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Nancy Bea

Nancy Bea Hefley (born February 24 in Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers.

Biography

Early life

Bea grew up in the Orange County Fair, the Pomona Fair, and has played shows in Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe.

Los Angeles Dodgers organist

In the mid-1980s, Bea filled in for a friend as the organist for Helen Dell was to retire at the end of the season after fifteen years, Bea auditioned at an exhibition game between the Dodgers and the USC Trojans on February 14, 1988.[1] She does not plan her songs, getting her musical cues from the events occurring on the field during the game and including a variety of popular pop and rock songs alongside older and less commonly played numbers.[2]

From the late 1980s to the present day, Bea– alongside announcers Vin Scully and Rick Monday– became great crowd favorites at Dodger Stadium.

References

  1. ^ "Nancy Bea Hefley Provides the Soundtrack to the Dodgers Season". 
  2. ^ Komaiko, Leslee (6 May 2004). "15 Minutes With... Nancy Bea Hafley". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 3 May 2011. 
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