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US Air Force Band greets Polish general with hit song

07.10.2019 15:00
A US Air Force Band has greeted a Polish airforce general in Washington with a performance of a Polish hit song “Ściernisco” by Golec Uorkiestra.
Sergeant Matthew Hill during the rehearsal.
Sergeant Matthew Hill during the rehearsal.facebook.com/SingingSergeants

Pszczoła, who last week travelled to the United States to visit with his counterpart, the Air Force Chief of Staff David Goldfein, was welcomed with the performance while in Washington for a private dinner.

A clip from the band’s rehearsal has gone viral on Facebook, reaching more than 1.3 million views over the last week.

Sergeant Matthew Hill, who was the lead singer in the performance, said that he was pleasantly surprised with how Polish people reacted to his cover of “Ściernisco” and that Pszczoła’s wife beamed upon hearing the first sounds of the trumpet, Polish public broadcaster Polish Radio reported.


Source: IAR