The show is organized by Artists Unlimited to give disabled performers a chance to show off their talents and their love of music.

Some special singers are showing the world they've got the music in them, along with lots of enthusiasm and joy too.

Taking to the stage, 129 artists went before a crowd at The Kodak Center Theatre Sunday for the "Voices" concert.

This is the tenth year of the concert and it featured the most singers it's ever had.

The show is organized by Artists Unlimited to give disabled performers a chance to show off their talents and their love of music.

The President of Artists Unlimited, Tony Juliano said, "it gives them the opportunity to express themselves in a very safe environment where it's total inclusion. It's really all about doing what they love to do. Anybody who gets to do the show or get to see the concert sees how much they love doing this."

Artists Unlimited invites people in with a wide variety of disabilities.

The group puts on concerts every year and a special show in the fall.

This year's show will be a performance of The Little Mermaid.