Lisa Matassa Sings For Froggy WOGI Winner and Air Force Reserve 911 Airlift Wing in Pittsburgh, PA

Lisa Matassa Sings For Froggy WOGI Winner and Air Force Reserve 911 Airlift Wing in Pittsburgh, PA
 
Long
Island Country singer Lisa Matassa spread some holiday cheer in
Pittsburgh, PA when she performed songs from her current SOMEBODY’S BABY
EP for members of the Air Force Reserve 911th Airlift Wing as a part of a special radio promotion for Froggyland WOGI.
“The Froggy radio contest winner was Chief Master Sgt. Beverly G. Todd—her
prize included lunch and a private performance by me. I sang a few
songs in their auditorium and then they asked me if I would like to
continue my singing inside the hangar that houses the C130 airplane. Of
course I said yes!! It was amazing! They were all so kind to me and even
let me sit in the cockpit to pose for photos. I was honored to sing for
them and would LOVE to go back there soon and do a full band
performance for them
, “ says Lisa. 

Pictured with the Air Force Reservists are ( L to R) Dave Hopperfield ( PD/Froggy WOGI) , Radio contest winner Chief Master Sgt. Beverly G. Todd, guitarist Colin Smith, Lisa Matassa and Jay McCarthy (NE Regional/ Nine North Records)

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