Frances Hackley, Publicity Chair
The Robson Ranch Music Club thanks any and all those in the community who donated to the club through North Texas Giving Day. During this long drawn out intermission, the club has not been able to do any events that fund the organization. The donations received will help to ensure that, when given the downbeat to once again sing, they will be ready. There was a glimmer of hope that the choir would be able to do the annual Veterans Day Concert, but that glimmer quickly faded to total darkness. With no place to rehearse, social distancing, masks still being worn, and the fact that we may not have an audience, voices remain hushed. So, they wait, until once again they can take in a big breath and start singing.
In the meantime, keep music in your everyday routine. As said before, music helps make body, mind, and soul better. “I Believe in Music” by Mac Davis says just that: “I believe in music, I believe in love, music is the universal language and love is the key, people who believe in music are the happiest people I’ve ever seen.” Many phrases in this song are poignant and uplifting. You will be humming it all day and ultimately you will feel good doing it. Oh, by the way it just happens to be a ’70s song. The spring concert was to be ’70s songs, a decade of great song writing. It was not one that the choir was going to sing, but it just helps to make the point that the ’70s had great music.
The club again thanks all who donated and continue to support us by way of attendance at our events. They hope to soon, when it is safe to do so, get back to providing the community with concerts and events. Go to our website for information and updates at rrmusicclub.com.