On Valentine's Day flowers, chocolates and balloons are all popular presents. However, some lucky South Central Kentuckians were serenaded by someone other than their sweethearts.
Janice Richardson got an extra surprise this Valentine's Day.
"He doesn't usually send me anything," Janice said.
Janice's husband and son sent her a musical gift in the form of a singing valentine.
"Usually everyone else gets flowers but we don't do that kind of stuff, so something this extravagant is not anything I was expecting," Janice said.
The Caveman Chorus split into quartets to raise money for their non-profit group and various charities.
"You get to see a lot of different reactions. It's a lot of fun," quartet member, Drew Ellis said.
The groups are also bringing smiles to a lot of unexpecting faces.
"It's one thing that people don't see very much anymore for one and it's a unique kind of novelty to see a quartet come out," Ellis said.
"I was shocked I wasn't expecting it at all," recipient, Kimber Ormerod said.
"I thought it was kind of neat really. Usually I'd be kind of embarrassed about something like this in the past but I enjoyed it. It was a lot of fun," recipient, Tim Pence said.
For more information about the Caveman Chorus you can log onto http://www.cavemanchorus.org/.
For more information on barbershop quartets you can log onto http://www.barbershop.org/web/groups/public/documents/pages/pub_homepage.hcsp.