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The Power Of Music

We live in Southern California, and our Day Program friends are in Canada, therefore, we do our shows for our Day Program friends over Zoom. It's not the same as singing live and in-person, but thankfully, amazing video-calling technology gives us the chance to sing in a sort of live fashion for an audience we'd never otherwise have the chance to sing for unless we were right there with them. Technology has its ups and downs, and today, due to technical issues, we weren't able to see them via Zoom, but they could see us. We love being able to see the reaction from the audience when we perform, but it didn't work today, and we understand. However, at the end of the show, the staff let us know that today was an exceptionally happy day there with lots of dancing and cheering and clapping along to our music...and we missed it all! We have always known the power of music to help transform spirits and uplift moods, and we love seeing the reactions from our audience when we sing. We realized this morning though, how much we have come to connect with this particular group of sweet folks, including the staff! We've become friends over the past several years, and we felt a bit 'off' not being able to see them while we sang for them. It didn't stop us from delivering the best show we could, but we realized how important that connection with your audience is and how your love for them adds to the emotion and spirit in your music! We look forward to seeing them all again next week, and in the meantime, here's a clip of us singing La Bamba this morning:

Here is the full setlist from the show:

  1. The Tide Is High

  2. La Bamba

  3. Cotton Jenny

  4. Yellow Submarine

  5. All I Have To Do Is Dream

  6. Small World

  7. L.O.V.E.

  8. Love Me Tender

  9. Isn't She Lovely

  10. Tip Toe Through The Tulips

  11. Don't Fence Me In

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