‘Taps’ isn’t just for buglers anymore

At 3 p.m. on Memorial Day, musicians around the country lent their talents to Taps Across America’s National Moment of Remembrance. The organization called upon all Americans to pause then for a minute to remember those who died in military service to the United States. Those who could were asked to mark the moment by playing “Taps.” Undaunted by his lack of a bugle, Judson University music business major PJ Sasso performed a stirring rendition on his melodica in front of the Italian American Veterans Museum. Thanks for keeping the tradition alive, PJ!

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