Part Harmony is one of Baltimore’s finest acapella groups. Established in 1984, three brothers along with two cousins set out to bring joy to the hearts of everyone who listens through song.
Known for their ability to bring back the sounds of Doo Wop mixed with Motown and Flash, Part Harmony always seems to please their audience. Becoming an attraction each summer at Baltimore City’s Inner Harbor Downtown Ampitheater, their popularity grows with every performance.
Some of their accomplishments consist of sharing the stage with some very elite company such as Sinbad, Angela Bofield, Natalie Cole, The Four Tops, The Drifters, and others. They also had a cameo appearance in Charles Dutton’s directorial debut “The Corner” and the first episode of “Homicide.”
With their flair of style and music, Part Harmony promises to continue to bring wholesome fun to everyone.
|Dancing In The Street||Home For Christmas|
|How Sweet It Is||Jingle Bells|
|My Girl||This Christmas|
|Rockin’ Robin||Amazing Grace|
|Save The Last Dance||Clean Up|
|Stand By Me||Come In The Room|
|This Magic Moment||Fix It Jesus|
|Twistin’ The Night Away||Walk Around Heaven|
|Corey Goodwin is the youngest, most fly member of the group. Corey is also nephew to Victor, Vince, and Herb Tabron, truly making this a family affair. Corey originally joined the group 9 years ago but grew up around the group as he took notes from his uncles at an early age. Corey mostly sings Baritone, but can also be heard singing some 1st tenor in some songs.||Mr. Glen Hardy is an old-fashioned crooner. He loves the sound of the 50’s and 60’s. Glen primarily sings Baritone and leads a plethora of songs to suit his voice. Glen has been a PH Member for over 10 years. In a name that tune contest, Glen will win hands down over most, especially if that tune is from the 50’s and 60’s. Glen’s ability to pull in the older generation when PH performs is second to none.|
|Herb Tabron is one of the founding members of PH. As the oldest of the three brothers, Herb was instrumental in the group’s creation way back when. Herb’s unique tenor tone gives PH its unique sound. Herb Tabron normally provides a hard Second Tenor when he’s singing in the background. Herb’s signature song to lead is the ever popular “Rockin Robin”.||Victor Tabron is the youngest of all the brothers. Victor is easily the most important member of the group. Victor sings the bass. Victor is one of the best bass voices most people have never heard. When listening or watching PH perform, it’s easy to notice what the backbone and foundation of PH is. Victor doesn’t lead any songs, but PH would not exist if it weren’t for Victor’s unique skill set.|
|Vincent Tabron is also one of the group’s founding members. Vince is the middle of the 3 brothers and twin brother to Victor Tabron. Vince’s versatility allows PH to sing a variety of different types of tones. Vince can fluctuate between 1st and 2nd Tenor. Vince leads about 40% of all of PH’s songs. One of Vince’s signature songs to lead is “How Sweet it Is”.||They say there’s one in every group. Well John Tiller is our one. John has been with PH for over 20 years and he can get and keep a party going all alone. John Tiller AKA TILL TILL, leads the majority of the songs. John’s unique 1st tenor, and flare for the spotlight enhance PH’s sound and stage presence. At the end of every PH performance it’s clear as to who the crowd favorite is.|