People in Kingsport were treated to some choral singing by a popular men's choir on Sunday.
The Appalachian Men's Ensemble is an all-volunteer choir consisting of 30 different singers who come together from across the region to perform.
They sing in a range of languages from Medieval Latin to German and French.
Sunday’s selections were their "Keys on Fire" performance to dozens of music lovers.
"It's really a pleasure to work with them. I'm a lucky guy as conductor because the guys are so talented. We only rehearse generally eight times before each concert, so they do a lot of the work at home," said artistic director Alan Stevens.
The group's next concert series will be May 19 in Johnson City and May 21 in Bristol.
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