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After Hours (BHS)

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== Recordings ==
 
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! [http://www.ahquartet.com/albums-media.html After Hours] ''(2009)''
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| Tonight, Tonight
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| Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
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| South Rampart Street Parade
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| Where the Southern Roses Grow
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| Come On Get Happy
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| Beautiful Savior
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| Hello, My Baby
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| If I Loved You
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| Friend Like Me
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| Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring
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| Honey Medley
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| Parting Blessing
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== Biography ==
'''After Hours'''
 
After Hours Barbershop Quartet, based in Central Illinois, started singing together in 2009. Since then, they have had the pleasure of singing in a variety of venues across the midwest. They have also enjoyed coaching from several distinguished barbershoppers, including Terry Ludwig, director of the Sound of Illinois Chorus, [[Kevin Keller]], an influential arranger and BHS judge, and [[Eric Dalbey]] and [[Tim Waurick]] of [[Vocal Spectrum]], the 2006 International Barbershop Quartet Champions.
 
After Hours began competing in the spring of 2009 and have since become the 2010 [[Illinois District]] quartet champions as well as the three-time Illinois District collegiate champions (2009-2011). At the 2011 International Barbershop Convention, After Hours competed in the Quartet Competition, and made it to the semifinal round where they placed 16th overall. Additionally, they placed 3rd in the Collegiate Quartet Competition, scoring higher than any previous Illinois District collegiate quartet competing at the international level.
 
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