Friday, February 10, 2012

Welcome from all the Shiloh Singers...

Welcome to the revised Shiloh Sacred Harp Singers of Northwest Arkansas website. This is the new home for information about the Shiloh Singers. Thanks are due the site's original webmaster, Shannon Seyler, who graciously allowed the Shiloh Singers to move her original work, the content and links from her original webpages, to this site.
Shiloh Singers at the Shiloh Museum's Country Store on January 22, 2012. Click on picture for larger image.

Thanks also to the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History, which allows the Shiloh Sacred Harp Singers to meet once each month on the 4th Sunday, 1:30 - 4:00 P.M. in the Country Store on the grounds of the Shiloh Museum, at 118 W. Johnson Ave., Springdale, AR 72764. Please keep in mind that singings in the months of November and December may be changed to accommodate Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Meeting changes will be announced on this site.

This site is built using Google's Blogger and will be hosted at no cost on Additional features and links will be added as time permits. A calendar of events will be posted near the top of the sidebar so that singings or special events can be easily confirmed. Pictures will be stored in PicasaOnline and eventually you'll be able to click on most pictures of people and events for a larger version of the picture you can download and print on your own computer. However, this site will be a work in progress for a while as we respond to ideas and suggestions from the members. You can also help if you have a link to a site that we overlooked or have not had the time to add yet. We'll add it to the list of things to do.

I don't plan to make a large number of updates or entries each month, but comments or suggestions are always welcomed. Or if you wish to pass along news of a Sacred Harp singing or other news item of special interest to our singers, feel free to contact us directly via email.

We hope you will enjoy the site and find it useful.

B. R. Black
"You don't get harmony when everybody sings the same note." - Doug Floyd