After Hours (HI)
- Tenor: Morgan LaCroix
- Lead: Maria Stolcz-Gabriella
- Bari: Stacy Hugman-Frenette
- Bass: Lindsay Chartier
- 2000 1st
Represented Area 2
After Hours released their CD, "For Once in My Life" in the summer of 2003.
For Once in My Life
1) For Once in My Life (arranged by Joni Bescos)
2) When Day is Done (arranged by Ed Waesche)
3) Somewhere Out There (arranged by Mike Gabriella)
4) Sentimental Gentleman from Georgia (arranged by Ed Waesche)
5) Makin' Whoopee- 8-part, sung with Road Show quartet live in Ottawa, March 23, 2002 (arranged by Bob O'Connell)
6) What Would I Do Without My Music (arranged by Tom Gentry)
7) Swing Down Chariot (arranged by Mac Huff)
8) They All Call It Canada (arranged by Beverly Kennedy)
9) With a Song in My Heart- 8-part, sung with South Side quartet (arranged by Renee Craig)
10) Baritone Blues (arranged by The Management quartet)- nominated for a CASA award that year for best comedy song
11) All Aboard For Dixieland (arranged by David Wright)
12) Love Me and the World is Mine (arranged by David Wright)
13) Friends (arranged by David Wright)
14) Bonus track
After Hours was born in February 2000 with four members of varying experience and expertise from the Montreal Chapter of Harmony, Inc. (Now Montreal City Voices). Since then, they have had the honour and privilege of representing Harmony, Inc. and their choruses on many shows throughout Canada and the United States, including a performance on the World Harmony Jamboree in Montreal during the 2003 men’s Barbershop Harmony Society International Convention.
Morgan, Maria, Stacy and Lindsay live to sing and share their love of music with as many people as they possibly can. They are dedicated to spreading the word of Harmony, Inc. and the wonderful music and friendship that they feel honoured to be a part of.
In 2010, After Hours celebrated their 10th year together and are still going strong.