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5 Towers Show Recap

Happy Christmas! Happy Hanukkah!

What a way to ring in the holiday season with CityWalk's Holiday 2012 festivities. I had a blast last night performing for somewhere between 500 and 700 of my closest friends. The 5 Towers was ablaze with Christmas lights, 15 foot tall tin soldiers, giant gift boxes and THE INIMITABLES! I love my band (Kevin Jarvis, Evie Sands, Teresa Cowles & Adam Marsland). They were on point, even as temps dipped into the 50's; the crowd was equally energized and you all sang along beautifully.

It's great to perform on CityWalk to see all of the different ages and faces that might not otherwise experience a club show. That aspect is really cool. Speaking of singing along; She's My Go-To continues to be a truly interactive joint. My favorite part of the show was digging into Your Majestic Rejection. If I could go back in time to be a part of a Motown Revue...

I speak for the band when I tell you that the sound was dialed-in. No real surprise, the crew at 5 Towers is super. Adam Beesley gave us a rousing introduction and the crowd gave us a great reception. If you took pictures or video, please post it and tag me! Thanks to my new fans who tweeted out pictures. You all rock.

I look forward to seeing even more of you in 2013. The record will be getting a renewed promotional push in February, so watch out.

Don't forget ON THE REBOUND makes a great gift for the holidays! If you want to send an autographed copy of the CD to a friend or loved one, please contact me before Dec. 17 to guarantee a Christmas delivery!

Here's the set list: 

So Sophisticated 
Saffron Dancer 
A Talent For Loving
Airport Kisses
Supermodels With Gatling Guns
Huckleberry Finn
Your Majestic Rejection  
She's My Go-To 
On The Rebound 
A Miracle Is On The Way

Peace & Love!

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