Saturday, April 13, 2024

Statham Singers

Sports cartoonist Ricig and Nestor sing show tunes with the legendary Calvin Statham at WNST 25th Anniversary at Costas Inn

Sports cartoonist Ricig and Nestor sing show tunes with the legendary Calvin Statham at WNST 25th Anniversary at Costas Inn on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Mr. Statham and Ricig celebrate WNST 25th on the street where Nestor lives

Our favorite segments are the ones when we mix and match guests who've never met. For the 25th Anniversary celebration at Costas Inn on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour, sports cartoonist Mike Ricigliano surprised Nestor with typical flair and legendary music teacher Calvin Statham tickled the ivories with an impromptu "My Fair Lady" show tunes singalong.

Longtime music teacher Calvin Statham schools Nestor on the love of children

Longtime and legendary music teacher Calvin Statham schools Nestor on the love of children along with his Holabird Junior High classmate Dr. Ingrid Kohlstadt, who brought out the love for their teacher. Mr. Statham invested in every one of "his children" for five decades at Holabird and Pikesville and beyond.

Taking a sentimental journey back to Holabird Junior High with King Calvin Statham

Former Pikesville and Holarbird music legend Calvin Statham tickles the ivories with Nestor and childhood friend Stephanie Pallo at The Tasting Room at Drug City in Dundalk on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery and Window Nation.

The King of Dundalk music Calvin Statham tells Nestor how he wound up at Holabird in 1960s

The King of Dundalk music Calvin Statham tells Nestor how he wound up at Holabird in 1960s

For the love of the children and the power of music

Longtime and legendary music teacher Calvin Statham schools Nestor on the love of children along with his Holabird Junior High classmate Dr. Ingrid Kohlstadt, who brought out the love for their teacher. Mr. Statham invested in every one of "his children" for five decades at Holabird and Pikesville and beyond.

Giving Holabird and Pikesville love to the great Calvin Statham

It took Nestor nearly 31 years to drag his Holabird Junior High music teacher and production leader of the 1982 spring presentation of "My Fair Lady" at Dundalk Middle School onto his show. A beautiful afternoon and discussion with a man who traveled the gospel world and brought joy and the magic of music to thousands of children in Baltimore. The King of Dundalk music Calvin Statham tells Nestor how their paths crossed back in 1979 on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at The Tasting Room at Drug City.
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