As we gear up for a marathon of holiday parties, I wanted to share a few photos from recent gigs. And a video too! Woohoo. Our duo, Overnite Oats, played an autumn-tastic event for german shepherd rescue pups and their humans. It was wonderful seeing all the gorgeous dogs roaming around and my favorite prize won was for “Wiggliest Butt”
When we saw the giant inflatable fire hydrant, we just had to get a photo in front of it!
I mentioned our gig at Mother’s Tavern in Seal Beach on my previous post; here is a video of us performing “I’ve Just Seen a Face”
We had a lot of fun at this one. I have at least one more video of us from this night that I’ll hopefully get my hands on soon. If you haven’t subscribed to my youtube channel yet, please do so! I’ve been saying this for the past year, but I truly am about to post tons of new content and consistent weekly videos ranging from playlists to suit each mood to vocal advice. Look out for all this come February of next year!
In early October we had the opportunity to play a wedding in the redwood forest of northern California! The bride and groom got married in a circle of redwoods, which was breathtaking to say the least. We had a lot of fun playing the ceremony and then leading guests over to cocktail hour in a “second line” singing Boubon Street Parade with kazoo and all. Here are a few little pics from that magical day.
Ain’t Gordon cute?
On another special day recently, my brother renewed wedding vows with his amazing wife Leanne. It was also their 10 year wedding anniversary. They got married in Central Park at Bethesda Terrace where I sang Danke Schoen acapella.
This time around I had some accompaniment with Gordon on guitar. The love birds:
Finally, I’ve been keeping busy with weekly performances at an upscale senior living home in LA. I enjoy it because I get to sing all the old songs I love (I’m talking 1920s old) to an audience that remembers and appreciates the music. These are my people! I was the featured performer in October and here’s the poster to prove it.
Enriching lives all over Southern California. Since I started this post 24 hours ago, I’ve already booked a few jazz and holiday parties, so I’m bracing myself for the wonderful business that December will bring! I’m so grateful to be doing what I love most in this world— singing. Thank you to everyone who supports me and appreciates the work I do. I will work so hard to give you new music, videos, and live performances very soon!
Love love love,