Woodlawn’s Warblers sing doo-wop and gospel for Birmingham Baptist Association fundraiser
From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — The Warbler’s men’s chorus will be singing doo-wop and gospel to benefit the ministries of the Birmingham Baptist Association on Friday, May 18th, at 7:30 p.m., at First Baptist Church of Trussville located at 128 N Chalkville Road, Trussville, AL 35173.
The ensemble originated as a Woodlawn High School men’s choral group in the 1930’s and has continued singing throughout the years to raise funds for many charitable organizations. They are widely known for their doo-wop music and have a large following of former Woodlawn alumni as well as a new audience who enjoys their nostalgic style of music.
The Birmingham Baptist Association ministries that will be highlighted for this fundraiser are Ready Day One, a ministry that provides backpacks, school supplies and new shoes to children from low income neighborhoods; ReMedy, a ministry that provides gently used medical equipment to families in need; and Adopt-A-Station, a ministry to our city’s First Responders that shows appreciation by delivering baskets of goodies and baked goods for them to enjoy during the week of 9/11.