Back by popular demand, Eli Lambie, who played a series of rare West Virginia themed songs for us back in December, returns to perform some Wheeling related tunes. Examples will include "The Wheeling Musical Steelmakers Theme Song"; "Moon Over Oglebay"; "The Wheeling Bridge Polka; "Belle of Wheeling Gallop"; Neil Sedaka's "Wheeling West Virginia"; "Wheeling Back to Wheeling West Virginia by the great Doc Williams; The Wheeling High School fight song; "The Spirit of Our Boys March" (a Moundsville tune); and some originals composed by Eli himself. Join us for a rousing set of Wheeling Songs!
In addition to being in-person in the Library auditorium, this program will be available to watch live on Facebook Live, on YouTube, and on the OCPL website's LWB Livestream page. Log into your Facebook or YouTube account during the program to leave questions for our presenters in the comments box. They will answer them during the live broadcast.
Tuesday | 2022 at noon
PRESENTER BIO: Eli W Lambie is a singer/songwriter, pianist, educator, leader of “Eli and the Mojo Kings,” Wheeling Symphony player, and composer.
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"Lunch With Books" is the library’s flagship program for adult patrons. These lunchtime programs feature authors, poets, musicians, historians, and more every Tuesday at noon. Bring lunch (to the Library Auditorium or your computer), feed your brain!