GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The sounds of a men's a capella choir helped ease travelers' stress on Thanksgiving eve.
“It's a legitimate four-part harmony and you can actually feel the lyrics," said Greg Fischer, with the Greensboro Tarheel Choir, who performed as travelers reunited with their families. "It's an anxious time for a lot of folks and we just like to spread the love."
At the invitation of Piedmont Triad International Airport, it's the group's first time performing on Thanksgiving eve.
“I come in here and I hear this wonderful Tarheel men's choir," said traveler Megan Gray, who says their voices eased the travel stress for her after flying most of the day from Phoenix.
Gray flew in for a Thanksgiving that will include all her grandchildren for the first time in a long time.
“To have all the grandchildren in one place -- I have no words," said Gray. “I’m thankful ... for my family and for love.”