Quartet Members

Scot Brennecke

Scot has been singing for most of his life, but didn't discover the joy of singing barbershop harmony until 2003, when he found the Men of Note chorus. Now his enthusiasm for the art form is irrepressible, and you'll often find him staying up late at night with other die-hard barbershoppers, ringing chords until the crickets start chirping in tune. Scot has been a member of Smooth Brew since 2006 and also sings with the Contemporary Chorale.

Karl Kiehl

Karl has a long history of barbershop quartet singing and has been a member of three quartets over the last 20 years - Tonal Eclipse, Boys Next Door and now Smooth Brew since 2006. In addition to barbershop a cappella, Karl enjoys singing tenor (contemporary worship songs) at church.

Jon Reed

Jon has been singing in church and school choirs for as long as he can remember. He found the Barbershop art form in 1982 when he first joined The Vocal Majority. He has been a member of choruses in Denver, Dallas, Detroit and Plano. He loves to sing and teach tags until the cows come home. Jon has been singing with Smooth Brew since 2012 and is Jonís first quartet with an actual name!

Walt Lammert

Walt sang with an a cappella chorus in junior college that toured the MidWest, and rediscovered a cappella in 2002 when he heard a Men of Note chorus performance. Walt has been singing with Smooth Brew since 2006 and also provides the live sound and recording expertise.