Fire at the Pageant

Album: Celebration, Florida (2011)
  • The sinister opening track to New York folk/country rock band The Felice Brothers' eighth album, Celebration, Florida, is anchored by a mob of children screaming, "Calm down! Calm down!" James Felice explained to Billboard magazine: "There was a birthday party going on one day in the high school's old cafeteria, so we invited them up to the studio. We have 15 kids singing on that song."
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