When you purchase a CD, you can direct Metro Retro to donate $5.00 of the sales price to one of the following not-for-profit organizations with which the band has teamed:
- Twin Cities Rise! – An innovative non-profit anti-poverty organization that offers long-term job training and placement to those facing barriers to employment success and financial independence.
- VEAP – the state’s largest food shelf and senior services provider, serving South Minneapolis, Richfield, Bloomington, and Edina.
Combo Platter + The Holidays Be Jammed
The Holidays Be Jammed
Includes: Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Santa Baby, The Christmas Song, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Little Drummer Boy, What are You Doing New Year’s Eve?, O Christmas Tree, The Chipmunk Song, Jingle Bells, Blue Christmas.
Includes: Watermelon Man, Bluesette, The Nearness of You, Killer Joe, Nevertheless, One Note Samba, Feeling Good, Robbin’s Nest, Satin Doll, Smoke Gets In Your Eyes, Wave, Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise, Autumn Leaves.
Includes: Autumn Leaves , Georgia, Makin' Whoopee, Peel Me a Grape, Girl from Ipanema, Take the "A" Train, Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby?, Killer Joe, Fly Me to the Moon, Blue Monk, Metro Retro Blues
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$15 covers the entire cost of a CD, including tax, shipping and handling. $27 covers everything if you order both CDs. Payments can be made through the secure PayPal option, or mail check for proper amount to Metro Retro Music, 4308 France Avenue South, Edina, MN 55410.
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March 15, 2015
Metro Retro Plays Welcome Reception for National Event
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