Doc Severinsen, at 86, still manages to eclipse expectations. No matter how sequinned you expect him to be, he will be more sequinned. No matter how loud you think he'll be, he'll be louder.
This morning's Coffee Concert with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra -- the concert repeats Saturday at 8 p.m. -- were full of memorable moments, and many were just Severinsen talking.
He told us how, down in Mexico where he lives, he often tunes in to the Sirius station that is All Sinatra, All the Time.
"At 2 a.m., I sometimes turn the station on, and the memories flood over me," he said.
The image of Doc Severinsen kicked back in the middle of the night, listening to Sinatra ... unforgettable!
Doc also introduced one number by saying, "So this is 'What is This Thing Called Love?' And if anyone knows the answer, give me a call."
Ha, ha! What else did he say? Well, a little poignantly, he said: "Life is a drama, and I don't know if I'm in the last act."
But he added:
"I am not going to go quietly into the night! I am going to be tap dancing right up to the end."
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