- Published: Wednesday, 25 October 2017 09:27
- Written by Staff
Why does a young woman want to sing songs that were popular in World Wars I and II, decades before she was born? Kelda Mikalson says the songs are beautiful in melody and lyrics, and filled with feeling.
“People wonder how a concert of wartime songs could be fun,” Kelda laughs. “But the songs make you think about how people - on the front and back home - worked, joked, and cried together and supported each other. That is how they survived.”