Martin dale band & singers - reflections of abba

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Nad was born in the USA but raised in Sweden by his grand parents. He began playing the piano at the age of four and started composing almost immediately. His first performance at age eight ended very suddenly with Nad fainting over the keys from sheer nervousness... a great way to start!

On November 11, 2011, band member Sammy Shelor was awarded the Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Bluegrass and Banjo. [2] Shelor was presented with the award on the Late Show with David Letterman . Following the presentation of the award, Steve Martin performed with the Lonesome River Band.

I became a Christian soon after high school. I was voracious for powerful, truth-driven, anointed Jesus music. While I happily discovered wonderful older songs by Love Song, Chuck Girard, Phil Keaggy, Kelly Willard, Nancy Honeytree, Don Francisco, Dogwood, and others; the newer music of Keith Green, Harvest, Twila Paris, Dallas Holm, 2nd Chapter of Acts, and others provided rocket fuel for my newfound devotion to Christ. Thank you, Harvest — everyone who made it happen — and especially you songwriters and singers, Jerry and Ed. Your music was such a God-given blessing to me that words can’t express it. Thank you.

In March 2008, Dale replaced Peter Davison in the lead role of King Arthur in the London West End production of Monty Python 's Spamalot at the Palace Theatre. [17] He accepted the role because he was a fan of Monty Python and considered that "life's too short" for him to have turned down a West End part. [4] Although he has seen all of the shows and the other films, Dale had never seen Monty Python and the Holy Grail (from which Spamalot is "lovingly ripped off") and had to buy a copy to prepare for the role. [2] It was not his first experience in musical theatre because he appeared in a 1984 Australian production of Applause , but Dale found the comic timing of the part to be the hardest task. "On stage, the battle is to find all of the humorous moments and not skip over them. [...] There's an art to Python humour and I'm aiming to try and get every single joke just right." [2] He was succeeded in the role by Sanjeev Bhaskar on 23 June 2008. [18]

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Wed 1/24: SPAFFORD Spafford headlines the Wonder Bar on Wed., Jan. 24. Doors at 7 pm. Tickets are $17 in advance, $20 at the door (plus applicable surcharges).

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