Wednesday, February 28, 2018
All the Way
The Dallas/DFW hospitality scene is moving forward in some delightful ways.
Many companies are moving here, bringing with them people from all over the country.
It’s been a nice vacation, but this California Girl can’t resist the lure of the industry I love.
I don’t have any dancing elephants, bounce houses or ballerinas in cages to offer (sorry ’bout that!) — but when it comes to matching musical talent to upscale situations, nobody does it better. Country clubs, restaurants, hotels: bring it on!
Want to become a real — and nationally known — jazz venue?
I know how to make that happen.
Whether entertaining — or providing entertainment — nothing gives me more pleasure than conceptualizing and actualizing the magic of live music.
Live music, done right.
Not loud music — or “whatever” music.
Music that brings the personality of a venue or event into sharp focus, and provides a pink cloud for people to float on.
To make memories.
And help promote your business.
It can be a lot of music, but a little is fine, too.
Sometimes less is more.
Example: My rubato (out of tempo) duet with the great guitarist Al Viola, who is on pretty much everything Frank Sinatra recorded for more… Read the full story »
Monday, February 8, 2016
Lou Delmonico, one of the original founders of Southern California’s Orange County Performing Arts Center, celebrated his seventy-fifth birthday recently.
Lou sits on many arts-related boards; his love of opera and chorale music is legendary.
He’s also a great fan of classic jazz, the kind you… Read the full story »
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