Happy Spring, 2016

Posted By on April 16, 2016 in Uncategorized |

Hello all and Yahoo – it’s Spring!

Had a busy winter with our Carpenters’ shows, Merry Christmas Darling: Carpenters’ Christmas for the holiday season and since the new year we’ve been back out with  We’ve Only Just Begun: Carpenters Remembered. As always we have the chance to meet the wonderful Carpenters’ fans and in many of the cities we visit, we are able to reconnect with family and old friends. We’ve been so lucky to play such beautiful theaters and casino showrooms – all with great teams, committed to bringing quality shows to their audiences.

Since my last post we made it back to some of our favorites: Nelson Hall at Elim Park, Mohegan Sun, the Macomb Center, and the Suncoast Casino in Las Vegas. We finally cracked the fantastic Florida market with shows at Lynn University, South Florida State College, the Sunrise Theatre, and Alhambra Theatre. We got the chance to play some new venues: The Beacon Theatre in Virginia, Star Plaza in Indiana, the Tri-State Concert Association in Maryland, the gorgeous Omni Grove Park Inn in North Carolina, Valentine’s weekend at the Stoneham Theatre in Massachusetts, and most recently Bucks County Playhouse in Pennsylvania. It is a privilege to do what we do and we LOVE IT!

We’ve got some nice dates coming in for the rest of the year and into 2017. Some exciting announcements to come so stay tuned! We’re always grateful when people mention us to their local theaters and venues. Every little bit helps to spread the word about our shows – thank you.

Our CD has been getting such a wonderful response, not only from our fans but from music business types too. You can order it here: CDBaby and it is also available on other sites like Amazon and iTunes.

I had the thrill to sing the Canadian and U.S. National Anthems on April 8th at the Mohegan Sun for the Lacrosse game between the Saskatchewan Rush and the New England Black Wolves. It was a thrill and an honor to sing the anthem of my home country and my adopted country with Saskatchewan in the house. Thanks to Joe Soper and Brad Campbell for making that happen.

Next stop Washington State and the Numerica Performing Arts Center. It will be my first time in that state – I’m getting close to having made it to all 50. Hope our paths cross soon!