100 Men in Black in an all male chorus that formed under the direction of Marlon E. West in Durham, NC. It is an independent, community-based male chorus with open membership to all withing the Triangle community and surrounding areas. The group is composed of men of all ages, ethnicities and walks of life, who love to sing and share the good news of the gospel through music.
The group's style of music is very diverse. They sing traditional gospel, quartet, spirituals, contemporary gospel, anthems, chorale, patriotic, and a capella music. During each annual concert, they have invited guest artists who share their ministry. To date, they have performed alongside guests such as Luther Barnes, Bryan Wilson (former member of the Mississippi Mass Children's Choir), Fred Jones Mime Ministry, comedians Rodney Johnson and Marcus D. Wiley, Zeb Harrison and the New Life Praise Band, Micah Stamply, and William McDowell.
100 Men in Black rehearses from 6-9p on Tuesdays nights here at McMannen UMC. For more information about the group, see their website at https://100meninblack.org/