And I loved them! First graders CAN write great song parodies. You might not think that would be possible, but you could see the "wheels turning" throughout the writing of this little ditty at the Mare Curie Institute in Amsterdam. Want to hear it? I knew you would!
It took me a few years to finish a song for this town. I don't know what happened, but it was listener Amy Godfrey that brought this to light. She shamed me into doing my job, I guess! LOL With that in mind, here's the completed song.
This one was about 3 weeks in the making. We've been just so busy traveling with the show to colleges and other places that I've had very little time to concentrate on Your Town Thursday songs. Time to get back to work!
These kids broke the cute meter. First graders from St Thomas The Apostle School created a brand new theme song for our Blue Friday fundraiser on April 24th to help the families of fallen police officers. Wanna hear it? I knew you would!
I saw this in the Times Union recently. There's an entire list of road construction jobs that are continuing in Capital District that you might want to pay attention to. One of them is the Patroon Island Bridge in Albany. I decided to warn you musically.
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