4 Ever Young

4 Ever Young pays tribute to those fabulous doo-wop vocal groups from that era with the sweetest four-part close harmony this side of the Brooklyn Bridge.

4 Ever Young is an exciting a cappella group from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex which specializes in 50s and 60s style Rock-n-Roll music. They pay tribute to those fabulous doo-wop vocal groups from that era with the sweetest four-part close harmony this side of the Brooklyn Bridge. The group's repertoire consists mostly of Rock-n-Roll classics, all arranged by the group in its own unique style.

This mic's a-rockin'! 4 Ever Young continues to add new songs and fine tune its repertoire to become more and more polished and entertaining. The group enjoys an active performance schedule, regularly entertaining folks at private parties, corporate events, banquets, restaurants, and conventions. The group has performed at a variety of venues, with notable public engagements at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Dallas Convention Center, Fair Park, and Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, and a featured television appearance on Channel 21 (UPN/KTXA).

They have also opened for Sha Na Na (known from their self-titled TV series and as the band from the movie "Grease.") Corporate clients include Exxon Mobil, Southwest Airlines, and TXU Electric. Also, the group was featured in several print articles.

Although they perform regularly as an a cappella group, in 2012, 4 Ever Young joined forces with a band consisting of guitar, bass, saxophone, and drums, with vocalists playing keyboard, rhythm guitar, and percussion, for occasions requiring a full 50s band experience. The combined group, 4 Ever Young and the Reflections, has performed at events including GrapeFest, the Sounds of Lewisville concert series, and Keller Crawfish Krawl, to name a few.