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Los Angeles Dodgers Organist Calls Silver Springs 'Home'

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You never know what you might find out in the Nevada desert. Wild horses, sagebrush, and 79-year-old Nancy Bea. She and her husband, Bill, have lived in Silver Springs since 2005.

As we step inside of her home, two things become clear: she loves the Los Angeles Dodgers, and she is an amazing organist..actually-- a legendary organist.  

"I was with the Dodgers for 28 years as the organist," she tells us. 

I listened to her play, "Take Me Out to The Ball Game," and it felt like I was in Dodger Stadium.    

She even has her own bobble head. 

"I don't know if I'm special or not, but somebody thought I should have my own bobble head."

Sometimes, the fans were more interested in getting her autograph than the players. Nancy started in 1988, and retired last September. The 898 mile round-trip commute between Silver Springs and Dodger Stadium was tiring. 


She wanted more time to spend with her husband here, at home.  

"It's nice to have a place that is peaceful and we can do what we want and not worry."

There are two sides to Nancy: the famous Los Angeles musician, and the quiet, humble wife, who loves her three dogs.

When the baseball season kicks off in April, of course she'll root for the home team, the Dodgers, even though her home is the Nevada desert. 

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