Well, no new shows on the schedule, but the first one is this Saturday!
I’ll be performing with Beethoven’s Wig in Torrance on November 14:
Torrance Cultural Arts Center
The conductor is Frank Fetta, who has lead many orchestras in Southern California and Nevada. I’m looking forward to finally working with him.
Sixth Wave is back at the Coffee Gallery in Altadena on Tuesday, December 15 along with the a cappella quartet Just 4 Kicks! We’ll be doing our randomized set list again, which was a big hit with our audience last time and a great way to do a relaxed, intimate show. At the end, each of us in both groups will open a sealed envelope to reveal a top secret arrangement by Randy Crenshaw that we will all sightread and improvise on together! I can’t wait!
I’m in the a cappella off-camera bumpers on the TV show “Glee!” , and have, with fellow session singer John West, published a new guidebook on how to be a session singer in Hollywood: Get it (or a free sample chapter).
I got to do a wild, crazy, big-production live show recently, and here are some fun photos from what turned out to be an incredible experience!
9 of us were upstage center on this platform:
It felt kinda like this:
Here’s my view of the back stage area from my music stand:
The conductor there is Bob Krogstad, who also did the arrangements for this monumental tribute to Hollywood that we performed.
Sandi Patty was one of the several amazing performers, and the one we all got to really meet. Others who graced the stage to speak or sing were Gladys Knight, Peabo Bryson, Debbie Reynolds, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, along with dozens of dancers and a full orchestra. What a treat! This was all for the 25th Anniversary celebration of the Nuskin company.