0808moelmann.jpgJack Moelmann, the retired Air Force colonel and organ enthusiast, soaked up his $118,182.44 spotlight at Radio City Music Hall over the weekend. The NY Times reports on his performance, which took place Saturday after Moelmann laid down some serious cash to make it happen. The Times reports on his time behind the famous Wurlitzer organ, saying "His hands and feet were a blur at the console of an instrument with 4,000 pipes, the longest the length of a small sailboat, the shortest the size of a No. 2 pencil that had been back to the sharpener once too often." In the end, with the show not being close to sold out ("the orchestra level was about a third full"), he lost money...but he fulfilled his dream, and he got a standing ovation at Radio City Music Hall.