Scruffy Murphys, The Polecat Daddies, them and Zamboni Brothers. He is Product Manager for ETI Software in Norcross, GA and is married to Georgia Hine, a regional champ quartet singer and member of Song of Atlanta Show Chorus. They live in Alpharetta, GA with their 3-year old son, Kelso.
Brian Williams (bass) A society member since 1989, Brian first sang barbershop in high school in Tulsa, OK. Upon graduating college he married his high school sweetheart, Brenda and they settled in Marietta, GA in 1992. Brian is 3-time Dixie District Quartet Champ (Atlanta Power Company '93, Bandstand '96, Zamboni Brothers '04). By day, Brian is a computer programmer for Hitachi Data Systems and by night he is a Dad to his two children, Shannon (16) and Reed (14). Brian is also a pilot in his spare time and takes every chance to roam the wild blue yonder.
- Barbershop Music Database: contest scoring history