Tuesday, April 14, 2009
The Sound of OLOL
Remember Chris Maroun who used to DJ the Our Lady of Lebanon dances? He's still spinning in Southern California.
at 5:46 AM
Labels: Chris Maroun, dance, DJ, Our Lady of Lebanon
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I suddenly feel like slow dancing to "Open Arms" by Journey.ReplyDelete
I often wondered what happened to my Carman Chorale mates. I recently played the CC album from '79 (tranferred to CD) for my kids. Chris was featured on O Happy Day. If only we had American Idol back then...ReplyDelete
Stevenson retired and as far as I'm concerned so did the Chorale. I wasn't from that era, but I do have a tape from a Spring Concert... somewhere...ReplyDelete
There was amazing talent in Chorale. Mr. Stevenson had a vision and lived up to it. I felt so proud to be part of it.ReplyDelete
32 years later - I must say that being part of the Chorale shaped who I am today. Hard working, goal oriented, perfection driven. Thanks CBS.Delete