Port Macquarie voices will ring out in song for another gathering of the town's favourite pub choir, BarCappella.
The April 30th edition features Eye of The Tiger sung enthusiastically at Settlers Inn Hotel from 7.30pm on Tuesday, April 30.
During the ensemble, members of the public will split into song parts and be pulled back together for a light-hearted rendition of the famous song.
Organiser Ruth Allen said the group has sung covers of classic hits such as Uptown Funk, Blame it on the Boogie and Viva La Vida.
"We break the song down into little chunks until people have got it right, it always comes good in the end," she said.
"The way we choose the songs we look for an upbeat, catchy and well known song to sing.
"Eye of the Tiger is really rousing and has a great chorus, the song lends itself to pub choir and can be learnt in short time."
This is the group's seventh meet and funds from the event will go towards food rescue charity, OzHarvest.
"There's some good evidence for choir or collective singing releasing feel good hormone chemicals," she said.
"It's almost primeval to have group singing and is commonplace in some cultures, it makes people feel happy and part of a community."
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