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  1. I know you've had to cancel entertainers coming in, but we all know how important music and entertainment is for well being as well as a distraction. For that reason I have started a video series that will be available each week until we know what's going on with the virus. Each video series is me performing a concert for your residents online with fun backdrops and pictures. Each video is 45 minutes and you can watch them multiple times--there are no watch limits. New videos are added each Monday to keep variety in your entertainment. These videos series will be $50 each and available to you through a private link to YouTube that will be sent directly to you. I'm hoping this can help during this unusual time. We can share this with communities all over the United States, so let's share the joy! While the video series is Private and only for those that order, you can view a short video sample here https://youtu.be/0ukHDj520XY Jennifer Gilmore www.JenniferGilmoreSings.com YouTube.com/JenniferGilmoreSing 863-412-6697 --
  2. Rob Sings for You remotely from Michigan! Hey Everyone, I am available at robcrozier123@gmail.com to offer live streams directly to whatever platform that we can configure together. I will say that Facebook works well. I can also do FaceTime or Skype. I offer a nice Sing a Long video (click for a sample of the actual video) to all of you on a sliding scale. I have recently posted a good quality St. Pat's concert for free. This was prerecorded and produced a little. Bio: Rob Crozier is a multi-instrumentalist performing throughout South East Michigan. Rob holds a BFA for Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation in Double Bass from University of Michigan. His teachers include Robert Hurst, Diana Gannett, David Friesen and Rufus Reid. Mr. Crozier’s twenty year musical career has included sharing bills with rock groups like Blues Traveler and Credence Clearwater Revisted, and jazz greats like Perry Robinson and Tony Malaby. Rob is the leader of “The Rob Crozier Ensemble” where he composes, plays jazz bass, didjeridoo and ethnic percussion. This ensemble tours the midwest as a featured artist in various festivals in support of his second CD, “Ocean Blue”. In addition to upright bass, Rob is sought after in Michigan as an electric bassist and plays with ensembles with styles such as Americana, folk, rock, pop, cajun, African and Celtic. He also performs regularly a “solo act” where he sings, plays guitarist, and harmonica. Mr. Crozier also actively performs and records with many exotic instruments such as didjeridoo, mbira, ethnic hand drums, For many years he was the curator of the live radio show, “Music is Freedom” on WCBN 88.3FM (U of Michigan radio) where his groups performed long, uninterrupted sets of improvised music. Rob is a main component of Nessa, where he helps Kelly arrange the ballads of the U.K. Here is a partial songlist: Take it Easy Old Time Rock n Roll Something Can't Buy Me Love Sixteen Tons Tiny Bubbles New York, New York Night and Day Ain't She Sweet All of Me All I Have to Do is Dream Amazing Grace Bye Bye Blackbird Clementine Crazy (Willie Nelson) Danny Boy Don't Fence Me In Down by the Riverside Five Foot Two Fly Me To the Moon Hey Good Lookin' Hound Dog A Four Leafed Clover I Saw the Light I've Been Workin' on the Railroad I've Got You Under My Skin Irish Lullabye Just a Closer Walk with Thee Kansas City Blues L.O.V.E. Oh Lady Be Good On the Sunny Side of the Street Ring of Fire Summertime Sweet Caroline Sweet Child Of Mine Take it Easy (Eagles) Tennessee Waltz When the Saints Go Marching In You Are My Sunshine
  3. The harp makes a lovely addition to your entertainment needs. Harp music creates an atmosphere for many Occasions, leaves an impression and makes an event memorable. It adds an elegant touch and enhances the mood of the occasion. Rebecca performs a variety of free-lance engagements, has a wide variety of selections from classical to popular music, and is available for all types of functions, indoor or outdoor. She performs as a soloist or with other instrumentalists. The harp is especially appropriate for weddings, cocktail hours, receptions, dinners, parties, casual entertainment, corporate events, openings, showers, anniversaries/birthdays, memorial services/funerals and all holidays. Rebecca will provide music in the style to fit the occasion. Rebecca Swett Fairfield, Connecticut (475) 888-9604 harpist4all@gmail.com http://harpist4all.com
  4. Does anyone know someone who is available thusrday Nov. 17th for an activity Ideally $60/ hr or less. Anyone that sings or plays piano or guitar. Please let me know
  5. Who is your all time fovorite singer? Mine is George Michael.
  6. THERAPEUTIC MUSIC CDS FALL SALE These 3 music CDs are recommended for : Activity Directors, Nursing, Medical/Physician, Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, Religion/Pastoral Care, Hospice, Gerontology, Social Work, Alternative Therapies, Massage Therapy, Music Therapy, Funeral Services, End-of-Life education, and more! Tranquility-Harp for the Soul- Recommended for meditation, relaxation, sleep. Excellent for Alzheimers/Dementia residents. Improvised, soothing melodies on the therapy harp. All CDs performed by a well known Music Thanatologist. SALE PRICE FOR ALL 3 CDs- $30 (A savings of $20!) FREE S/H! FREE BOOK WITH ORDER! Send Check, Money Order, (Purchase order to goodendings@msn.com) (We dont take credit cards)to: Donalyn Gross, Ph.D., LCSW, CMP 189 Porter Lake Drive Springfield, MA 01106 413-733-8592 (Formerly of Cinnabar Press, P.O. Box 60501, Longmeadow, MA 01116)
  7. My name is Michael Charles Smith and I play solo classical marimba! I play every thing from Bach to Jazz, and from Ray Charles to Radiohead. I mostly pay special events, but my favorite audiences are seniors at assisted living communities! I have been playing at some assisted living communities in Portland Oregon and always get a wonderful response, but its been hard to get a hold of most activity directors unless I physically hunt them down and show them a video of my playing. I would love any advise on how to reach a greater number of activity directors to market my talents! Thanks for you help! <www.michaelcharlessmith.com>
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