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I remember seeing him on TV when I was a kid. He was a pianist and conductor but oh he was so much more than just that. His comedy was just timeless although I bet a lot of you are thinking to yourselves, “WHO?”
I remember him mostly from his reading bits. He would read from a book acting out the punctuation marks with great gesticulation and sound effects. Watching as a child I would laugh and laugh and now watching again as an adult it’s a whole different funny.
He would often have fun with a music page turner or some other employee of the performance hall.
He was also a conductor, one with tremendous style and flair.
He’s still a lot of fun to watch. Today’s post may be a little short but it took hours to write because I was having so much fun watching YouTube videos.