Singing Songs of Yesteryear
For the veterans of WWII, Korean, and Vietnam, one of the greatest encouragements to them is to listen to the music of their youth, the songs they grew up with and sang with their friends and sweethearts. Faith is our songbird, and it is one of her greatest joys to sing the sing the music of the Big Band Era to the veterans; one on one or to a crowd.
"A White Sport Coat and a Pink Carnation" (2017)
Faith Evangeline sings a super darling duet of "A White Sport Coat and a Pink Carnation" with Korean/Vietnam veteran Archie M.
Singing for the Residents of Buehler Home
During our trip to Peoria, Illinois we made a stop by the lovely Buehler Home where Faith serenaded the residents for over an hour with the 40s classics (including a number of Cole Porter favorites!). Here is a snippet of some of the songs.
"I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" (2017)
A little snippet from Squadron Night at the 449th Bomb Group Reunion last evening. Lt. Edward West (B-24 Navigator) & Faith sing, "I left my heart at the Stage Door Canteen."
Sentimental Journey Duet (2015)
Faith sang a lovely impromptu duet of "Chattanooga Choo Choo" with this dear veteran at the WWII Memorial in DC
Faith sang a lovely impromptu duet of "Sentimental Journey" with this dear veteran at the WWII Memorial in DC
Soldier's Requiem - Band of Brothers (2014)
"We'll Meet Again" (2014)
Here is an excerpt of her singing "We'll Meet Again" to a special British veteran of the Normandy invasion.