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The Be Sharps

The Be Sharps
In one of the most famous Simpsons episodes of all time, we learn of Homer’s past singing career as a member of the successful Barbershop Quartet, The Be Sharps. How successful were they? Well, they had a major hit (Baby on Board) and won the Grammy for Soul, Spoken Word and Barber Shop Quartet! Of course, like all successful Barber Shop groups; they were a victim of their own success, and a Yoko Ono lookalike.

The Bullet Points:
TV Show Appeared:
The Simpsons (1993)

Singing Voices: The Dapper Dans

The Fictional Band:
Homer Simpson
Barney Gumble
Seymour Skinner
Apu Neehasapeemapetilon

Songs you might remember:
Baby on Board

Why you should vote for them:
Come on, they won a Grammy!

Why you should not vote for them:
Oh wait…’s a Grammy.


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