I was one of the 25 that listened, and she sang a medley of Stephen Collins Foster songs as are in the public domain. She had a great voice and keyboard proficiency ... but even in that area I wouldn't say there are that many who would favor the repertoire she presented that Friday evening. No, that park is going downhill now even faster with budget cuts in this economy. There is no longer a Parks facilities manager that arranged for the entertainment at that bandstand and rented the other pavilions. The grounds maintenance staff has been cut in half, the children's monkey cage, spin-table, see-saw and sliding board have been removed due to insurance liability increased rates. Too, the park is now closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. The Little League ball field segment of the park operates on a foundation grant, not support of local taxes. Clubs and other venues I once knew are either shuttered and derelict or they have been demolished to make way for other development which subsequently also is now in severe decline. Such isn't any different elsewhere and I'm not there, so don't lay that on me. With my present health, I consider it fortunate to have a day where I can get out to sit on our front porch for awhile. Moreso, when a neighbor or friend stops by to chat. If you want to play music where you are ... it's your problem ... not mine ... and I did nothing to contribute to your shortcomings.