Baseball and Organ Music: How’d That Happen?

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When did organ music and baseball become a thing? ELT talks to some pro organ players to find out how organs and ballparks got together. Plus, meet Nancy Faust — the legendary organist who brought trolling to modern baseball music.
Guests: Steven Ball, organist and Director of Sacred Music at The Oratory of St. Francis de Sales in St. Louis, Missouri; Josh Kantor, organist for the Boston Red Sox; Nancy Faust, retired organist for the Chicago White Sox
Thanks to caller Robert. Thanks also to Judy Scott.
You can see a photo of Nancy's donkeys on our twitter feed.

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