The Barbershop Harmony Society, legally and historically named the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, Inc. (SPEBSQSA), is the first of several organizations to promote and preserve barbershop music as an art form. Founded by Owen C. Cash and Rupert I. Hall in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1938, the organization quickly grew, promoting barbershop harmony among men of all ages. As of 2014, just under 23,000 men in the United States and Canada were members of this organization whose focus is on a cappella music. The international headquarters was in Kenosha, Wisconsin for fifty years before moving to Nashville, Tennessee in 2007. In June 2018, the society announced it would allow women to join as full members. More information...

The website is placed before and after in the BestRef global ranking of the most important sources of Wikipedia.

PR-model F-model AR-model
52,327th place
76,719th place
52,087th place
31,023rd place
32,576th place
26,928th place
60,392nd place
146,521st place
51,321st place
107,654th place
307,169th place
176,019th place
98,876th place
302,276th place
104,524th place
53,409th place
107,483rd place
46,708th place
197,162nd place
244,705th place
227,670th place
26,509th place
56,415th place
36,931st place
174,132nd place
109,005th place
231,774th place
49,519th place
116,910th place
64,201st place
162,250th place
132,582nd place
180,289th place
74,674th place
115,307th place
88,717th place
204,723rd place
136,354th place
266,682nd place
98,763rd place
114,979th place
60,977th place
1,914th place
2,643rd place
780th place