Huron Lake, PA (August 5, 2019) – Camp Huron Lake broke out its annual Color War this summer in stunning fashion as Adam Levine performed to the delight of the entire camp. Opening for Levine on the stage of the Performing Arts Center was Carly Simon who got the crowd worked up into a raucous frenzy. Once Levine was done, the two yelled “Color War!!!” then tossed split sheets into the adoring crowd.
Levine, a fourteen-year-old Super Senior Boy from Woodmere, Long Island, has been playing the guitar through the camp’s School of Rock program for the past three summers and has mastered several hits including “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”, “Baa Baa Black Sheep” and the ABC song. Playing with his camp band, Macaroon 5, Levine and his bunkmates had the females in attendance swooning despite his limited musical repertoire. Luckily for Levine, his rugged yet Semitic good looks have made him one of the more popular male campers at Huron Lake.
Simon began the festivities by leading an all-camp rendition of “Simon Sez” then took to the piano to show off her magical music talent. The absolutely precious Soph Girl had the entire crowd eating out of the palm of her hand the moment her fingers started tickling the ivories. She performed a few unintelligible songs then closed her act with the crowd singing along to “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” as she repeatedly mashed both hands onto the keys possibly breaking more than a few. The presence the six-year-old Marlboro, NJ native cannot be understated as she was showered with a standing ovation from her entire division for her adorable, uneven performance.
Huron Lake Director Marty Feldstein was delightfully impressed by the two young musicians. “When Adam signed up for camp a few years ago, I knew I had to get him into the School of Rock program here. The PR we’re going to get from his and Carly’s performances is immeasurable,” the frugal director explained. “The real Adam Levine wouldn’t come to this shithole for less than a mil. If the story gets out that Adam Levine broke Color War, so be it!”
Levine was surprised that he was tabbed to break out this summer’s highlight event but understands Feldstein’s desire to create a buzz around camp. “Everyone was talking about Adam Levine coming to camp but Marty’s way too cheap to pay for him so I figured I’m the next best thing since I’ve taken a total of eight guitar lessons over two and a half summers and have no idea how to read music.”
Simon, too, is a relative novice when it comes to playing the piano. Last Thursday was her first lesson as she was forced to practice each Free Play and Elective period leading up to her nerve-wracking performance. It was only yesterday when she realized she was not, in fact, playing an organ.
“It’s too bad Len Kravitz went on a teen tour this summer. He would’ve brought the house down with his rhythmic gymnastics act,” noted Feldstein who is offering a tuition discount for next summer to the family of nine-year-old Howard Stern from Livingston, NJ.