The jazz choir at Wasilla High School (yes, that Wasilla) in Alaska was told last week that they couldn't sing Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" at the high school graduation. The reason? WHS Principal Dwight Probasco reportedly had received complaints from at...
Say What Now of the Day: Wasilla High School’s symphonic jazz choir was all set to perform Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” at their graduation ceremony, when Principal Dwight Probasco abruptly put the kibosh on the arrangement citing co... Read Post
Way up in Wasilla, where the men are men and the moose are meat, members of the high school symphonic jazz choir were excitedly rehearsing for the upcoming graduation ceremony, where they'd be performing an epic rendition of Queen's... Read Post
An Alaska high school choir was up in arms after the principal banned a song for graduation because it was written by a gay rocker. Wasilla principal Dwight Probasco banned the 1975 Queen hit "Bohemian Rhapsody" from a graduation ce... Read Post