July 5, 2011 by staff
Steve Martin, Steve Martin was just steps from the United States Capitol and took his banjo to play. The talented actor is also a musician and gave a stunning performance with the steep canyon Rangers in celebrating Monday night on PBS called fourth of the Capitol.
Cracking a joke at the beginning of the series, Steve Martin encouraged people to sing with them could find the words to the number with words beginning with the group. Most of the fans at home that watched the live show were surprised to see Martin with a banjo in his last race is not well known by lovers of his films.
A quarter of the Capitol was celebrating the 30th anniversary of music and fireworks in Washington, DC. Considered a time-honored tradition, people around the country tune in to watch the performances and reflect on the country at the same time to see the great monuments of the city. The musical influences in the program gave everyone a view of all genres is on our great country, sharing the common theme of celebrating the independence of our nation. Josh Groban, Jordin Sparks and Matthew Morrison were part of the All-American affair with the end of the illumination of the sky full of fireworks.
Check out the slideshow of photos of one quarter of the Capitol, with Steve Martin and the steep canyon rangers.
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