Norwalk musician truly one-of-a-kind

Great Grandpa Beebe operates the bass and snare drums with his feet, while singing and playing a number of instruments including guitar and banjo.
Scott Seitz2
Jun 4, 2014

 

"Original" might be the best word to describe Norwalk musician Great Grandpa Beebe.

Beebe, who said he turned "100" years old at the Jubileego festival held Sept. 28, 2013, currently is in the process of organizing a batch of songs for a new recording.

He released "Hot Boats and Potato Babies" in April 2013.

For the past year or so, Beebe, has been a one-man band. He operates the bass and snare drums with his feet, while singing and playing a number of instruments including guitar and banjo.

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