Barbershop Quartet Performs Etta James Classic 'At Last'

Barbershop Quartet Performs Etta James Classic 'At Last'

Enjoy this barbershop quartet performance of the Etta James hit ‘At Last.’


This classic song was originally written in 1941 for a musical, but it wasn’t until 1960 that it became the iconic tune it is today. Etta James recorded her own arrangement and the song went straight to number one.

Even decades later, ‘At Last’ continues to be regularly played and covered by other artists all over the world. And whenever you hear those famous lyrics, it truly transports you back to another time and place.

“At last my love has come along
My lonely days are over and life is like a song, oh yeah
At last the skies above are blue
My heart was wrapped up clover the night I looked at you”

Today, the talented men of To The Fore are putting their own spin on these iconic lyrics and it’s definitely a performance you don’t want to miss. These four men certainly have a talent for singing and this performance during the Barbershop Harmony Society's 2012 International Convention is no exception.

Held at the Rose Garden Arena in Portland, Oregon, this convention brings together barbershop groups from all across the nation. The best voices in their craft put on an unbelievable show.

To The Fore brought these romantic words to life in a whole new way. When they sing a cappella, it truly gives each word an entirely different feel while still retaining the sound that we know and love.

Who else loves hearing these barbershop quartets?