Bob Dorough is the veritable incarnation of the spirit of youth. His energy, enthusiasm and zest shine on unabated as he approaches his ninth decade of life and his eight of spreading joy as a consummate music-maker. Always ready for something new, Bob's response to Kent and Lois Heckman's excellent idea of pairing him with like-minded performers in a program of new and unique interpretations of gems from his rich catalog of songs was to say, "Let's do it."
"I hadn't done much duetting," Bob said (I've caught him in that act with Carol Fredette and Daryl Sherman), "and some of the songs required new verses to make it work, but it was fun adapting to the idea of duets." The arrangements, of course, are all new.