06 30 2016
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Veteran group discusses their evolution, international touring, branding and more

Now the group tours internationally and licenses their music to films, TV shows and video games. On July 20, the group will be performing at the Doug Fir Lounge to commemorate the ten year anniversary of "Spirit in Stone," their debut album.

Haynes sang with the greats -- starting his own vocal groups and a music label

Legendary harmony singer Furman Haynes passed away in Portland, Ore., July 2. A founder member of The Deep Tones, Haynes traveled the world singing with everyone from Ella Fitzgerald, Bill Landford and Count Basie to Johnny Smith's Ink Spots.  He founded a record label based in Portland, and was happily married to the love of his life for 60 years. 


Do you find this state of affairs unsettling, or are you so jaded that you accept the notion that everything has a price?

Economists have been referred to by cynics as emotional cripples who know the price of everything but appreciate the value of nothing. Increasingly, the same might be said of people in general as we've come to embrace the commodification of virtually every aspect of human existence.


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