Thursday, November 10, 2011

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery


It’s been a while since we’ve had a mention of Our Lady of Tennessee (AKA soprano supremo Sabrina Laney Warren) and a recent post on her Facebook wall was pretty much begging for some blog postage. 

A quick bit of backstory… over the past couple of weeks I have been getting texts from her about how someone who plays for some of her lessons reminds her a lot of me and she’s even starting referring to him as my blonde doppelgänger.  Then I later found out that he is also a Baylor grad.  His last name is Aber, which is eerily reminiscent of our Eber day in Germany.  THEN Sabrina informed me that he also had one of the same shirts that I took on tour this summer and apparently that was the last straw—they decided to do a bit of photo reenactment from one of my earlier posts:

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Artist: Gerard Alessandrini / Album: Forbidden Broadway, Volume 3

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