The Navy wants you on Dec. 15th!
It is time to purchase your tickets for The Annual Navy Holiday Dinner, Concert and visit with Santa at Battleship Cover which is being held aboard the U.S.S. Massachusetts.
The evening's theme is 1940's Christmas and Colette will be performing all the songs you know and love, accompanied by Mike Doyle on Jazz guitar, for pizzazz!
Public welcome! If you can not attend, consider buying a ticket to donate to a Veteran.
Contact Battleship Cover, Fall River, MA. for tickets and information.
Image: U.S.S. Massachusetts Ward Room, all decked out for Navy Christmas.
P.S., There is a free music download gift from Colette on her "Music" page. God Rest Ye-Mary Did You Know, Medley, arrangement and alto vocals by Colette, Tenor vocals and guitar by Mike Doyle, Baritone vocals by Dylan Reid. Thank you for sharing your time and wishing you all the best.
UNESCO, a film project & the U.N.
Colette has accepted an invitation from Ambassadors of United States Federation of UNESCO Clubs and Associations to become part of a collective humanitarian project called ONE LITTLE FINGER. This is a feature film with a theme of Ability in Disability.
The project is supported by many international organizations including UNESCO Center for Peace, Human Rights organizations, World Genesis Foundation, celebrities and artists from around the world. The film will be premiered at the United Nations. Previous projects have received acclamation with top awards and charted #1 on Billboard.
Colette has submitted her recording of an uplifting motivational piece that she wrote encouraging personal empowerment and humanitarian effort. Her piece will be included along with pieces written and recorded by Dan Aykroyd, Julian Lennon, Kathy Sledge, Alan White, Geoff Downs, John Wetton, Patrick Moraz, Annie Haslam, Janis Ian, Martin Barre, Colin Andrews, Lillias White, and many others!
One Little Finger is now in post-production for release in 2019. Updates will be posted.
Legendary Guitarist Peter Frampton to Receive
Les Paul Innovation Award at 34th Annual NAMM TEC Awards
As promised, this is new NAMM news just released today 12/6/18
Would you like to come see Peter Frampton receive the Les Paul Innovation Award?
Peter Frampton, who has just returned from a tour with The Steve Miller Ban will be honored with the Les Paul Innovation Award, as part of the NAMM TEC Awards, happening 1/26 in Anaheim, CA.
FYI: The Awards show is open to the public and now you have the jump on ticket sales!
Tickets can be purchased in advance for $65 (General Admission) or $195 (VIP)
Follow this link for tickets: https://www.tecawards.org/
Women in Music, Gathering
Our next meeting will be held on Dec. 15th at Linda Mark's lovely Music Salon.
On the agenda, as always, is a great Q & A with members so that we can all learn more about the real struggles and victories our Women in Music are working through.
We always bring something wonderful to share buffet style.
And we will discuss pre-planning for our April 6th. Women in Music Gathering Benefit Concert for Buddy Dog Humane Society. (see show schedule for details)
Some of our members chose not to perform, which is great because every singer-songwriter adds value to our developing powerhouse association. Think of it as a sort of Rotary Club but only for Women in Music.
Then we end by each sharing a song. There, now you know what one of our meetings is like! Want to join? Connect, with a message, on Colette's contact page and let's chat!
Worldwide Music Day 2019 Planning:
#WWMD, year 4 and a new album from Colette happening on June 21st!
So far Colette has booked: Ken Selcer, Mike Doyle, Linda Marks and Mara Bettencourt and there will be many more to come!
Colette O’Connor’s album – I Think I Am – Voted in the top 15 CD's of the Year 2016. Nominated CD of the Year, Pulse Magazine and Worcester Music Awards.
Colette is a visionary who sings because she must and because she does, all who hear her are filled with light and wonder. - Debra Andersen, Radio Programmer/Host "The Wimmin's Show" KZUM 89.3 FM-HD, Lincoln NE.
On "Ground to Dust" THIS is a real thinking persons song. There is deep, deep meaning here. Almost like an Al Stewart song: just when you think you've found the center, there lies yet another layer. - Daniel Stratton, The Wanderer, Independent Radio Host
I Think I AM is an exemplar of what good acoustic music should be in this time of same-sounding pop hits. Her original songs—from the pragmatically philosophic title track to the delightful story of the “People on the Porch”—resonate with both joy and insight, and deliver a pleasing vocal style combined with some outstanding musicianship. There are sixteen tracks in all, and every one is fashioned with both warmth and wit, evoking the poetic spirit of this talented artist. Songs like “Penny in the Pond,” “Been There Done That,” “Hide and Seek,” “Huckleberry Finn,” and the rest are worth listening to again and again. As a songwriter, O’Connor deftly crafts words, matches them with original melodies, and then infuses them with her own personality, creating something very special. -Nick Noble, host of THE FOLK REVIVAL on NPR station, WICN (Worcester Public Radio).
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