David Seering — the man and his music

Published: Friday, June 28, 2013 at 02:44 PM.

Seering sees his talent as God given — a gift on loan that he is just using.

"God gave me this talent for two reasons, weddings and funerals, everything else in between is a bonus," Seering said. "I love playing the piano and trumpet at the same time while doing a rendition of Louis Armstrong's 'It's A Wonderful World.' That always seems to get some appreciation from my audience."

Seering also loves his charity work, and for the past 29 years he has hosted a local telethon in his hometown of Green Bay for the Northeast Wisconsin Cerebral Palsy Center.

"We have raised more than $30 million in that time. It's live television and one of my favorite performances I do each year.

"I try very hard to be as charitable as I can with the talent God has given me. I have always been a believer that you have to give back what was given to you." 



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