International barbershop quartet covers The Beatles’ “When I’m Sixty-Four”

You’ve never heard a Beatles song like this before! A barbershop quartet featuring talent from all over the world sings an Acappella cover of the hit song “When I’m Sixty-Four.”

The primary singer, Sonny Vande Putte from Belgium, leads the group in singing the popular love song about growing old together. The other three follow suit to back him up.

Dieter Verhofstadt from Belgium and Suriname sings baritone. Dan Wright from the United States sings tenor; Julien Neel from France sings bass. Their voices all blend into a wonderfully harmonious track.

The sheer talent of these four is breathtaking. Each one recorded his own piece separately. Then Julien edited the video and audio to blend them together to produce one awesome song.

The collaboration of these gentlemen provides a great example of what a barbershop quartet should sound like. It’s clear from the way they work together what great friends they are.

Paul McCartney and John Lennon probably never imagined their song could sound so good! Laying down tracks without instrumental accompaniment is a challenge that this international barbershop quartet tackled beautifully.

The sweet music of Acappella and barbershop quartet is combined in this awesome video of a Beatles’ cover song. We can’t wait to see what these guys will collaborate on next!

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International barbershop quartet covers The Beatles’ “When I’m Sixty-Four”