BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Love it or hate it, Sunday is Valentine's Day and some local musicians try to spread the love with songs.
There are many ways to show you how important it is to you on this day. You can get chocolate or flowers, but some do it by making music that fills the air.
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Get to know Valentonez, a trio that has been serenading loved ones on Valentine's Day since 2012.
“We're going on this vacation that a lot of people make fun of and say, how can we make it funnier than this pressure, you have to do this, you have to make dinner. No how can you be silly and have fun? "Said Melissa Wimbish.
For a small fee, they sing songs that would pass St. Valentine out while adding a touch of humor.
"We just want to spread some love, spread some joy, make people smile," said Britt Olsen-Ecker.
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Sean Richardson ordered one of these personal appearances for his girlfriend Julia.
"I mean, I like things, but I also like experiences and we haven't been able to do anything in the last year. Go everywhere, do everything that is fun, so this is an experience," said Julia McCabe.
An experience that they hope will make their small, intimate audience feel right.
"Just giddy that the stupid things can still happen and feeling excited about love," said Wimbish.
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Unfortunately, the Valentonez only come once a year, but due to this year's success they plan to return in 2022.