Thursday, March 15, 2012

Slice of Life Day 15: Street Corner Symphony

After a wonderful sunny 77 degree day, we had a busy night.  We went to Hicksville, OH to have supper with one of our favorite people.  We had the most delicious meal and then took off for a concert at the magnificent Huber Theater.  Just to enter the theater and sit looking at the historical building is enough to keep a person in awe.

We then were entertained by the group: Street Corner Symphony.  The members of Street Corner Syphony are from all over the southeast US and are proud to call Nashville, TN their home base. The group swas formed in May of 2010 for the sole purpose of entering the Sing Off, and after many weeks of hard work, they won second place.  While Street Corner Symphony offers a diverse repertoire, the group has a rich heritage in gospel music. Three of the members are grandsons of the legendary southern gospel tenor Bill Shaw of "The Blackwood Brothers."

The music kept us entertained all night.  We couldn't get enough of their unique way of performing. This is the last of the Huber Series we have been attending this school year.  It really was the best of the series in  my opinion and the perfect way to end the season. Check these guys out at 

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