The Beat from Troy Music Hall #22, Happy Fourth of July
“America is a tune. It must be sung together.”– Gerald Stanley Lee
Happy Fourth of July! Great changes are happening in our country. Let’s celebrate the progress we are making and keep moving forward.
“The care of human life and happiness, and not their destruction, is the first and only object of good government.” – Thomas Jefferson
Star Spangled Banner
This is one of the best versions of the American Anthem, no one can match Whitney Houston in her prime!
Americans Are Heroes!
‘Merica – we will do it just because we can! Comedian John Oliver tells you all about it.
“That Famous Cello Song” Explained
Bach’s G major prelude – we all know it, we all love it!
Fans of the West Wing will remember this as the song Yo Yo Ma played at the infamous White House holiday party. It’s been played in countless movies, commercials and TV shows. In this Vox video, cellist Alisa Weilerstein deconstructs it.
Just for Fun!
Keep those masks on and keep the curve going down, down, down!
For all of you that have Disney Plus, enjoy the premiere of Hamilton this weekend.
Hmmm… we are not sure about some of these combinations, especially the red, white, and blue slushy. Have you ever used blue Gatorade in a cocktail before? Take a look and if you try any of them, please let us know the outcome.
American Hedgehog Warrior
Pepper the hedgehog takes on the Course 5 Challenge! Will she complete the course and maintain her perfect record?
Fun hedgehog facts:
The name for a baby hedgehog is a hoglet.
A group of hedgehogs is called an array.
Hedgehogs have poor eyesight, but excellent senses of smell and hearing.
It is illegal to own a hedgehog in Pennsylvania.
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This year is our 145th Anniversary.
We are proud of our history and our service to the community. The current crisis has had a significant impact on us, but we look forward to opening our doors and welcoming you back! The music will soar again, but only if we stay strong, stay connected, and stay together. Your generosity and support are greatly appreciated, please click here to donate.
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
30 Second Street, Troy NY
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