Originally posted in The Saturday Evening Post magazine Sept/Oct 2008 edition
Article by Alanna Nash

Taylor Wilson is just like every other 16-year-old kid-he's wild about music. He plays trumpet in the high-school band and loads up his iPod with his favorite tunes. But that's where the Nashville, Tennessee teen's similarity to his peers ends. Taylor's iPod isn't stacked with the heavy metal of Whitesnake or the Brit-pop of Coldplay, but with a cappella music, specifically barbershop. His group of choice: The Four Freshmen, whose roots hearken to 1948 and the influence of the barbershop quartet Hal's Harmonizers.

"It's just the sound-hearing a really good lock and ring brings an instant smile to my face," he says...

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