Today’s spotlight is on Luciano Pavarotti. He sang opera music. His first performance was in 1961 his last performance was in 2006 at the Olympic games. He helped charities like the Red Cross. He wanted to be a soccer goalkeeper when he was young. He was an elementary teacher for two years before he started singing. The song I am going to play is “Nessun Dorma,” which means “none shall sleep.” This song makes me feel happy and energetic.
Chris Kavanaugh hosts “Rockin’ Out with Chris” at 12:30 p.m. Mondays on Public Radio KMXT.