Photo Story: Talent show throwback

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  • Talent show participants line up at the end of the 2023 GBHS talent show with their instruments in tow on Mar. 10 after their performances for the announcement of various category winners, as well as an overall winner. The talent show was judged by GBHS registrar Marie Hollwager, as well as alumnae Hannah Chavez, Shianne Dingeman and Isabella Lazaro.

  • The acapella group Five Bases and A Tenor consists of (left to right) Jaxson Howell, Josh Monk, Hunter McDermott, Andrew Bunton, Michael Dunn and Will Bowen. Their rendition of “Happy Together” by The Turtles won the ‘Best Group Act’ category prize.

  • Isabella Nehring sang “Make You Feel My Love” by Adele.

  • Electric guitar duo (left to right) Jashan Sandhu and Suhaan Devavarapu performed Metallica’s “Enter Sandman.”

  • The Clams of the Middle Ages, a band including (left to right) Jay Nolen, Fynn Gaillard, Amy Kilian and Nico Panesi, performed “Boys Don’t Cry” by The Cure.

  • Natalie Lux sang Madison Beer’s “Selfish.”

  • The ‘Best Solo Non-Vocal’ title went to Ashton Henderson, who played “Epilogue for Lisa” by Shawn Lane on the electric guitar.

  • Amy Lor (left) sang “Shut Up and Dance” by Walk the Moon as her brother Noah Lor played the song on the electric guitar.

  • Alecscie Dela Cruz (top row, third from right), won the ‘Best Vocal Solo’ title for her performance of “If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys.

  • Participants clap as other performers enter the stage before the winners are announced and given cash prizes. The performers who won their category received a $50 prize, and the ‘Best Overall’ winner, Caitlin Roig, received a $100 prize. Roig (not pictured) played Hans Zimmer’s “Pirates of the Caribbean Theme Song” on the piano in pirate garb.

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