Libera posted on their Facebook page at 5:00 a.m. or so:
Thank you Arborlawn United Methodist Church for your terrific reception of our concert You showed us wonderful hospitality and we had a great time. Now we are looking forward to our concert tomorrow in the Cathedral Basilica in St Louis.
One person posted underneath the status that a tour group is coming from Japan for the last 3 concerts! Someone should do tours for ALL their concerts! I would love to go see them in Japan or France. :)
Mini James, Mini Ben and Ralph were interviewed on Fox News St. Louis this morning:
It is strange that they were interviewed in a hallway, but they are well-spoken and darling as always.
At 4:20 p.m. NewsRadio 1120 KMOX St. Louis had an interview with Libera! But first they mentioned St. Louis's excessive heat warning and that the temperature is 101 with a heat index of 106 degrees! The heat seems to be following Libera!
Anyway, it was again Mini James, Ralph, Mini Ben and Robert Prizeman! This time the interviewer pronounced Libera correctly, and as soon as James spoke he said, "Listen to that accent. Everybody sounds cool with an English accent."
Before they came to the studio, they were all going up in the St. Louis Arch, but these 4 went to the radio studio instead. Hope they can rejoin their group at the Arch. They said all the boys in the choir know about the Arch because it's in the book "Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief." They also saw the movie on the plane to the U.S.
The interviewer was very nice and funny. He said all 22 of them should've come to the studio cause they'd all fit. Mr. Prizeman told about how he gets each kid when they are 7 years old and starts training them. He also told about the concert tomorrow night.
James said he is 10 and his favorite song is "The Fountain" because it's very peaceful.
Ralph said he is 11 almost 12. Ben said he is 14 and his favorite song is "Going Home."
The interviewer asked Ralph what other music artists he likes, and he couldn't think of one. He offered to burn (I think) a Bruce Springsteen CD. Ralph heard of him. He asked if he knows of Chuck Berry, who's from St. Louis, but he didn't.
He asked if they could sing something for them, but Ralph explained that they are not allowed to sing because they have to save their voices. They did a great job in this interview!
Here is the link to the radio interview: http://kmox.cbslocal.com/2010/08/04/total-information-pm-80410/.
Not sure how long it will stay up, so I'll leave my review up just in case.