Solon’s Note-Oriety Show Choir to Perform with Foreigner at Hard Rock Live

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Classic rock act Foreigner, which plays in Northfield at the Hard Rock Rocksino's Hard Rock Live on May 1, has something special planned for its appearance at the venue. Solon’s Note-Oriety Show Choir will perform with the band on the classic hit “I Want To Know What Love Is.”

Also, Foreigner will donate $500 to the choir for appearing with the band, and the choir will sell Foreigner CDs at the concert to raise money for Foreigner’s charity partner, the Grammy Foundation, which aims to cultivate "an understanding, appreciation and advancement of the contribution of recorded music to American culture." 

Both Foreigner and the Grammy Foundation are intent upon helping to keep music education available to students as part of the core curriculum in high schools throughout North America. The entire proceeds of the choir’s CD sales from this show will be donated.  

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