The Dancing Man of L.A.
Special | 25m 57s
The Dancing Man of L.A. is 69-year-old Howard Mordoh, retired clinical laboratory scientist and possibly the world’s biggest concert enthusiast. A notorious fixture of the Los Angeles music scene for decades, Howard’s love of concerts spans genres and venues, as long as he can keep dancing. But with live music canceled during the COVID pandemic, Howard has to get creative in order to keep dancing.
Aired: 05/24/21 | Expired: 05/24/23 |
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