That’s the spirit!
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Members of the Grammy-winning group Boyz II Men returned to their roots Tuesday with a concert at their old stomping grounds — a performing arts high school they remember being just like the TV show “Fame.”
“You had girls, you know, walking around in their leotards, plie-ing all over the hallways …” said Shawn Stockman.
“Dudes sitting on the stairs drawing …” added Wanya Morris.
“It was a school you never wanted to be absent, you never wanted to be late,” said Nathan Morris.
The R&B group met more than two decades ago at the Philadelphia High School for the Creative & Performing Arts, where Tuesday they held a private show for about 300 students and Sirius XM subscribers. SiriusXM plans to broadcast the show on Oct. 21, the day the band’s album “Collide” comes out.
The trio performed in an auditorium with dozens of students on…
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