Former Hickory High School Choir Members Sing Message of Unity | Local news



Within days, the duo had gathered a group of former and current members of the Hickory Choir Ensemble and planned a video shoot.

The video production company even waived the $ 1,000 fee to make the video. It all fell into place, Hill said.

“It was just a reminder to me personally that it was something people had to see,” he said.

Phillips recorded the music and mixed the vocals to accompany the video.

He hopes people see and hear a message of oneness.

“Although we have differences and come from different backgrounds… we just need to love each other,” said Phillips. “If people really say all lives matter, then you have to show it. “

Phillips said he sees the video as a small step, but even small things can make a difference.

“I can’t do everything, but it’s the little things that count, just like voting: every vote counts. he said.

If even one person has watched the video and sees the need for unity, Hills considers their mission complete.

“I hope people will remember that no matter your race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender… I love you no matter what you look like, how you act,” he said. “I think Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said it best – judge them on their character content.”



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