ATLANTA -- They stood in matching blue shirts warming up to sing in 11Alive Studio B. "Where should we look?" one nervously asked. "I'd prefer you look at me!" choir director Donal Noonan said to a spattering of laughs.
Those smiles came after taking goofy behind-the-scenes photos and getting polished up by makeup artists.
Noonan started The Atlanta Homebound Men's Choir in November just after he started at The Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. "I passed by the state capitol every day," he told 11Alive's Julie Wolfe. "And I saw those men. They looked like they were waiting for something to happen."
The seven men meet for practice every Tuesday and Thursday. They're living at the Central Night Shelter.