HHT" is an all male, a cappella chorus based in Plymouth, Wisconsin. We are the Plymouth Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. "HHT" is a group of all-around "good guys who love to sing." We are under the direction of Mr. Brad Charles of Milwaukee WI. Founded in 1970, HHT is currently comprised of eighteen men from five Wisconsin counties. HHT performs a variety of music including spiritual, patriotic, comedy and show tunes along with traditional songs in the barbershop style, a unique American music genre. This style of singing is described as four-part, unaccompanied, close-harmony singing, with the melody in the second voice, called the "lead." Tenor (counter-tenor voice) harmonizes above the lead singer, bass sings the lowest harmonizing notes, and the baritone provides the in-between notes to form consonant, pleasing chords. It has been further described as a "melting pot" product of African-American musical devices, European hymn-singing culture, and an American tradition of recreational music. Melodies are in the vocal and skill range of the average singer, with lyrical emphasis on simple, heartfelt emotions.
HHT exists to enrich lives through singing. We're making a difference in people's lives, and that's what really matters. And that's why we sing!
HHT is available to sing for parties, patriotic celebrations, picnics, community events, and church services.
HHT performs each December in our "Tannenbaum Express." This is a Saturday in December and the chorus spends the day singing at various nursing homes, senior centers and local businesses.
HHT is a member of the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce, the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, the Sheboygan Performing Arts Association, and the Barbershop Harmony Society.
Each year, HHT performs two Cabaret Shows (one in Spring in Sheboygan and one in fall in West Bend). We also performed at a number of public park events, along with nursing homes and churches.
We support the "Sheboygan Area Food Pantry" and the "Fond du Lac Salute the Troops" program. We take our responsibility as a community citizen very seriously and continue to look for ways to assist our community.