We’re bringing back memories at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center! The residents had a blast watching The Barber Shop Quartet perform.

The singers dressed in traditional Barbershop attire (mustache included), and they even danced while singing! After the concert, residents enjoyed taking pictures with the quartet members.

Barbershop music is traditionally unaccompanied four-part harmonies. It is considered an American folk art. It is not clear exactly when barbershop music started, but it is believed to have grown between the 1860s through the 1920s, based on the types of popular songs at that time.

Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center is located in Southeastern Kentucky, near the beautiful University of the Cumberlands campus. We provide many services including 24-hour nursing, physicians, radiology, laboratory, and pharmacy services. We also provide physical, occupational, and speech therapy.