Choir! Choir! Choir!

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Warning! Incoming seventies flashback!


Honestly, this has to be one of C!C!C!'s best.
 

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C!C!C! in my birthplace! They hit the Centre in the Square in Kitchener, massing 900 singers to perform their arrangement of Dreams by Fleetwood Mac.

 

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Forgot to post that the had one of my favourites, Frank Turner, in for one of his new songs.


"Let's not just pray, let's make a change"

Edit: Already posted by Mendy. Sorry.

I am not that familiar with Frank Turner other than knowing his name.
You might remember him from me posting his song, "Glory Hallalujah" a few years ago.

 
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Forgot to post that the had one of my favourites, Frank Turner, in for one of his new songs.


"Let's not just pray, let's make a change"

Edit: Already posted by Mendy. Sorry.
It's easily one of their best videos. No harm in calling attention to it again.
 

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Shallow from the Bradley Cooper/Lady Gaga remake of A Star is Born has been one of the most popular film songs of recent years. And so it was probably inevitable that my favorite pop choir would take it on.

 

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And their Pride song for this year is Melissa Etheridge's "Come to My Window". Not a song I would have thought of as a choral piece, but it sounds great.

 

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You just knew they would pay tribute to the Raptors. And you just knew which song they would choose.

 

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On a recent trip to New York, Daveed and Nobu got to team up once again with punk legend Patti Smith for a C!C!C! take on one of her hits. Last time it was "Because the Night", this time it is "People Have The Power" a rousing anthem. And, yes, that's Stewart Copeland, still probably best known as the drummer for the great eighties band The Police, providing percussion on a frying pan.

This is a wonderful performance, with the choir and Patti playing off each other beautifully.

 

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Timely choice of music - People have the Power!! And gotta love the percussion section! LOL
 
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