Waverly High School choir group releases music video dedicated to veterans

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WAVERLY, OH (WCMH) — A group of a capella singers from Pike County is getting some attention with the release of their first music video.

Polarity, a two-year-old singing group from Waverly High School, recorded a music video featuring a beautiful rendition of Lee Greenwood’s ‘God Bless the USA.’ The group released the video Sunday, dedicating it to all of the veterans that served their country.

“Thank you to all of the veterans that watched our video and served, and to all of the active duty members, they are the reason that we were able to make this video,” said junior Kayleah Shiland.

“The day the video came out, my brother who was injured in Afghanistan, was giving a speech at Zane Trace about his experiences in the Army. I believe that we owe this video to him and all of his fellow military members,” said freshman Noah Clifton.

A copy of the video posted Monday afternoon by NBC4’s Colleen Marshall has been shared more than 1,400 times and viewed more than 50,000 times, as of 7:30pm.

“Personally, as their director, I am very proud of the work they have done. This group is in its second year of existence, and to see them accomplish the things they have in just one year is pretty incredible! I can’t wait to see what they do in the future!” said Director Matt Radford.

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