Arts & Entertainment

Rockin’ and Poppin’ at North Salem Middle/High School

Chris Giugnardi beautifully accompanies Shanna Feeney as she sings “A Million Reasons” by Lady Gaga. Credits: Deena Bell
Shanna Feeney singing Lady Gaga’s “A Million Reasons.” Credits: Deena Bell
Jack Zimmer sings - “Drive all night” by Needtobreath Credits: Deena Bell
Johnny Vilkelis sings “100 Years” by Five for Fighting. Credits: Deena Bell
Great job on bass by Wilson Yarnall. Credits: Deena Bell
Timmy Giacchetto sings Elton John’s “Saturday Nights Alright for Fighting.” Credits: Deena Bell
You could not ask for a better opening than with Eddie Fiscella on keyboards playing Boston’s “Foreplay/Long Time.” Credits: Deena Bell
Rocking the house with Bostons’ Foreplay/Longtime. Credits: Deena Bell
Music Makers 2017 Credits: Deena Bell

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.— Students showcased their musical talents at the second Music Makers concert, which was held at North Salem Middle/High School on Friday, April 28. There were songs from Boston, Styx, Rob Thomas, Led Zeppelin, Elton John, and The Band Perry.

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