Ann Arbor's T Street Players have written and recorded a song all about the city of Kalamazoo.

Get ready to sing loud and proud about your neighborhood and neck of the woods as you listen to T Street Players new song "(There's Only One) Kalamazoo."

Brothers Tim and Thom Streeter comprise the musical duo T Street Players. These guys are no amateurs with 300 placements on ABC, FOX, PBS, Discovery, TLC, Oxygen, and CMT networks. The Ann Arbor siblings latest song is an ode to the boys' hometown of Kalamazoo, just 98 miles East on I-94.

Born and raised in Kalamazoo and graduates of Loy Norrix High School, KAMSC, Western Michigan University, and Kalamazoo College, we wanted to make a song for everybody who is proud of their Kalamazoo heritage.

-T Street Players' Tim Streeter and Thom Streeter

The song starts with a geography lesson by means of anatomy: "Put your right hand up and point to the middle. Move it down to the left but only just a little, that's where I'm from." Enjoy scenic shots of the Kalamazoo skyline, the excitement of K-Wings hockey and Bronco football, the homemade deliciousness of Sweetwater's donuts and artisan craftsmanship of Bell's beer, the signature sound of Gibson guitars and the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, plus many more things you will only find in Kalamazoo.

Put your hands up and tell 'em where you're comin' from and see how many local landmarks you can spot in the T Street Players video for "(There's Only One) Kalamazoo"

Bonus Video: Michigan Artist Joe Wright Performs His Original Song "Town Famous"

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