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Phil Alanis, left, and Marsha DeLucia performing "Today" during "Eddie Boggs: A Tribute of Song" presented at the Franciscan Center of Lourdes University in Sylvania on June 22, 2014.

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U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur talks about Eddie Boggs and the eighth grade students he would accompany on class trips to Washington, D.C.

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Mary Arquette, vice president for Institutional Advancement at Lourdes University, left, listens as Brad Rieger, superintendent of Sylvania Schools, speaks of Eddie Boggs.

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First Creation, one of the musical groups that would perform in the Eddie Boggs Holiday Variety Show, in performance at the tribute. The singers are, from left: Pastor Jerry Boose, Frankie Swain, Ron Hogue, and William "Red" Crook.

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Sam DeArmond, left and front, First Creation, right, and members of the Eddie Boggs Tribute Band in front of a projected photo of Eddie Boggs at the end of the event.

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Some of the audience clapping along with Bob Wurst as he sings "Sweet Caroline".

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Bob Wurst singing "Ain't it Good to be back Home Again".

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U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (OH-D) enjoys the tribute.

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Rep. Marcy Kaptur speaking about Eddie Boggs and the eighth grade students he would accompany on class trips to Washington, D.C.

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Toledo's love affair with singer Jean Holden grows even deeper: after a problem with a recording of the musical accompaniment, Toledo's "First lady of song" chooses to sing it a capella.

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Kerry Patrick Clark, who was unable to appear in person, on a recorded tribute.

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Flatland Grass, including David Moore, left and partially obscured, on fiddle; Shaun Miller on Guitar; Neil Hensley on mandolin, and Tim Ellis on banjo.

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David Browning plays a dual neck guitar while singing "Thirsty Boots".

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Sam DeArmond performing "You've got a friend".

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