Philly’s Candy Lady. You know her. And never count her out.
She's a city fixture, whose legal name is Lynette D. Morrison. She’s always singing. “Buy my candy! Oooooooh. Buy my candy.” They’re jingles; they’re serenades.
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By age 3, he was playing several instruments. Now, Rowan’s first blind vocal music student is inspiring his classmates.
Rowan University sophomore Jake Lapp, an aspiring musician, showed he loved music before he could walk, listening to rap, classical and pop music.