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Southern Chorale presents Friends and Family night June 18

The Southern Nights Chorale presents its sixth season-ending “Friends & Family Concert” on Friday, June 18. The Chorale will introduce its 2010 repertoire, which includes special crowd-pleasers “Ezekiel Saw the Wheel” and “Hallelujah! We Shall Rise!” You will also hear such perennial favorites as “You Raise Me Up,” “Joshua Fit De Battle of Jericho,” and the “Manly Men Extravaganza.”

The public is invited to enjoy a melodic evening of popular, sacred and patriotic music performed by this select, men’s a cappella glee club.

Founded in 2004, the Southern Nights Chorale is achieving widespread recognition, and has sung at the Georgia Governor’s Mansion, Amy Grant Concert, Clayton County Performing Arts Center, Atlanta Braves’ stadium, and in concert with the Chattanooga Boys Choir.

This year’s concert will be held at Peachtree City First Baptist Church, 208 Willowbend Road, Peachtree City 30269. The program begins at 7:30 p.m., and will be followed by coffee and dessert. Admission is free, but a love offering will be received to help fund a college scholarship for local students majoring in the arts.

Visit www.SouthernNightsChorale.org.

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