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Gritty conducts Philadelphia Orchestra in rendition of ‘Feel the Shake’

Short Shifts Flyers mascot put on suit to lead musicians in performance of team’s goal song by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer Gritty: Mascot, fun-lover, musical genius? The Philadelphia Flyers mascot led members of the Philadelphia Orchestra in a rendition of the team’s goal song “Feel the Shake” by 80s hair band Jetboy.Tweet…

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Flyers mascot put on suit to lead musicians in performance of team’s goal song


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Pat Pickens
@Pat_Pickens

/ NHL.com Staff Writer

Gritty conducts Philadelphia Orchestra in rendition of 'Feel the Shake'

Gritty: Mascot, fun-lover, musical genius?

The Philadelphia Flyers mascot led members of the Philadelphia Orchestra in a rendition of the team’s goal song “Feel the Shake” by 80s hair band Jetboy.

Tweet from @philorch: We���ve teamed up with Maestro @GrittyNHL to wish our @NHLFlyers good luck in today���s Game 4 against the @CanadiensMTL! #AnytimeAnywhere pic.twitter.com/VxF2CdRSjT

Gritty put on his gameday best and led a socially distant number with Barbara Govatos (violin), Priscilla Lee (associate principal cello), Harold Robinson (principal bass), David Bilger (principal trumpet), Jeffrey Lang (associate principal horn), Matthew Vaughn (co-principal trombone), Carol Jantsch (principal tuba) and Christopher Deviney (principal percussion) jamming out.

The Flyers then made the original song play twice in their 2-0 victory against the Montreal Canadiens in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference First Round on Tuesday that gave them a 3-1 lead in the best-of-7 series.

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We���ve teamed up with Maestro @GrittyNHL to wish our @NHLFlyers good luck in today���s Game 4 against the @CanadiensMTL! #AnytimeAnywhere pic.twitter.com/VxF2CdRSjT

— PhilOrch (@philorch) August 18, 2020n”,”href”:”https://twitter.com/philorch/status/1295722117116329986″}}”>

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