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Jim Foglesong started singing before he turned 2, and according to the cialis dosagem pastor at Vine Street Christian Church — where he was an elder and cheap cialis longtime member of buy pfizer viagra in canada the generic cialis next day shipping Chancel Choir — he continued singing every single Sunday until two months before his death. Foglesong died July 9, about two weeks shy of his 91st birthday.
Foglesong sang his way into his church choir in his hometown of South Charleston, W.V., when he was just 4. He sang on local radio stations, he sang through high school, and he led several vocal groups during his service in the viagra female Army during World War II. After his honorable discharge, he earned a degree in vocal music from the buy cialis discount Eastman School of Music, the respected conservatory in Rochester, N.Y.
After graduating, Foglesong moved to New York and cialis for women married Toni Arnould, who would remain his lifetime singing partner. He also took "side jobs," first at Columbia Records and cialis on line pricing in canada then RCA in production and generic cialis online executive positions — but he never stopped singing. His pure tenor voice can be heard on recordings by Rosemary Clooney, Connie Francis and viagra for women on Neil Sedaka's monster hit "Calendar Girl."
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