Libre was among several Frenship choir members who prepared to join in with Foreigner singing "I Want to Know What Love Is" at the classic rock band's concert Monday night at the
"My parents love them. They may have been more excited than me when we found out," Libre said. "It's a huge 80s rock band. How can you not be excited?"
There was a mix of young with old as concert goers began to flood into the auditorium before the show. The choir peddled CD collections of Foreigner's greatest hits to ticketholders as they arrived, while a smoke machine on stage issued vapor over Queen's "Radio Ga Ga."
"I knew of a lot of their songs," Sircable said.
There were perhaps no bigger classic rock fans at the show than
"When I see them live, it's memories brought back to when I was child," he said. "Words can't describe it."
Aguirre declined to buy the album Frenship choir members were selling -- he already owned the band's entire discography, including some albums on 8-track tapes.
Aguirre said he was most looking forward to hearing "Double Vision" and "Cold as Ice."
"They've rehearsed. They know what they have to do. They're going to look great and sound great," she said.
Billett, a Foreigner fan in her own right, said she couldn't believe the news when she found out her choir would be performing with the band.
"I was just thrilled to death," she said.
The performance was part of a partnership between the band and the
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