In this clip Shirlie Toro-Fralick describes her time overseas immediately following the end of the Second World War as a singer and performer in the Canadian army. One of the shows she performed in was called Rhythm Rodeo. She relocated to Peper Harow in England where a new show of about 30 people was put together to travel to the continent to perform. This new show included a magician, a chorus line, and Shirlie's own solo songs, complete with elaborate dresses, among others types of performances. The group toured numerous labour and concentration camps before settling in Delmenhorst, Germany (outside of Bremen), which had been levelled by the war. The group performed 2-3 shows a day to entertain troops who were confined to barracks while paperwork was processed to let them return home. She was later relocated to perform with another group that had a full orchestra, including trombone player Bob Flanigan, founding member and vocalist for the Four Freshman. Shirlie also recounts having a baseball team against the Americans and generally having a good time while in Europe despite the tragic surroundings.