Monday, October 26, 2009

"I DON'T KNOW WHO I AM, BUT LIFE IS FOR LEARNING" / LEE



Yesterday afternoon I drove to Seattle to hear my 16-year-old (almost 17-year-old) nephew sing in a Vocalpoint! Seattle performance at the Broadway Performance Hall at Broadway and Pine. Imagine how moving it was to hear him sing "Woodstock" with the Crosby, Stills, Nash, Young, Taylor, Reeves musical accompaniment, with three other young men doing back-up vocals. My nephew's voice is strong and expressive. In another song I didn't recognize, he sang solo while everyone else from Vocalpoint! Seattle danced behind him. I understand that there will be a DVD of the performance. Maybe it will show up on YouTube!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

an aunt's support, priceless. kjm

Dale said...

How cool!

robin andrea said...

I love knowing that a young man today is still moved by that song. I hope it does show up on Youtube.