Six Foot Four

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Ian, Steve, Lecky and James formed "The Six Foot Four" during a rehearsal of the Melbournaires Barbershop Chorus (in Melbourne, Australia) in March, 2000. As we are all at least six foot tall, Steve suggested that we call ourselves "The Six Foot Four".
Ian (Lead) is the musical director of the Melbournaires and a former Baritone section leader. Steve (Bari) is the Bass section leader of the Melbournaires. Lecky (Tenor) is the Tenor section leader of the Melbournaires. James (Bass) is a former director of the Melbournaires, and part-time coach and adviser to the Melbournaires. Ian and Steve have sung together previously in the quartet, Yarra Blend. James sang in the quartet, Bon Acchord.

Silent Night
O Come All Ye Faithful
Hark The Herald Angels Sing
We Wish You A Merry Christmas
I'll Be Home For Christmas
White Christmas
The Restroom Door Said Gentleman (COMEDY)


Barbershop Uptempo
Hello Mary Lou
Blackbird Medley
The Moment I Saw Your Eyes
When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin' Along
Sittin' On Top Of The World
I'm Gonna Live 'Til I Die
Didn't Want To Fall

Barbershop Swing
Paper Moon
Java Jive
Give Me A Barbershop Song

A Cappella Swing
ShBoom (Life Could Be A Dream)

Barbershop Ballad
From The First Hello To The Last Goodbye
Just A Cottage Small By A Waterfall
Irish Blessing
Old St Louie
Heart Of My Heart/I Love You Truly
What'll I Do
Let The Rest Of The World Go By
The Whiffenpoof Song
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