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High schoolers 'Sing-Off' in round 2 of competition

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Four more schools competed in Attleboro for a shot at the 'Sing-Off' finals. Four more schools competed in Attleboro for a shot at the 'Sing-Off' finals.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. -

Thursday night was round two of the NBC 10, Cat Country 98.1 and Cardi’s Furniture Southern New England Sing-Off.

Four more schools competed in Attleboro for a shot at the finals.

North Smithfield High School, directed by Regina     kicked off the competition singing “Words” by Anders Eden and a beautiful rendition of “Moon River” by Henry Mancini, arranged by Steve Zegree.

You can't go wrong with a little Journey. Paul Cuffee High School, directed by Danielle Trial Lucini, sang “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey adapted by Roger Emerson. For their second song they performed “Heart and Soul” by Hoagy Carmichael , lyrics by Frank Loesser .

Bishop Stang High School, directed by Melissa Murphy-Leite, sang “Create in Me” by Mary Rice Hopkins arranged by Melissa Murphy. They sounded angelic. For their second song they sang “Smile” by Charles Chaplin arranged by Steve Zegree.

The young men from Bishop Hendricken High School sang some current chart toppers, Zach Brown Band's "Colder Weather" "Demons" by Imagine Dragons. Their Music Director is Richard Sylvia.

North Smithfield High School and Bishop Henricken continue on to the finals, next week!


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