Saturday 4 February 2012

1st Live Performance

Last month I posted about Dylan's new singing pursuits, in A D-Mom is Superwoman. He joined a performance company last September, after watching the students perform at a benefit concert last year. The concert he saw at the time was entitled, "Pumped for the Cure," and it was a fundraiser for our TEAM DYLAN, with all of the proceeds going to JDRF. He was so impressed with the quality of the performers, that he couldn't wait to join himself.

Dylan had his first live performance just before Christmas and I had mentioned that I would post clips soon after. Oops - I totally forgot, so here they are now! Both of these are group performances. In the first he's singing only, and in the second he's playing the saxophone.

Dylan (left) singing "Twist & Shout". Can you see the pump bulge under his shirt? I can.

Dylan (left) playing sax for "Crabbuckit"

His next performance is Sunday, Feb. 12, when he will perform, solo, Frank Sinatra's "Come Fly With Me." Just one more thing for which we DON'T let diabetes get in the way. EVER.

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