- Feb 28, 2009
...Founded in Nashville in 1921, the Fairfield Four were lifting their voices when Charles Lindbergh flew across the Atlantic and when Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon. They were singing "Don't Let Nobody Turn You Around" when the Allied Forces defeated the Nazis and when Martin Luther King Jr. led the march on Selma. They were around before the widespread availability of commercial phonograph records--and they could well outlast the compact disc. As the repository of a style of black harmony singing that dates back to the 1800s, this a cappella ensemble has remained steadfast amid a century of constant change....