Dates to follow on a Calendar. . .

Celebrating 163 years of kazoo playing in America, National Kazoo Day will be celebrated on January 28, 2013.

Oh really? Casting no aspersions at the cute little instrument, does it really merit a National holiday? I ask you.                              

Of course, kazoo players are not known to be perfectly precise, so feel free to celebrate National Kazoo Day on January 24, if you so desire.

In fact, most people will agree that we should consider January 24-28, 2013, National Kazoo LONG WEEKEND! So celebrate all weekend long.

National Kazoo Day occurs annually (although in some regions, more often) on or about January 28 – or whenever it is convenient to the kazooist. As stated by founder Chaplin Willard Rahn of the Joyful Noise Kazoo Band at the Homewood Retirement Home in Williamsport, Maryland, “After all, we have to be flexible.” Many kazooists choose the fourth Thursday in January because it’s handy.
(source – The Complete How To Kazoo by Barbara Stewart)

Kazoo lovers across America continue the campaign to make the kazoo America’s official musical instrument. Everyone is invited to join the effort and support the campaign.

So I ask you my friends, do you KAZOO?

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