Providing fellowship to our members and entertainment to our community since 1991.
of Plymouth, MN
Since 1991 the Plymouth Rockers Performing Senior Chorus of Plymouth, MN, has entertained Twin Cities audiences. They boast a membership of more than 70+ men and women, all 55+ years old, from 18 cities in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. The Plymouth Rockers is a non-profit 501(c3) organization sponsored by the City of Plymouth. They are a premier 4-part harmony singing group that fulfills its mission of bringing music to those who can’t go to concerts by entertaining for nursing homes, assisted living, senior high rises, business groups, church groups and social groups.
The Plymouth Rockers sing a variety of music from Golden Oldies, Broadway, Patriotic, Folk and Gospel. We give those who wish to continue that feeling of belonging and performing in a group the opportunity to reconnect with their musical journey, enriching their lives outside of work, family obligations and retirement. It also provides an avenue to get involved in your community while entertaining audiences across the area with great music.
Folk to Gospel
Jim Anderson – Director
Our director, Jim Anderson, was previously the keyboardist for the Plymouth Rockers for 8 years. He has a vast background of music experiences. Besides having a Master’s Degree in choral conducting and directing a high school choir, he has been director of music at several area churches, played at the Old Log Theater and performed in the Zephyr Cabaret. He arranges much of the music for the Plymouth Rockers.
Ed Meddock – Pianist
Our pianist, Ed Meddock, is a graduate from the U of M with a degree in music. Ed has performed in the Twin Cities area for the last 40+ years. Two of the groups where he was a member are inducted to the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame. Along with his duties with the Plymouth Rockers, Ed is also the accompanist for Servant of Christ Lutheran Church in his hometown of Champlin. He is also a current member of the group Free and Easy.