Welcome ... We are the "East Texas Men In Harmony"

The "East Texas Men In Harmony" is comprised of men from all over the East Texas area, representing over 20 towns in the Greater Tyler area, and as far away as Lufkin and Nacogdoches. Our members come from all walks of life, and represent all age groups. The love of Barbershop Harmony brings us together to sing at civic clubs, corporate parties, awards banquets, and anywhere else people gather for an evening of musical enjoyment. The chorus is an affiliated chapter with the International Barbershop Harmony Society, with over 750 chapters and 24,000 members.

In October of last year, the East Texas Men in Harmony competed at the five-state Southwestern District Convention. The chorus won the Plateau AA Chorus Championship and placed third amongst all competing choruses.


The East Texas Men In Harmony proudly present … Grandpa's Attic!

George Lawton (Grandpa) has finally been convinced by his two grandchildren to move out of his large home and into a retirement center. Having lost his beloved wife a few years ago, the home is too much for George to handle. He reluctantly agrees. All of his items have been moved out, except those in his attic. Unbeknownst to him, his grandchildren have invited his former barbershop chorus members to come help him move. Bringing out item after item not only brings back memories, but also songs by his former barbershop buddies. The memories are funny, inspiring, and touching, as George is able to recall and talk about many memories of his life.
This is a feel-good story for all ages and one that will touch the hearts and lives of many. Looking back over our lives is both a joyous and, sometimes painful process to which we all can relate. 
Please come and join the East Texas Men In Harmony as they present Grandpa’s Attic on June 20th at the Robert E. Lee High School Fine Arts Center at 2:30 pm and 7 pm.

Grandpa's Attic

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Individuals, organizations, and corporations may now assist the East Texas Men In Harmony financially by joining our Circle Of Support program. You will be making tax deductible donations to allow us to better serve the Tyler area community by helping the chorus to cover operating expenses, and to support the Barbershop Society's mission of spreading music education through agencies such as the Harmony Foundation. It will also allow the ETMIH to work with local music programs in our public schools and universities to encourage our youth to become involved in this very worthwhile musical art form. Click on the logo to learn more about membership in the Circle Of Support program.



Who We Are


We are more than just a barbershop chorus ... we are a brotherhood of singers who harmonize in spirit, in friendship, and in our ideals, as well as with our voices. We take great pride in our accomplishments, and strive to continuously improve our ability to enlighten, dazzle, and entertain our audiences wherever we perform.  We hope to touch the hearts and souls of everyone who hears our songs, helping them to relax to the music, move to the beat, and think about fond memories as they listen to our words and barbershop chords.




We rehearse weekly, unless we are performing for groups in and around Tyler, Texas. We occasionally take longer trips to attend division and district conventions and competitions, but you can usually find us at the Green Acres Baptist Church on Thursday evenings, honing our skills under the expert leadership of our talented Director, Dianne Bottoms. Visitors are welcome to join us as we rehearse, since we always enjoy singing to an audience. We also invite men who enjoy singing to come and listen, and hopefully, join us on the risers. We are always looking for new talent.




The Barbershop Harmony Society, or the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, Inc. (SPEBSQSA), was organized in 1938 to promote and preserve barbershop music as an art form. The society now promotes barbershop harmony among men of all ages, and totals just under 25,000 men in the United States and Canada. The international headquarters was in Kenosha, Wisconsin for fifty years before moving to Nashville, Tennessee in 2007.