Kenyan gospel song shines in America’s Got Talent [Video]
It is very inspirational to see all of you guys
The Los Angeles choir, comprises of 145 to 160 people and is led by Sue Fink who explained that she founded the group because she wanted to start something to give back to the community.
She went on to reveal that the choir comprises of different people starting from religions to races.
“I wanted to start something to give back to the community. We tried to represent diversity, different religion different ages, black or white, rich or poor, gay straight, even where democrats and republicans can sit next to each other.” She told the judges before performing the song.
After performing the song, guest judge Olivia Munn could not hide her amazement.
“Just looking around and seeing the diversity, seeing different ages, different races yet you guys are singing the same voice. It is very inspirational to see all of you guys”, she said before pressing the Golden Buzzer.
The choir is recognized for its signature blend of musical styles and commitment to community.
Angel City Chorale strives to give back to the L.A. community through song, donations, and volunteerism, offering a diverse selection of musical material including classical, jazz, folk music, gospel, and pop.
ACC performs twice seasonally, spring and winter, at both the historic Wilshire United Methodist Church and Immanuel Presbyterian Church.
Baba Yetu is the theme song for the 2005 video game, Civilization IV.
It was composed by Christopher Tin, and performed by Ron Ragin and the Stanford Talisman. Its re-release in Tin's debut album Calling All Dawns, was performed by the Soweto Gospel Choir.
Kenyan gospel song shines in America’s Got Talent
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