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Juke box heroes
WCHS Choir opens for Foreigner in Nashville
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Photo provided The Warren County High School Select Choir received a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, getting to open for Foreigner last Tuesday at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville. Pictured are choir students, front row, from left, Ashlyn Reagan, Mia Hobbs, Ashlynn Wells, Halle Drue Smith and Camdyn Porter. Middle row, from left, Chalee Womack, Landon Caten, Kerrigan Smith, Bekah Jackson, Maverick Smith and choir director, Kennette Dixon. Back row, from left, Kaden Hobbs, Mitchell Caten, Braylon Grayson, Abram Stinson, Collin Panter, Tyler Adams, Sawyer Seymour and Aaron Templeton.
Many cool prizes can be won in contests, but rarely does winning a contest result in the opportunity to open for a classic rock band. Warren County High School’s Select Choir got just that opportunity as the choral group opened for Foreigner on Tuesday, July 11, at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater.