FOF #1958 – The Healing Power of Music

Mar 28, 2014 · 141760 views

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There’s something powerful about music. A new study reveals that people suffering from Alzheimers and other forms of dementia can dramatically improve their brain functions simply by singing their favorite show tunes.

Today our little Broadway baby Tommy Holl joins us to take a look at the wonderful ways music heals the brain and what your favorite kind of music says about you.

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  1. Countervail says:

    Adam Charlton does have some headless videos out there and he’s hung like a horse.

  2. Than says:

    That’s an obvious photoshop job. No one could fit on the same ship with Barbara Streisand’s ego.

  3. Than says:

    http://www.hm.com/us/product/15709?article=15709-F#article=15709-E

    These are the best. I have a closet full of these. I work from home, so I just wear these all the time. Love.

  4. Than says:

    I dare you not to love this.

  5. As usual, Tommy Holl is so funny. For the person wanting to move away from his state (was it Iowa ???) , Dallas, TX is another city with a large gay population. There is a “gaybourhood” there as they call it with several good clubs and Gay oriented stores. When I visited there June of 2013 I was amazed at how nice it was. I had a blast at a couple of the clubs that had go-go boys.

  6. Beto says:

    Great show! I really enjoyed your guest. Found him very charming. Hope you have him back soon!

  7. colaboy29 says:

    Marc, please tell Fausto not to sing. Then when you throw in his “free-style-make-lyrics-up” it’s twice as obnoxious. The rest of the show was fabulous and really love Tommy Holl when he’s on with you.

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