Top of the Morning, Oct. 3, 2023

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Congratulations to the 13 area high school choirs that submitted videos in hopes of performing alongside Foreigner on Oct. 22 at State Farm Center.

The impressive and elaborate efforts are on display at whms.com.

“I’m completely blown away by the quality of the submissions we’ve received,” radio VP/general manager Grant Thompson said. “All 13 choirs that submitted are top notch, and it’s now up to the community to vote for who sings with Foreigner.”

Voting continues through Sunday. The choir that receives the most votes will join the band for “I Want to Know What Love Is” plus receive $500 toward their program.

Better yet, the High School Confidential correspondent from the winning school will be credentialed to cover the Sunday night concert.

Thanks again to talented choirs from Armstrong, Centennial, Danville, Georgetown-Ridge Farm, Heritage, Hoopeston Area, Mahomet-Seymour, Monticello, Paxton-Buckley-Loda, St. Thomas More, Unity, Urbana and Westville.

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