Presented by Melrose Choral Boosters at Melrose Center for the Performing Arts
April 4, 2009
Describing himself as a pop singer, Livingston also includes his guitar, and piano in his performances. The piano has supplanted the five-string banjo as the difficulties of air travel have forced him to leave it at home. He says it is a nice idea to be able to sit down to play as one grows older. "It's no mean feat, making a living as a professional musician for thirty years," he says. No mean feat. But to do it with style-ah, there's the beauty. Livingston is also a favorite professor at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.