By Krissie Fullerton
24 Aug 2010
Backed by a swing band, the duo performed American standards by the legendary Nat King Cole.
According to press notes, "The New York Pops residency at the Ronald McDonald House New York has helped pediatric cancer patients discover their creative voice through instruction in basic musical, creative writing and instrumental techniques. With those ideals in mind, the Ronald McDonald House band, Bad Habit, has been writing and performing songs for two years. This year, The New York Pops has also been leading a weekly class in vocal and piano performance, resulting in the first-ever Ronald McDonald House Choir."
Here's a look at the benefit concert:
For more information visit www.rmh-newyork.org and www.newyorkpops.org.