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Abraham Clark 'Leading Tones' Win Big at SingStrong Competition

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ROSELLE, NJ - Abraham Clark High School is celebrating once again as its own award-winning and nationally acclaimed “Leading Tones” earned first-place prizes in a few categories at the “SingStrong” Competition. The event was held on Feb. 5-7, at Adelphi University Performing Arts in Center Garden City, N.Y.

SingStrong, a weekend-long a cappella music festival, features groups from around the world performing every style of music from barbershop to doo-wop, pop,  jazz, beatbox to overtone singing and beyond. Profits support the fight against Alzheimer's Disease and local music programs.

Winning for Best Female Solo was Amari Perez and Best Male Solo went to Duane Patterson. The Leading Tones as a group walked off with 1st Place in the over all SingStrong H.S. Championship 2016.

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In an email to staff and community members, Principal Rashon Mickens, congratulated the group saying, “We continue to raise the bar from good to GREAT! Please join me by congratulating Mr. Daniels and The Leading Tones.” 

The a cappella group lead by Director Marcus Daniels, can be contacted via email by clicking here, or you can follow the group at the links listed below.

Twitter: @LeadingTones   

Facebook: Leading Tones

FB Group Page: The Leading Tones

Instagram: theleadingtones

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