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Wednesday, July 08, 2015


Here's an update on my 9th annual Kuser Park Gazebo summer Sunday sing along series. Last  Sunday and the Sunday before saw about 70 music lovers coming out to the bucolic shady glen at Kuser Park and enjoying 2 hours of songs; songs ranging from love songs, to hymns and songs of faith, and the songs of Rosemary Clooney, Joni James, Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, well, you get the idea; music that has a melody, understandable lyrics and is as far from "Acid Rock," "Rap," and "hip hop" as the East is from the West. The event is free. My partner Jack Pyrah and I are not professional singers, but we can both carry a tune and bounce around some harmony now and then, and by the sound of last week's crowd as we sang the National Anthem and "God Bess America," most of them could also belt out a very nice sound! Come on out Trenton, Ewing, Pennington, Princeton.....the water's fi....oops, scuse me, the music's fine and fun!

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