After Hours Drops New Album

It's been quite a year for the reigning BHS Quartet Champions, After Hours.

Today the group released their newest album, "The Next Ten Minutes," available as a digital download and a CD. While you're picking up your copy, you can also grab a t-shirt from their online store.


So what songs are featured? How about:

The title song: The Next Ten Minutes




Butter Outta Cream



The Sound of Music



The Coffee Song




Plus:

Bring Me Sunshine
Just A Little Talk With Jesus
Take On Me
The Power of Love
Annie's Song
Honeysuckle Rose
If I Could Tell Her
Fun and Fancy Free

Founded at Bradley University in Peoria, IL in 2007, tenor Tim Beutel and bass Dan Wessler originally started the group with two friends from college and won the 2010 ILL District Quartet Championship.

Eventually they were joined by baritone Bryan Ziegler and lead Drew Ochoa (lead). Bryan is a mutliple medal winner as a collegiate quartet singer, as well as with the Ambassadors of Harmony chorus, while Drew had previously sung with Prestige, the 2011 International Collegiate Quartet Champions. The new lineup found themselves near the top of the pack for years before winning it all in Orlando in July 2018.

Since their win, the group has traveled the world as invited guest nearly every weekend.Their 2019 calendar is still quite full - check out where you can see them, and of course, catch their return to BHS International Convention in Salt Lake City, airing live right here on FloVoice.

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