A Knoxville group used song to highlight a worldwide problem on Friday night with a concert in honor of World AIDS weekend.
The Knoxville Gay Men's Chorus performed at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church. The idea was to set the tone for Christmas season while remembering those struggling with AIDS.
"For most people it's a shared, personal experience. The community comes together. For most of the people that came, they're actually fairly aware about World AIDS Day but it's a chance to advertise and for other people to become involved," said Galt Eaton.
Knoxville Gay Men's Chorus just formed this year. Friday's show marked the end of their season.