WAGwit wonders: What do you sing in the shower?

“I don’t really sing in the shower. It gets really quiet, and I listen to the shower. It sounds like you’re in the rainforest and it’s very soothing.”

Michael Bick, owner/executive chef, Some Things Fishy Catering, Danbury resident

“I don’t sing in the shower anymore. For me, it’s a time to reflect.”

Jean Divney, White Plains Hospital Auxiliary Board member, White Plains resident

“What I like to sing in the shower is something operatic, like ‘Time to Say Goodbye.’ It’s not opera, but it is Andrea Bocelli. And it’s romantic.”

Mike Divney, chairman of the board, White Plains Hospital, White Plains resident

“Show tunes. ‘West Side Story.’ I particularly love ‘Boy, boy, crazy boy.’ (Ed. note: Called ‘Cool.’) And I do all the moves. I also love ‘Carousel’ and ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.’”

Troy Ellen Dixon, director of marketing and communications, Bruce Museum, Wilton resident

“‘So This Is Love’ and ‘Someone to Watch Over Me.’ The acoustics in the shower allow you to free your secret voice.”

Samantha Feig, massage therapist, THANN Sanctuary Spa,  Castle Hotel & Spa, West Nyack resident

“I normally don’t sing in the shower, because that’s where I do some of my best thinking. But if I do, it’s because I’ve come up with a great idea or I’m in a really good mood, and then it’s some kind of Bee Gees, like ‘How Deep Is Your Love.’”

Robin Garr, director of education, Bruce Museum, New York City resident

“I sing Anthony Green. He’s an acoustic singer-songwriter, but he’s also done experimental music, off-the-beaten-path stuff. That’s what I’m interested in and actually, the guy has a beautiful voice.”

Max Pena, University of Connecticut student, Cos Cob resident

“I sing Irish ballads. Somehow when I came to America (from Germany), I stumbled onto folk music, first American and then Irish….(My husband) plays the pennywhistle and sings ballads.”

Anne von Stuelpnagel, director of exhibitions, Bruce Museum, Cos Cob resident

“‘Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina,’ and I belt it out like you wouldn’t believe.”

Barbara T. Vrooman, co-chair, Adopt-A-Park, White Plains Beautification Foundation, White Plains resident

“I sing ‘This Girl is on Fire’ (by Alicia Keyes). I just feel that’s a waker-upper.”

Joan Yankowski, Bruce Museum volunteer, Greenwich resident


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