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Friday, June 24, 2011

"Ya' Got Me"

The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles turns 'Ya Got Me' from 'On the Town' on its ear. Music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Betty Comden & Adolf Green. Soloists Andrew Abaria, Matt DeLeva and Hayes Burton pay homage to a Broadway great inspired by Jerome Robbins' ballet 'Fancy Free'. Choreographed here by Bill Rugh. Check out the chorus' website for their upcoming gigs - gmcla.org


mother4justice said...

I am speechless that you are here today, so brave and being strong, its hurts my heart to read your story but I am glad you have at least found faith to help you through. (((hugs)))

Mike Golch said...

Now that was enjoyable to listen to and watch.

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