Albany- Dr. Egbert Bacon, Professor Emeritus for Albany State University, was the featured pianist at Wynn and Company's first annual Sip and See.
He played popular songs as customers browsed through the store. Store owners feel the pianist was a good edition for a day of shopping.
"We just wanted to invite the public in to our store and let them see all our beautiful things," says owner Debbye Wynn Bulloch.
"Music is my life, since a youngster growing up in Richmond, Virginia. I've always loved music," says Bacon.
Dr. Bacon was a professor at ASU for 35 years. He now travels and takes his music whereever he goes.
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