Walk Off the Earth: In the Christmas Season We Bid Hello and Goodbye | Beaufort County Now | Walk Off the Earth is like every human entity that lives and creates art, they procreate and they find peace with who they are, what they accomplish, and then with that eternal blessing of a life well lived.

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    The Canadian Musical Group, Walk off the Earth, is like every human entity that lives and creates art, they procreate and they find peace with who they are, what they have accomplished, and then with that eternal blessing of a life well lived - they literally walk off the Earth. This similarity of twin fates visited Walk Off the Earth, when core Band members Sarah Blackwood and Gianni Luminati were blessed with a new future band member born Luigi Colombo recently born, and Mike "the Beard Guy" Taylor recently departed to the eternal hereafter.

In this first video, baby Luigi Colombo plays "Santa Baby": Below:



In the second video, we offer a Yuletide Season homage to recently departed Mike "Beard Guy" Taylor who plays solo "Oh Holy Night": Below:



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