Center Stage: Purduettes at Ben Davis
The Purdettes start out the evening by getting to know the students at Ben Davis as they eat dinner together.
Some ladies teach "Shine on Harvest Moon" to the students at their table.
Before the show starts, the ladies rehearse the number they will be singing with the women's group, the Sounds.
The mixed choir, the Premiers, open the show with their competition show choir routine.
Sara Gasiorowski, who heads the Backsack Weekend Food for Kids at Ben Davis, explains that the concert's purpose is to support the Gleaners Food Bank.
The Purduettes and the Sounds combine to sing "Salmo 150."
Ben Davis' concert choir, the Purple-Aires, show off their talent with a few of their competition tunes.
Junior Emily Gorrell belts out "Can't Take That Away" while the Purduettes sing back-ups.
A lucky student gets pulled up on stage to receive a special serenade from the ladies.
The ladies let Ben Davis' choir director Hersel Cremeans know they've got a "Crush" on him.
Sophomore Amanda Haney lets the audience know how much she loves coffee by singing "Taylor the Latte Boy."
The Shoops explain to the crowd that they love "Big Hair."
The Purdettes really enjoyed singing at the beautiful Ben Davis High School and had a great time meeting their choir department.