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to the Warblers Club web site. The Warblers Club is a men's choral group
that has it roots in the original Warblers Club of Woodlawn High School
in Birmingham, Alabama, which existed from 1929 until 1977. Most of the
current, active performers were members of the Woodlawn High Warblers during
their high school days. For more information on the history of the Warblers
Club see our History page.
Warblers Club seeks to preserve the spirit of the original Warblers Club,
preserve and perform quality men's choral music, and promote the sense
of brotherhood that has always been a part of the Warbler Spirit. Through
revenues generated from its performances, Warblers Club, Inc. has, for
many years, provided funding for several local charities in the Birmingham,
current, active performing group numbers approximately fifty men, of all
age groups, who perform for numerous civic, religious, charitable and commercial
functions regularly. Periodically, the Warblers Club produces a major show,
held in a large venue in the Birmingham area. These major shows typically
draw audiences of thousands of people. Music performed by the Warblers includes
a large repertoire of traditional, spiritual, religious, patriotic and popular
Broadway choral numbers. Most of the musical numbers performed by the Warblers
were written and/or arranged by Warblers.