It's the Arlingtone'
s Spring Show, "I Got the Music in Me", and if YOU weren't there you missed it.
He's not really as tough as he looks (and he looks pretty tough). Secret phrase needed to turn him to butter?
"How is your new granddaughter?",
Following the revolution, milk
and cookies will be served.
Speaking of milk and cookies, who wants chocolate
kick line may not be quite as trim as the Rockettes but the precision is spot on.
The Barbershop Quartet, Stay
Tuned, complete with mustaches and boaters give us a little old time barbershop with a slight twist. You had to be there
to appreciate it.
The Chordmasters bemoan the fate of
the Tin Roof Cafe. An actual place, the Tin Roof Cafe was a jazz hotspot in New Orleans in the 1920's. (The Arlingtones shows
are educational as well as entertaining.)
The Houligans sing the praise
of a cup of java. At 7:30 in the morning, we all are in agreement with them.
Must be time for
something. Hey, the milk and cookies haven't shown up yet.
Arms up everybody. Show your excitement...
Hey! Wait a minute! What
just happened here? The Arlingtones shows are unpredictable and full of surprises.
O.K. I finally got my arms up. Now, can somebody
please help me get them down.