The Hotel Canobolas and Orange Regional Conservatorium have teamed up to get the city singing this week.
All anyone will need to get involved is a set of lungs, a ten dollar note and a bit of enthusiasm.
The Con and the Nob have launched Choir CONobolas, an informal sing-a-long on the third Thursday of every month.
Music lovers will be invited upstairs to belt out a tune with a beer, wine or water in hand.
Each week, two songs will be chosen and performed while representatives from the Orange Regional Conservatorium offer some tips and tricks.
All those organised folk who book tickets early will be sent the songs in advance to give them a chance to learn the lyrics and get involved.
With the pub choir kicking off this Thursday, singers will raise the roof with Flame Trees by Cold Chisel and Slice of Heaven by Dave Dobbyn.
This Thursday's CONobolas begins at 7.30pm and ends at 9pm.
Tickets are available via the Facebook event found on both the Hotel Canobolas and ORC Facebook pages or on Eventbrite.
Otherwise, representatives will collect the $10 entry at the door.
Choir CONobolas will be held in the Long Room at Chesterfields, on the first level of the Hotel Canobolas.
No talent is required.
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