Posted tagged ‘singing’

July, yes, a time for, er, vacations

July 29, 2008

I have no new performances or recording to report this month, but I DID climb to the summit of Mt. Shasta!

I’ll be posting a full account in my geocaching blog: http://emcofnorthridge.wordpress.com

Next month, things should be picking up, and I’ll have more actual singing stuff to tell you about!

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May, looking ahead at a quiet summer

May 22, 2008

I have nothing new to report in the near future, but my trip to Canada and Virginia with Sixth Wave and Beethoven’s Wig was a wild and fun trip!

On June 6, Cindy Bourquin and I sing back up for Amy Engleheart of the Bobs for her CD release party at mbar in the Los Angeles area.

Look for the newest Sixth Wave CD in August!

I look forward to seeing you in my audience soon….

March, a quiet month this year

March 18, 2008

My session work has been slow this month, possibly due to the earlier writers’ strike. The lack flow of productions may have reached the post-production stage when the music is recorded. This could mean a happy pile up of sessions in a couple of months, though.

I did sing nice solos earlier this year on movies that will be out this spring: “Horton Hears a Who” and “Wanted”.

My next performance is with Beethoven’s Wig on April 5 in Artesia, NM, at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center at 7:30pm.

We’ll be recording the 4th CD for Beethoven’s wig in April, then performing in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, on May 4, at the Lewis Family Playhouse at 1pm and 4pm.

Later in May, I have a fun, crazy trip, first to Ottawa to perform with Sixth Wave on the 14th, then to Morristown, NJ, and Charlottesville, VA for concerts with Beethoven’s Wig on the 15th and 16th.

I’ll then take a day off to visit nearby Monticello and Washington, D.C., which should all be gorgeous with spring flowers.

Meanwhile, I look forward to seeing you in my audience sometime.!