In 1974 Bob Kay, the son of former Liverpool Football Club manager George Kay,
had seen an American Barbershop Convention on the television
and he was enthralled by the style of music.
Gathering some friends together, Bob formed the club and rehearsals were held at the Pineapple Hotel in Park Road, Liverpool for the first seven years.
Tragically Bob Kay died just before the fifth birthday of the club and Rhiannon Whittle took over as MD. The club's membership increased and during 1982 the chorus moved to Wavertree Town Hall for rehearsals and in 1983 to Tom Hall's Tavern in the Strand.
In the 1983 Barbershop Convention, Liverpool Chorus were placed fifth in England and Wales and had a lot of local success.
In February 1993 the chorus recorded a music tape 'Liverpool in Harmony' at Aigburth People's Hall. This tape was reproduced as a CD in 2002.
The chorus moved to Huyton and Prescot Golf Club
in June 1999 and to Lee Park Golf Club in 2013.
As part of the club's recruitment drive, singing courses were started in 2010, At these events a warm welcome is given to anyone who wishes to come along and participate.
In 2014 the club celebrated their 40th year at that time they had performed for audiences over 1000 times.
The chorus moved in 2017 to its current location at Prescot Town Hall,
Warrington Road, Prescot L34 5QX