“Hallelujah” a Myrtle Beach, South Carolina registered Sweet Adeline International barbershop quartet has a total of 95 years singing experience and started out singing mid November of 2007. In late 2014 the quartet’s lead – Sue Myers – switched back to singing tenor.
In 2015, Susan Parrotta graciously accepted Hallelujah’s invitation to be their newest lead. Susan has definitely been a huge asset to the quartet.
Hallelujah welcomes performances and Birthday, Anniversary, Valentine singing telegrams. Hallelujah’s past performances include the Eastern Star, the NARFE, Myrtle Beach Estates, Agape, the Garden City Manor, Eagle Crest, Christmas performances, anniversary and birthday telegrams, private parties, and more than 400 Valentine recipients.
Contact person: Edye Papp firstname.lastname@example.org
Edye Papp sings Bass.
Born in El Paso, Texas, Edye was a service brat until her senior year in high school when her father retired. Guess that is why she is such a chatter box! Singing barbershop only happened later in her life. But as they say “Once you sing barbershop, you are hooked for life “Thirty plus years later” and after performing in four International contests (8th place her chorus’s best) she is still going strong loving every minute. Edye loves playing golf with her husband, Joe, and boasts a 17 handicap. This Christmas two of her three sons, and her two young grandsons, 15 and 14 years old, played. What an experience – not the playing golf part, but the grandkids driving the carts. Whew! Edye sang in the Robed Choir in high school and has sung for many church choirs. Retired in 1997 from Electrical Design, Edye now owns her own Real Estate company “One on One Realty’.
Diane Kane sings Baritone
Born in Oak Park, Il in 1930, Diane lived for 68 years in Illinois and moved to South Carolina in 2000 to care for her uncle. She married in 1949 and moved 17 times in 17 years between IL, IA, and WI. Diane had five sons. Her parents, grandparents, aunts , uncles and their friends all loved, played and sang music of all kinds. No wonder she has been singing since a toddler, both solo and with school choruses, church choirs, even for a short time with a band. Introduced to Sweet Adelines and barbershop harmony in 1973, she joined in 1974. 40 years in this wonderful organization, Diane is now singing baritone although has tried lead and bass. Retired from caregiving, ( her SC career) Diane now lives in Myrtle Beach, with her grandson, his wife, their new baby and their cat, Ozzie. “I am proud to be the Baritone of Hallelujah Quartet.”
Susan Parrotta sings Lead
Susan considers music and singing to be one of her life’s greatest blessings. One of her earliest memories is of singing herself to sleep at night as a child. She has sung in school and church choirs since the 6th grade, and was in a Southern Gospel Ensemble at her church for several years. With sing alongs and a community chorus, Susan incorporates music and singing everyday in her work with seniors as a wellness director at a senior living community. Her first introduction to singing barbershop was with the Sweet Adalines in 2010. Susan is fairly new to singing acapella, but is enjoying every moment of learning the ins and outs of barbershop harmony.
Sue Myers sings Tenor
Sue began singing barbershop in 1985 after a friend invited her to a Sweet Adeline chorus rehearsal in Pennsylvania. She began her barbershop career as a lead, but switched to tenor upon finding out she enjoyed the harmony part of the music. She sang with three choruses in Pennsylvania, including the Sounds of Pittsburgh chorus, Region 17 champions, 2009. She has helped charter three chapters, two in North Carolina and one in Pennsylvania. Sue filled in on tenor with Hallelujah for Christmas several years ago and was delighted to be asked to sing with them full time. In addition to singing with Hallelujah, Sue is active in church choir, praise team and the Trinity Ringers at Trinity United Methodist church in Conway, SC. She and husband Randy are retired background investigators.