Street Corner Symphony finishes runner-upPublished 10:15pm Monday, December 20, 2010
Street Corner Symphony fell just short of the season two title on “The Sing-Off” Monday night.
Friends and family gathered at the Alabama Wing House in Atmore rooting on the six-person ensemble, which Lottie native Adam Chance Ray is a member, as it aired from Los Angeles on NBC. His parents, Glenn and Kristi Ray, were in California to watch their son perform live.
The Nashville-based group wowed viewers and the judges with their a cappella version of Cold Play’s “Fix You,” and host Nick Lachey described the group as having “Southern Charm,” but it was not enough as Committed, a gospel choir from Huntsville, claimed the title. With its win, Committed claimed the $100,000 prize and a Sony recording contract.
For more on this story, see Wednesday’s Atmore Advance.