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Mon, 10/26/2009 - 6:36am
Several years ago, we attended Milwaukee Irish Fest, the annual musical and cultural experience of everything even remotely Irish. While wandering the grounds, we discovered the band, Schooner Fare, a trio of singer-songwriters from Maine that captivated us with their tight harmonies, their musicianship and their enthusiasm. It was a great show. 

Several years ago, we attended Milwaukee Irish Fest, the annual musical and cultural experience of everything even remotely Irish. While wandering the grounds, we discovered the band, Schooner Fare, a trio of singer-songwriters from Maine that captivated us with their tight harmonies, their musicianship and their enthusiasm. It was a great show.  

After the performance, we bought a CD and made our way to the tables outside of the stage where the singers were signing autographs. We reached the front of the line.  

As we greeted the performers, I was appalled. Two of the three were smoking cigarettes. “You depend on your voices to make your livings!” I heard myself saying. “I take care of people with throat cancer. What are you thinking?” 

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