Harry Callahan and the WCE Trio, the resident band of Gambay’s Pub, will represent the Wuxi China Expatdom in the World Expat Vision Song Contest to be held this year in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.
The Trio consists of: Neils Bohr – flute; Kennesaw "Hui San" Landis – piano, and bagpipes, and Hans Klingner – harp.
Callahan accompanied by the trio will perform an eclectic disco-country-bluegrass-classical version of Ava Maria et Christina — a song written in honor of the two mothers of Gorzo the Mighty, King of the Wuxi China Expatdom. The music for Ave Maria et Christina was composed by Hans Klingner; the lyrics were written by Alfred Lord McClusky, the Expatdom’s Poet Laureate.
Callahan, asked how he fancied the group’s chances in the contest, said "A band has got to know its limitations. Thankfully, we haven’t any."