- Tenor: Don Slamka
- Lead: Michael Slamka
- Bari: Mark Slamka
- Bass: Jack Slamka
- 1989 - 1st
|Best Times (1992)||A Musical Scrapbook (1998)||Love at Home (2003)|
|I'm Gonna Live Till I Die||Hey Look Me Over / If My Friends Could See Me Now (medley)||Side By Side|
|The Moment I Saw Your Eyes||Polkadots and Moonbeams||The Sunshine of Your Smile|
|Old Songs Are Just Like Old Friends||Heart||Moonlight Becomes You|
|Anytime||The Little Boy||I've Been Workin' on the Railroad|
|Joshua||Swingin' On A Star||Time After Time|
|Stars Fell On Alabama||Rock-A-Bye Baby||A Sunday Kind of Love|
|Through The Years||I Love To Hear That Old Barbershop Style||Play That Barbershop Chord|
|Blackeyed Susan Brown||Dream (medley)||My Foolish Heart|
|I Miss Mother Most Of All||The Best Man||Till Tomorrow|
|The Best Times I Ever Had (I Owe 'Em To My Good Ole' Dad)||Pal Of My Dreams||Takin' a Chance on Love|
|Everytime I Feel The Spirit||Orange Colored Sky||Let Me Be Your Wings|
|I Know A Little Bit / I Don't Know Why (medley)||When There's Love at Home|
|The Lord's Prayer||Rise, Shine the Light is a Comin'|
Nothing can compare with the Power of family. Power Play consists of a father, his two sons, and his nephew.
Jack Slamka, the father, sings bass and is a 30-year member of the Barbershop Harmony Society. Michael, his son, sings lead and is a 20-year member of the Society. Don, the nephew, sings tenor and is a 17-year member of the Society. Mark, the other son, sings baritone and is a 15-year member of the Society.
Power Play was formed in 1988, and won the Pioneer District (Michigan) quartet championship in the fall of 1989.
They competed in international competition a dozen times (six in the top 10) and finally won in 2003 in Montreal.
This quartet proves that the family that Plays together stays together.
- Official website
- AIC page
- Wikipedia: Power Play (quartet)
- Barbershop Music Database: Contest scoring history