In this May 11, 2015 photo, Al Karp, right, and wife Saundra, pose in front of their home in North Miami Beach, Fla. The Karps, along with their son, Larry, perform old standards locally as the Karp Family band to ease stress and help raise money to save their home from foreclosure.
In this May 11, 2015 photo, Al Karp, right, and wife Saundra, pose in front of their home in North Miami Beach, Fla. The Karps, along with their son, Larry, perform old standards locally as the Karp Family band to ease stress and help raise money to save their home from foreclosure. Alan Diaz AP
In this May 11, 2015 photo, Al Karp, right, and wife Saundra, pose in front of their home in North Miami Beach, Fla. The Karps, along with their son, Larry, perform old standards locally as the Karp Family band to ease stress and help raise money to save their home from foreclosure. Alan Diaz AP

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