The consequence of a little Welsh town’s attempt at furthering world peace within the aftermath of World War II, the Fron Man Tone of voice Choir (or Froncysyllte Man Tone of voice Choir, its full title, or Côr Meibion Froncysllte, in Welsh) was founded in 1947 and remained an award winning amateur chorister group for over sixty years. The program, back 1946, was that the Welsh city of Llangollen would sponsor a normal Welsh Eisteddfod (essentially an annual celebration which involves friendly creative and ethnic competition) and would invite previous war enemies to help expand said peacefulness. The town of Froncysyllte — close to Llangollen — wanted to compete, along with a city meeting was known as to determine the male tone of voice choir. The choir continuing to thrive on the following sixty roughly years, and in 2006 Common stepped in and authorized the choir and released the recording Voices from the Valley, which would peak on the united kingdom graphs at #9. In Dec of 2007, another album premiered, entitled Voices from the Valley Encore, and reached #11.