Video: Singing on the Jobsite Going Viral?

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There's something about the perfect echo of an unfinished jobsite that's inspiring. Or if you're Indiana contractors Aaron Gray and Josh Arnett, it's heavenly.

Gaining wide attention as The Singing Contractors, Gray and Arnett tell Today.com that they started working together about three years ago and found themselves singing songs while swinging hammers. At the end of the work day, they'd record videos of their performances. When the contractors brought local pastor Paul Bigger into the mix, the three-part harmony soared. Whether you're religious or not, this rendition of 'How Great Thou Art' is not to be missed.

 

 

According to The Singing Contractors website and social media posts, the trio is getting ready to record a CD and is selling t-shirts and accepting donations to fund what they call their "ministry." In reference to whether they'll step away from gospel music and try some contemporary tunes, Gray told Today.com, "We just feel like that there's an awesome message in it. It's what's in our hearts, and we feel we should stick with it." That said, their Facebook page shares an excellent version of 'God Bless America,' and you can see more of their videos on YouTube as well.

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