One of the upsides of social media is you get a window into some really amazing experiences you’d otherwise never get to see.
We saw one example when a packed venue of concert-goers spontaneously broke into singing Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ while the stage was getting set up for the next act.
It was a moment nobody present is likely to ever forget.
While this family’s performance was on a much smaller scale, it was no less impressive.
For those of you familiar with ‘Les Mis’ they sang ‘One Day More’.
Anyone looking to do Les Miserables for their next show? Better yet…anyone looking for an entire cast? This is "One Day More." For casting, please see below:Valjean: Jayson LeBaronMarius: Jordon LeBaronCosette: Angela Garrett LeBaronEponine: Karina LeBaronEnjolras: Juston LeBaronMadame Thenardier: Heidi LeBaron GarnThenardier: Gerald J LeBaron, Spencer GarnJavert: Landon LeBaronGhost of Fantine: Kaitlyn HipwellI love Sunday nights with the fam!…and we will have more! Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhA_AniwbRQFor more info about us, check out our new website: https://www.lebaronsingers.com/Become a patron! @ https://www.patreon.com/lebaronsingersThanks for watching!
Posted by Jordon LeBaron on Monday, April 2, 2018
These guys knocked it out of the park. It’s almost enough to make you forget how what a whiny little priss Marius was.
The voices sound a LOT like their actual Broadway counterparts.
It’s already up over 8 Million views, and that number will only go higher.
Well done guys. That was fantastic.
So… does that inspire you to take the world by the throat, and show some excellence of your own?
Good! As always… Stay rowdy!
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