Music Review- Anthem Lights: Mr. Rogers Medley

Anthem Lights brings us another one of their medleys by paying tribute to a man who inspired not one, not two, but three generations of children across America, of course, I’m talking about Fred Rogers.

Caleb Grimm, Chad Graham, Joey Stamper, and Spencer Kane combine the songs “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” and “It’s Such A Good Feeling” painting a picture that Mr. Rogers would be proud to see in “Mr. Rogers Medley.” These guys can sing and have genuine talent, so it is cool to see them do an excellent job with such an iconic theme song. In the music video, it is even cooler as they sing the short, but sweet diddy, they are each in a sweater to pay homage to the man that Mr. Rogers was, one who would remind us that a little kindness goes a long way.

Check out the song below:

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