T R I B U T E : In September 2011, a decade after 9/11, three Scottish choirs came to New York City to pay their respects — and deliver a unique musical gift.
The Lothian and Borders Police Choir, The Tayside Police Choir and the Peebles community choir, InChorus, participated at a variety of events — from Times Square to Central Park to Wall Street — and even sang in the street.
Then, on the night of the “anniversary,” the choirs participated in a Police Memorial benefit concert at New York City’s Town Hall. Performers also included the Police Pipes & Drums of Bergen County and the New Jersey State Police Pipes & Drums of the Blue and Gold.
The Scottish choirs opened with “Lean on Me” that night.
Then they followed with this:
H a p p y B i r t h d a y , A m e r i c a .
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