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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by davidjohnson, Jan 3, 2006.
I wish Letterman or Leno would have him on... wouldn't it be cool to see him play "Taps"?
Wait... he was born in 1898... I wonder if he's still around. He 'd be 107 (his birthday's in November)!
I just looked him up on the Social Security Death Index. The interent is an interesting place - it even lists his Soc number.
Born - Nov 8, 1898
Died - Aug 13, 2002
Rest in peace, Mr. Spiro.
Hey, it's not to late...
... maybe one of us could attend that TV show "Crossing Over" and ask for a performance....
HA! Now that's just wrong.
Sorry... strange humor...
owwwwwww! My stomach is beginning to hurt again! I already have stitches from Chuck!
Would be a haunting melody I suppose!
HEY ALEX.... what are doing here... you are suppose to be practicing!!!
I'm never gonna go hear you play with [ insert big city orchestra name here ] if you keep goofing off on the internet!!!
Ok....you caught me slacking.....time to schlep it back to the horn. Bzzzz, bzzzzz, spleah....bzzzzzzz.....