So Why "Cincy Noteables"?
One of the neatest things we discovered when we we're talking about becoming a quartet was the fact that Leslie's grandmother was a Regional Champion. Leslie’s grandmother's quartet name was the Coconotes. They were from West Palm Beach FL.
They came in first place at the Southeastern Regional Competition in 1956. Their winning song was Buchwheat Cakes. The article stated that her grandma sang baritone. She was also president of the Royal Palm chapter chorus at that time.
We thought we might use their name but when we found out they we're the "Coconotes" we didn't think it would work well in Cincinnati. So we talked about keeping Notes in our name and came up with "Cincy Noteables"
The other thing we discovered is that we love traveling. In the last year we have been to several areas in the United States and around the world! Nancy went to Austria and Germany. Jenny ran the Princess Half Marathon at Disney World and was recently in the Smoky Mountains. Leslie just got back from San Diego where she visited her new grandson. She has traveled to 49 of our 50 states and will be going to Hawaii and Germany this winter.
And we can't keep up with Liz! She recently was in Vancouver, Chicago, St. Louis and Denver for her son's wedding and Boston to visit her daughter. This year she will be walking the Camino De Santiago with her mom who is turning 80 years old.
No matter where we go. when we come back together we have a great time. Especially with our groupies, our families. We love to sing for groups of all ages and our hope is that through our music we will bring more harmony and peace into the world.
Meet Cincy Noteables