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Eleventh Hour is a select group of 7 vocalists from the music department at Kettering Fairmont High School. Under the direction of Brody McDonald, they have spent the last decade sharing the gift of a cappella with others. They have been called “The real-life GLEE,” “A once-in-a-decade vocal ensemble,” and "probably the best contemporary a cappella high school group in the nation." Eleventh Hour has presented clinics and performances on several educational conferences, including the Ohio Music Education Association state conference (2007, 2008, 2010, 2011), the American Choral Directors Association Central Division conference (2010) and ACDA National conference (2011). They have sung backup vocals for Kenny Loggins and opened for LeAnn Rimes, The Beach Boys, Rockapella, m-pact, SONOS, Firedrill!, and Delilah. In 2010, Eleventh Hour became the first ever high school group selected to compete on the hit NBC a cappella reality series The Sing-Off. 2011 found Eleventh Hour back on national television, this time as carolers in the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Christmas Special. Eleventh Hour has recently released its seventh studio CD, Turn the Beat Around. Previous recordings have earned numerous awards including CARAs for Best High School Album and Best High School song, along with nominations for Best Scholastic Original Song and Best Soloist. Eleventh Hour's music has appeared on several editions of Best of High School A cappella and the prestigious SING compilation. Most recently, Eleventh Hour performed at the 2012 World Choir Games, which is the largest vocal competition in the world. In total, 362 choirs from 64 countries and 15,000 participants took part in the event. Eleventh Hour competed in the Champions division of Pop Choral music and earned a Gold Medal for their performance.