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Eagles' Jason Kelce Plays Guitar at WXPN, Performs Original Song

Eagles center Jason Kelce took to the airwaves to show off his musical talents Wednesday evening. Kelce was a guest on WXPN's "Copy That" with Dan Reed, where he played an original song titled "Homes Change." (Published Thursday, July 16, 2015)

Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce took to the airwaves Wednesday to show off his musical talents.

Kelce, a vocal member of the Eagles, was at World Cafe Live in Center City chatting with 88.5 WXPN's Dan Reed Wednesday evening, but he also brought his guitar and played a few tunes for listeners on Reed's "Copy That" Segment.

After talking a bit about football. Kelce revealed that he played saxophone in his high school jazz band, and took up the guitar while in college at Cincinnati.

Kelce performed two songs while on air, including one he wrote himself. He opened with a cover of Jason Isbell's "Cover Me Up", but then broke into his original song, titled "Homes Change."

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Eagles teammate Connor Barwin was also in the studio, and took a video of Kelce performing his original song. Barwin took the content to Twitter and Periscope, and WXPN's Reed joked that the linebacker should moonlight as a talent manager.

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