Chorus Songs
Sadie Damascus
Saturday, June 21, 2014, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Music 4 - Room #330

Chorus songs are ideal for groups, because the leader gets to sing the verses and everybody gets to sing along on the choruses. On a round or the sort of song that everyone knows, such as "Careless Love," the participants can harmonize and often hearken back to summer camp or school or evenings at home around the piano when they first learned it. Everyone will have a chance to lead a song or two, or perhaps teach a new song.

Sadie Damascus was born Sally Hyman in a little Vermont town with five seasons: winter, mud season, spring, bug season, and famously leaf-turning fall. She managed to grow up in a family full of musicians without ever learning to play an instrument, so singing is her main interest. She now lives in a little California town and enjoys new seasons: spring flowering, the long cool summer, the short hot summer, a few weeks of Harvest, and then Rain-cold-Rain-cold-Rain. She hosts two comedy radio shows (KGGV, KOWS) a week, and spends most of her time with her woodcarver husband, two elderly cats, Netflix, library books, Art, herbs, and various community projects, many of which include singing.