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A man is in custody for allegedly driving his motorcycle while intoxicated during a high-speed chase with northern Arizona authorities.
The Sistine Chapel Choir, whose boys and men sing for the pope at all his Masses, is about to get some illustrious company.
Royal officials Tuesday named the two choirs, orchestra and military fanfare team that will provide the music for the April 29 wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
He told authorities he had been drinking at a Cornville bar and wanted to avoid arrest.
"They are a very important, unique musical institution," he said. "And if they open themselves up to working with us and to other influences that they are open to at the moment, which will broaden their range and help them explore new avenues, then that can only be encouraged, as it must be for any musical ensemble."