April 8, 2012, ERIE, PA — As a Pennsylvania injury lawyer who blogs about car accidents, medical malpractice and other personal injury practice areas, it’s a rare treat for me to put a blog entry in the “general” column, one that focuses on something just a little different from the usual injury law entry. Stories unique to Erie are a favorite of mine and so I was happy to hear about a group of local musicians who’ve written a song and produced a video about how they love their hometown.
Lower Eastside Connection is a group of 20-something local men that performs in Erie and Crawford Counties. Their song and its accompanying video, My Home, is featured on YouTube and, despite some references that some might find inappropriate, is receiving local acclaim, including a front page story from the Erie Times News and a positive review by CEO of the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership.
The hip hop tune is fun, at least for those of us who live in and care for the Gem City. If these words from lead vocalist Johnny Evans resonate with you then you’ll get a kick out of the video: “When I left this place, I thought I was never coming back. But then I realized, man, I love this place. This is my home.”
Erie is a special place, populated by plenty of talented people. As indicated in our “Keepin’ it Local” column in our monthly personal injury law newsletter, we’re happy to promote the local talent every chance we get.
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