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The lives and stories of Detroit's Hallelujah Singers are coming to Michigan Theater

Led by Dr. E. LaQuint Weaver, the Hallelujah Singers are a group of men and women singing together in an all-star community choir.
Andrew Sacks

The documentary film Let's Have Some Church Detroit Style was the Audience Choice winner at the second annual Freep Film Festival earlier this year.

And on June 20, it’s coming to Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater.

The Hallelujah Singers, founded and directed by Dr. E. LaQuint Weaver II, have been singing around the country and sharing their energetic praise for 26 years.

Directed by Andrew Sacks, the film examines the lives and experiences of the 25 men and women who sing in the choir. It also follows the group as they travel to Weaver’s boyhood home of Birmingham, Alabama, to compete in a music competition.

Let's Have Some Church Detroit Style will screen at the Michigan Theater Saturday, June 20 at 7 p.m.

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