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I guess as a kid, I was always creative, and I was involved in music, like piano and violin and choir, so I always knew - I always knew that I wanted to do something that would allow me to be who I am. Generally, that was creatively, imaginatively.
I had a really creative teacher at primary school. He used to get us doing things such as singing Spandau Ballet in drag in the choir, and I remember loving it.
Writers who used to show off their erudition no longer sing in the bare ruined choir of the media.
I am not saying that Hitler was a choir boy. But I am saying, let him who was innocent in the Second World War cast the first stone.
My voice? Yeah, well, I used to drink a lot of beer when I was a kid and I sounded like a drunk in a choir. I don't drink anymore.
I sang in church choir all my life, through elementary school, junior high and high school.
My mom sang in high school choir and so did my father.
I have the background singers of Ray Charles, the background singers of Smokey Robinson, and the background singers of Barry White and I built a choir around that.
Sometimes I think the choir gets a little ticked with me because I haven't sung in a long time and I can sing.
I was never interested in singing in the church choir or in school. I was more interested in becoming a musician.
At St. Francis de Sales in Atlanta, we do not have an organ. We do not have rehearsals during the week. We do not have a professional choir.
I've taught Sunday school, I've sung in the choir, I directed a choir.
I was definitely a choir and theater geek.
I started writing songs when I was 10. It was a natural way to express myself as a kid. It wasn't until I started listening to jazz, joined the choir and picked up a guitar that my little hobby became something far more serious.
I was the star of the choir.
I studied voice when I was at school, and I was in the chamber choir, and I studied music theory as well, so I guess a lot of it came from being taught at school.
I've been playing music all my life, from being a choir soloist at Symphony Hall as a youngster to playing in bands through high school and college at Kent State. Went in the service at 17, out before I was 21.
I was an altar boy and a choir member.
In high school, I was Mr. Choir Boy. I had solos, I was helping out the tenors with their parts and our choir teacher would ask me what songs we should do.
58% of the American public are with us. We're preaching to the choir, but the choir's not singing, if all of the 58% started singing, this war would end.
I was a choir boy for 3 years in high school at St. George's in Newport, Rhode Island.
It is my belief that everything you need to know about the world can be learned in a church choir.
I always sang in church always was in a gospel choir and directed choirs and always performed, but I never thought of it as a powerful thing.
It was my Mum who got me into singing properly - she knew I had to do something with my voice because she knew I was talented. She was the one who pushed me into joining a choir all those years ago, when I was about 12. I remember she told me to start with the choir and just see where it took me.
I think the Mormon Tabernacle Choir is as great as it is because it's become it's a labor of love. They love what they do.
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