This Little Light Concert – The Video

When people leave my concerts, they’re better human beings than they were when they arrived, but not because of me … not because of me. It’s because the main character of my concerts is life and life is exciting. – Facundo Cabral, Argentine Singer and Composer

Mom can play a table like Jerry Lee Lewis plays a piano.

It makes for hot licks, hot tunes and hot times in the old house tonight!

Together, Mom and I make ” This Little Light  of Mine” shine like there’s no tomorrow!

Be sure and watch mom’s famous hand-over-hand moves on the repeat of the first verse. Amazing!

So, what are you waiting for, grab yourself a table, play it in the key of G, sing along with us and enjoy this little jewel of a concert!

Warning! The hand-over-hand moves are for professional table players only. What looks simple, takes 90+ years to perfect, so you may not want to try them too fast or you could severely injure yourself, not to mention the table. 

About Tom Laughon

Tom Laughon (Pronounced Lawn) is President of Catch Your Limit, an organization whose sole purpose is to guide and grow leaders. His journey from lead singer in a rock-n-roll band, to a successful career in marketing & advertising to consultant, strategist, keynote speaker, facilitator, professor and writer is a fascinating one. Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, Tom and his team guide organizations, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies to national associations, to "catch their limit" in areas such as leadership development, creativity, innovation, teaming and transformational change. His commitment to "practice what he preaches" has made Catch Your Limit a petri dish for round-the-clock discovery and learning. The firm's brand reflects Tom's personal brand: Fun, Inspirational, Strategic & Hot!

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  1. Looks like she could still play it just fine on the piano, too!

    Did you mean to say it was in the key of “G-Whiz?” Seems to me that I remember her and/or Nel saying that, right?

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    • I’ll take ownership of G-Whiz. I had forgotten that one. We used that line when we would tune our guitars back when I played with the Southgate Singers (folk group). That was a long, long time ago … back when we used sundials to tell time.

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  2. Talk to me...I'm your Mother

    My 98-year-old stepmother still loves to sing. She may not remember who I am, but she remembers “The Yellow Rose of Texas”.

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  3. There’s nothing like music to put a smile in your heart!

    I love to play the piano and your mom’s playing here makes me want to go home and tickle the ivories tonight 🙂

    MJ

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  4. Love your mom and love her joy.

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  5. music can be so healing and good for the soul!

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  6. Tom, You have such a gift with story telling. I love the pictures and stories that you tell. Keep up the good work

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  7. Hi, I’ve nominated you for the Sunshine Award. Feel free to accept or pass on it. No worries. LTAF
    http://letstalkaboutfamily.wordpress.com/2012/04/07/the-sunshine-award/

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