Saturday, November 30, 2019

Bye, Bye, Bye November

On the last day of November 2019 heading into the last month of 2019, December I'm feeling somewhat nostalgic. Thus I was thinking about all things that went down this past year and one truth that stood out is: It's Zendaya's world we just live in it.

Think about it, but not too much. She's beautiful, talented, she always slays on the red carpet,  not to mention her career is on fire 🔥

While I had heard of Zendaya it wasn't until her breakout role as Rue Bennett on HBO's Euphoria that she caught my attention. Going forward I was hooked on her/ 

So let's leave November on a up note with visions of Lady Z dancing in our collective heads.

Sweet dreams and just say "No" to bedbugs!!!

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Friday, November 29, 2019

Film Buff Friday: Slaughterhouse-Five

BILLY PILGRIM LIVES - FROM TIME TO TIME TO TIME... Past, present and future collide in darkly satirical fashion in Slaughterhouse-Five! Based on Kurt Vonnegut's classic 1969 novel, this tale of time travel and alien abduction emerged as part of a wave of more cerebral science-fiction films in the late 60s to early 70s, elevating the genre beyond the B-movie fare of previous decades. Upstate New York, 1968. Mild-mannered Billy Pilgrim (Michael Sacks, The Sugarland Express) finds himself "unstuck in time". Traveling back and forth across the entire span of his existence, he experiences key events of his life in a random order, including his formative years, the firebombing of Dresden and finally, at some undefined point in the future, his surreal adventures on a distant planet. Praised by Vonnegut himself for its fidelity to his novel, Slaughterhouse-Five boasts assured direction by George Roy Hill (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid) and a memorable score by renowned concert pianist Glenn Gould. Now exclusively restored in 4K, Slaughterhouse-Five shines like never before, reinforcing its timeless appeal.

Bonus Materials

  • Brand new 4K restoration from the original camera negative, produced by Arrow Video exclusively for this release
  • High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray™ presentation
  • Original lossless mono audio
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • New audio commentary by author and critic Troy Howarth
  • New video appreciation with author and critic Kim Newman
  • Pilgrim's Progress: Playing Slaughterhouse-Five, a new video interview with actor Perry King
  • Only on Earth: Presenting Slaughterhouse-Five, a new video interview with Rocky Lang, son of executive producer Jennings Lang, about the film's distribution
  • Unstuck in Time: Documenting Slaughterhouse-Five, a new video interview with behind-the-scenes filmmaker/producer Robert Crawford, Jr.
  • Eternally Connected: Composing Slaughterhouse-Five, a new video interview with film music historian Daniel Schweiger
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Corey Brickley

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Kurt Vonnegut's compelling source novel about life, war, and faith is turned into a stellar film adaptation in 1972's Slaughterhouse-Five.      —
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Thursday, November 28, 2019

Michael's Musings

Doe Your Mama Know?
Michael Shinafelt
Happy Thanksgiving Minions! If you are a turkey and you get scared, does that make you a chicken?

BTW does your Mama know? 

If it she does hopefully it's with waffles and some Cabernet. I'm packing at present, take that however you want, time to tap Turkey Day!

I taste heaven from my knees, hope you do too!

Here comes the judge! (give it a name)

Einstein Speaking

It's that time of year again when Satan gets letters asking for presents from the dyslexic children

All men are the same! BTW Who told you to try all of them! 

Harry Morton passed at 38, Damn! 

Something I am thankful for is where I have been and where I am going. It's been a long uphill battle. If you hang in there it truly only gets better 😄

Fatal Attraction
Glenn Close & Michael Douglas 
In case you aren't doing turkey this Thanksgiving, try rabbit stew...

Kiss it goodbye, you ain't ever gonna get it again

Tease it to Heaven, spray it to Hell 

Time to get your Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on! 

Woman Crush of the Week -Tina Turner just turned 80, Hail Queen!

"I am 100 percent sure that people who re-tweet their own tweets have also attempted to suck their own dick" - I 100% agree Whitney Cummings

Grab your booze and let's celebrate Thanksgiving!

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Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Hump Day & Chill - Tom Connan

Multi-Faceted artist Tom Connan has just released a remix of his song "Chaos" which tackles the subject of drug addiction in a very direct and realistic manner. I just had to know what inspired Tom to "go there" so without further adieu let's Hump Day & Chill with Tom Connan!

MSI love your song Chaos, obviously it resonates with many others as you did a "Black Mix" of it and a whole new video. What made you decide to do a song addressing drug addiction?

TC: I wanted to make a song addressing drugs because several friends of mine fell into that trap, went to rehab etc. It's a horrible phenomenon which is also closely linked to everyone's personal history. Nobody takes cocaine or things like that just because it's "fun". I see a lot of people feeling depressed and trying to escape with drugs. To my own point of view, I think our modern society creates a lot of psychological frustration which sometimes become a real pathology. It's not exactly the same as alcohol, even if it's also some kind of drug, after all. But with cocaine, or heroin, people are looking for something new, some brutal effect in order to erase their negative thoughts. Except it doesn't work. However, I have a lot of empathy for drug addicts as life can sometimes be a very sad and tough experience.

MS: Requiem For A Dream is one of my favorite films. I am guessing you have seen it based on the video. What are your thoughts on it?

TC: I love Requiem For A Dream and I'm very happy that you mention it. I was a child when I first saw it, but then I saw it again a few years ago and I was absolutely fascinated. Not only because it's so realistic, but also because it has this ability to grab you and force you to see what you don't want to see. I think this is precisely where cinema is the best among any other arts. With the combination of music and images, you can't help but looking at it and being focused. Of course normal people feel bad when they see that kind of movie, but sometimes we need to see embarrassing things to increase our awareness about something. I enjoy feeling embarrassed. All the time we watch stupid shows and stupid ads on TV, and it's easy for the mind. With movies like Requiem For A Dream, or Fight Club, or Eyes Wide Shut, we really learn something and become someone new -at some level.

MS: While you show plenty of skin in the re-mix video, you showed a little more in the video for the single. Why did you decide to leave your booty out this time?

TC: Lol, I don't want to show that booty too often. More seriously, this new video was something like the "dark" side of the first one. With the original video, I was trying to show the recreational aspect of taking drugs, which is obvious for everyone. With this second one, I wanted to describe how it can evolve. I have the feeling that in any phenomenon, we can find a "positive" and a "negative" side -we all know that-, but also that we can't delete one part for the other. You can't have the positive if you don't want to take the risk associated with it. If you want to have fun, you have to accept that, at some point, you can put your life at risk. It's the same in love affairs. Love can be a fantastic experience, but when it ends -which happens quite often- it can drive you nuts, so nuts that you want to kill yourself. Love is dangerous, drugs are dangerous, life is inherently dangerous.

MS: Your look in the video is very reminiscent of David Bowie in The Man Who Fell To Earth. Especially when you are shirtless, am I on to something?

TC: Honestly I don't know very much of David Bowie, I was more into singers like Michael Jackson (or even Marilyn Manson). That said, I'm a big fan of transgender and genderfluid pop icons like Bowie, Cher or Prince. Playing with feminine and masculine sides of the human body is so interesting. My own body changed quite a lot the last few years, and I enjoyed all the different levels, if I can say so. We only live once, for me, we need to experience different versions of ourselves. French poet Arthur Rimbaud said something like that in the 19th century.

MS: I love that Tom Connan has gotten freer and more out there creatively.

TC: I think you're totally right about the "freer" person I became. Back a few years ago, I was obsessed with other people's opinion. Now, I just don't give a fuck. My work is not understood by everybody, including in my family, and I think that's good. If you follow what your parents or your brothers want you to do, you'll never achieve your dream. We need to stick to our own model, that nobody can copy. There are tons of singers and artists out there, I don't want to look like them. I want to express my personal, and radical freedom. Otherwise it's absolutely useless.

MS: Spill about your other ventures outside the music world.

TC: The last two years I worked a lot on other ventures outside the music world, I changed the project name many times, and I finally decided to simply choose one name for every division of the brand: Connan. That's simple, that's neutral, that's honest -it's my real last name- and there's no confusion with my full artist name. It's currently a website ( when you'll soon be able to find different cultural products: music (not only mine), tv, books, fashion and art. I'm currently working with other artists for the music division, as well as authors for the publishing division. It's super exciting as I'm working on several levels at the same time: my next novel will be published by a well-known French publisher called Albin Michel, but I will also publish myself other authors as an entrepreneur. It's great to have this opportunity to work as an author as well as a publisher. The best is yet to come. 

MS: If you could be any famous person fictional or not, who would you be?

TC: I'd love to be Tyler Durden, that Fight Club character played by Brad Pitt. He's gorgeous, he's radical, he's clever, he wants to revolt against society. That's a role model for me. No joke.

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Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Apprentice To Murder

Not to be confused with "Redrum"

WAS IT MAGIC, MURDER, OR MADNESS? In early twentieth-century Pennsylvania Dutch Country, young Billy Kelly (Chad Lowe, Highway to Hell) falls in with a charismatic "powwower" or folk magic healer, Dr. John Reese (Donald Sutherland, Don't Look Now), shunned by the rest of the community for his non-conformist beliefs. Together, they investigate the mysterious sickness that is blighting the area, which Reese believes to be the work of a sinister local hermit. But as the plague spreads and the wide-eyed Billy falls ever deeper under Reese's spell, are they doing God's work or the Devil's bidding? Also starring Mia Sara (Legend) and featuring a powerhouse performance by Donald Sutherland - reunited here with Don't Look Now screenwriter Allan Scott - Apprentice to Murder is a chilling and unforgettable tale of the macabre that blurs the lines between conventional notions of "good" and "evil".

Bonus Materials

  • Brand new 2K restoration of the film from the original 35mm interpositive
  • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
  • Original lossless mono soundtrack
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • New audio commentary by author and critic Bryan Reesman
  • New video interview on religious horror cinema with Kat Ellinger, author and editor-in-chief of Diabolique Magazine
  • New video interview with cinematographer Kelvin Pike
  • New video interview with makeup supervisor Robin Grantham
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Haunt Love

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Monday, November 25, 2019

Monday Motivation

Please Sir, I Want Some More
Red Wine

"Red red wine, It's up to you, All I can do, I've done" Red Red Wine, UB40

Guess what's happening now minions? Red, red wine of the Cabernet Sauvignon kind is what my Monday Motivation is. 

Hey, motivation is a mysterious thing, it can take on many forms, so sit right back and you'll hear a tale...

"Yes" red wine is my end game for Monday as I am having it with cheese and crackers as a little before Thanksgiving celebration with a friend tonight.

Any questions? I thought not, now carry on, that's all.

Say Cheese! 😺

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Sunday, November 24, 2019

Come On Get Happy!

Happiness Is...
"Hello world, here's a song that we're singin', C'mon get happy, A whole lotta lovin' is what we'll be bringin', We'll make you happy" - Come On Get Happy, The Partridge Family 

Today I am channeling Lizzo celebrating her sister's Birthday from the happiest place on earth, Disneyland! I was there just two weeks ago and had a grand time, and "Yes" like Lizzo, I got happy!

With all the strife going on in the world around us, please remember to do the one thing that counts most, make yourself and others smile, everyone, smiles.

It doesn't cost a thing and it feels good for all parties involved. Lizzo personally makes me smile every time I see her do anything. Thus I hereby decree Lizzo the mascot for getting happy.

Enjoy your day 100% minions...!

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Saturday, November 23, 2019

"Hardcore 81"

D.O.A.'s "Hardcore 81" Receives 2019 
Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize Designation 

The Polaris Music Prize has announced D.O.A.'s Hardcore 81 and Oscar Peterson Trio's Night Train albums have received 2019 Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize designation.
D.O.A.'s genre-defining hardcore punk album from 1981 was chosen over 11 other nominated albums in the Re:Sound-supported Heritage Prize public voting category, which ran this year from September 17 to October 18. This marks the first time a British Columbia artist has won the Heritage Prize. The Oscar Peterson Trio's 1963 album by the legendary jazz pianist was selected by a 10- member Polaris Heritage Prize jury made up of music media and historians.
"Congratulations to these two winning artists. You've created important memorable recordings that have had a lasting impact on the musical landscape. I have tremendous appreciation for the work that has gone into creating these timeless albums," said Gary Slaight, President and CEO of Slaight Communications.
The winners appreciated that these albums remain so relevant with the jury and the public decades after their initial releases.
"It's pretty cool for D.O.A. and our fans to have Hardcore 81 recognized by Polaris. When it was released, we never realized that this album would give birth to the hardcore music genre and make an impact around the world," said D.O.A.'s Joey 'Shithead' Keithley. "So this is an amazing moment for us." 

D.O.A. and the Oscar Peterson Trio now join a list of past Heritage Prize winners which include the likes of Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Alanis Morissette, Peaches, Glenn Gould, Dream Warriors and Harmonium.

"Re:Sound is proud to sponsor the Polaris Heritage Prize for the third consecutive year," said Ian MacKay, Re:Sound's president. "By spanning numerous decades and musical genres and incorporating both the jury and the public's selections, we see winners who reflect Canada's diverse and dynamic musical history. The shortlist and winners reinforce why we do the work we do to help build a thriving and sustainable music industry in Canada." 

Like the Polaris Music Prize, winners and nominees for the Heritage Prize are Canadian albums of the artistic distinction, without regard to musical genre or commercial popularity. This is the Polaris version of a hall of fame where we try to determine who would have been nominated or won the Prize before it began in 2006.
The Office of Gilbert Li, who curated the 2019 Polaris Music Prize posters and the posters for the 2018 Heritage Prize winners, will once again select the visual artists who'll pay tribute to the two winning records in the form of Polaris Posters.
The 2019 Polaris Heritage Prize jury included Stephen Cooke, Del Cowie, Francella Fiallos, Stuart Henderson, Bob Klanac, Valerie Lessard, Trevor Risk, Tabbasum Siddiqui and Andrea Warner. Mary Dickie was the jury foreperson.

Ya Hey! D.O.A. - Forty years and going strong

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Friday, November 22, 2019

Freaky Friday

Walk Like A Ballerina
Harry Styles
Look up on the stage: It's a peacock! It's a beach umbrella! No, it's Harry Styles in a pink tutu! Well it's Harry Styles in a pink tutu hosting Saturday Night Live to be exact. Thus bringing you the Freaky Friday moment you never know you needed, but did.

Now when someone says you have "Nice long legs" you can produce this photo and confidently state "Well it's not Harry Styles in a pink tutu bending and pointing his toes nice long legs, but I'll take it!"

That's the beauty of things like this, you can assign any narrative you choose to them 😉

For the record Styles does have nice long gams. Being built stocky I will never know the joy of having my legs being complimented as nice and long. They do get compliments though, for being nice or hot, depending on who is giving the adulation and why (if you get my drift, and I think you do.)

So get Freaky with Harry this Friday, you know you want to, I know I do!

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Thursday, November 21, 2019

Michael's Musings

I Don't Know About You, But I'm Feeling Dirty
Michael Shinafelt
"You got me lookin' up high, You got me searchin' down low, You got me, I know you knowYou got me jerkin' back 'n' forth" - Devo "Jerkin Back and Forth" 

We're the kids in America and we are so totally being jerked back and forth. I dunno, how you feel. But I feel like it's time for a MotherF#cking revolution

Damn! did you catch all the classic song references I made to my Current Mood? It's time to hit it!!!

Don't want no more of The Crying Game - seriously

This factory ain't about to be shut down

Jump Back!!! 

I am not a killer, I bring American Men the brides they want

BTW if it hadn't been for those bones

Lizzo Grammy nominated for Truth Hurts. One of my favorite songs of the year - get it!

"God has the most toxic fan base" - Satan

Shout out to Donald Trump I heard my Grandmother say: "Stupid MotherF#cker" for the first time

Woman Crush of the Week - my friend Naama Kates for her Podcast The Incel Project follow it here:

"The human race is at 2% on Rotten Tomatoes" - God

What's my nightmare? Things that make you go hmmmmmmm....I'm too decisive for that!

People Have The Power

What about you? Seriously from the bottom of my...he told me to ask (think about it, but not too much)

Jennifer Lopez claims she co-starred in and produced Hustlers for free. Please she doesn't even wake up for less than ten grand a day. More power to her!

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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Hump Day & Chill

Now Apocalypse
Avan Jogia
Did any of you happen to catch Now Apocalypse on STARZ? It's by one of my favorite auteur's Gregg Araki. The show is really a return to the type of filmmaking he first hit the scene with the likes of Living End & Nowhere, but with more maturity and sophistication in the way the material is handled. In other words is awesome!

Thus today I bring you one of it's hunky stars to Hump Day & Chill to, Avan Jogia who plays Ulysses on said show. Of course I discovered his unveiling on while watching it first, then came across a write up on him and his skin baring ways on Tye Briggs Favorite Hunks & Other Things. Tye is such an expert at sleuthing out Actors and Skin, nobody does it better!

So what are you waiting for? Click on the link below and get to Tye's prose and your Hump Day & Chill fun! 

I commando you (no that is not a typo, if you don't get what I am insinuating, think about it, but not too much. Just get to it minions!

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

It's About The Coffee

Must Have Caffeine
Evan Peters & Halsey
While trying to focus and get my body in motion this morning all I can think about is how much I would love some coffee

Seeing this photo of Evan Peters and Halsey hitting a Starbucks in Burbank, CA isn't helping matters much, "Yes" it's making me want some coffee even more, duh!

So if you thought I was going to address the Halsey pregnancy rumor when you saw this pic in today's post, you thought wrong. She is or she isn't either way who cares.

For me, myself and I, it's all about the coffee.

I'm gonna head out and get me some, right now...Ciao!

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Monday, November 18, 2019

Monday Motivation

You'd Better Werk!
John Cena
Getting back into working out and the shape I was in before being laid up for three months post bunion surgery has been one of the hardest things I have ever done. Hey people I am almost fifty four, but I have been progressing and will get there.

Thus today I am her to motivate you, and myself with John Cena. Not only is he a poster child for fitness he is also a cool human being.

While I don't feel the need to get to the place Mr. Cena is body wise, I most definitely would like the ab definition I had before the lay up to reappear, as well as bigger biceps which I am working diligently on.

So John I know it is a heavy cross to bear but you are crowned today's King of Monday Motivation.

You've got this Cena!

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Sunday, November 17, 2019

Holy Turquoise!

The X-Factor
Celine Dion

Whilst I am not really a fan of Celine Dion's I have to say while surfing the WWW this turquoise number made my jaw drop and a "Wow" fell out!

Seriously this is one stand out, super amazing, eye catching, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious ensemble.

Wanna tussle about that? I dare ya, you'll lose!

Imagine catching a real time glimpse of the this as Celine strutted down the streets of NYC where she was spotted in this outfit. I said imagine it, are you? Imagine it and imagine it now! Thank You.

Thus today's secret word is: Turquoise (duh)

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Saturday, November 16, 2019

"Born In The Bronx"

Handsome Dick Manitoba releases his first solo album, 
"Born In The Bronx" 

Available Now via MVD Entertainment Group

Handsome Dick Manitoba was the leader of the NYC punk group "The Dictators" starting in 1975. The group went through a series of break ups and name changes but always with Manitoba as front man. This is his first solo release and is backed by a lineup of stellar musicians including P.F. Sloan, Michael Shrieve, Simon Kirke and others. Sloan backs him here on his opus "Eve of Destruction" playing harmonica, guitar and on background vocals. 

He was also an on air DJ on Sirius / XM for 14 years, being recognized by The Village Voice as "Best Satellite Radio DJ" in 2005. Manitoba was also lead singer for MC5 starting in 2005, after the death of lead singer Rob Tyner and remained in that capacity until they disbanded after the death of bassist Michael Davis in 2012. 

Manitoba now has a podcast called "You Don't Know Dick"...and the best is yet to come!

Producer / Co-writer Jon Tiven says: 

"We wanted to make a record that was contemporary punk 'n' roll with a love for the sound of our early heroes like Wynonie Harris, Bert Berns, and the Beach Boys. I brought in a few of my Nashville friends to play and sing on it----Buddy Miller, Harry Stinson, Beth Hooker, Shannon Pollard, Chuck Mead, Donte M'Shawn---as well as some old friends to kick the skins Mickey Curry, Mat Reale, Simon Kirke and Mike Shrieve. Our beach song, "Surfside," was injected with a direct dose of the California Sun by transcendental poet Stephen J. Kalinich, the only lyricist to work with Brian, Carl and Dennis Wilson (as well as Mike Love and Stephen Marks). 

I suggested we cut a new version of my pal the late P.F. Sloan's classic anthem "Eve Of Destruction," and Handsome Dick was all-in. I even managed to fly in some harmony vocals, harmonica, and acoustic guitar from P.F. himself from some previous sessions I had done with him.

It took us a minute to find the right home for the record, but Arny Schorr stepped up with his Liberation Hall imprint and had all the enthusiasm we needed to see. So this is BORN IN THE BRONX. Germinated in NYC, manifested in Nashville, now available throughout the world... I hope y'all enjoy it!"

Friday, November 15, 2019

David Archuleta Is NSYNC With Christmas

Ho, Ho, Ho
Lance Bass, David Archuleta & Chris Kirkpatrick



David Archuleta is ready to spread good cheer this holiday season with the release of the deluxe edition of his Christmas album Winter In The Air.
The deluxe edition is available today November 14 and  features three brand new tracks, covers of NSYNC’s “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays,” Nat King Cole’s classic “The Christmas Song” as well as an a cappella version of “Still Still Still.”  See full track listing below. 
Additionally, the video for “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays” premiered today on Entertainment Tonight and features cameo appearances by NSYNC members Lance Bass & Chris Kirkpatrick.  “I was so stoked that Lance and Chris were willing to make an appearance in my video of their song that’s becoming a classic Christmas song. I wasn’t sure if they’d say yes, but I’m so glad that they were up for it and having some fun. It’s meant to be cheesy and light, and I hope people will get a kick watching it.”  says David.
Everyone was so much fun to work with. It was great to relive this song and do it with one of my best friends on the planet,  Lance.” Said Chris Kirkpatrick with Lance Bass stating “It’s an honor to have David’s incredible voice cover this iconic song. Shooting this was so fun, but now I will have this ear worm of a song in my head for the next 6 months. Thanks David. “
As previously announced, David will hit the road beginning November 23 on his 2019 Christmas tour which is sure to feature songs from Winter In The Air.  The album features such hits as “Christmas Every Day” - "Christmas Every Day"  (which went Top 10 on the Billboard Holiday chart) as well as title track “Winter In The Air” - Winter in the Air with the video featuring World of Dance dancer Cassidy Forsyth and So You Think You Can Dance & World of Dance dancer Ezra Sosa.  “I’m so excited to get back out on the road for my Christmas tour. I had such a blast last year singing so many Christmas classics as well as songs from my two holiday albums.  It’s such a special time of year and I hope you’ll come out and make some new memories with us this year” Says David
The tour will weave through Atlanta, Nashville, Portland and various cities in his home state of Utah before winding down on December 23. 

2019 Christmas Tour Dates
Richfield, UT
Fairgrounds Hall
Grand Junction, CO
Avalon Theatre
Moab, UT
Star Hall
Flagstaff, AZ
Orpheum Theater
Queen Creek, AZ
Queen Creek Performing Arts Center
Salt Lake City, UT
Snowflake/Show Low, AZ
Show Low High School Auditorium
Albuquerque, NM
John Lewis Performing Arts Theater
San Antonio, TX
Tobin Center for The Performing Arts
Austin, TX
One World Theatre (Early Show)
Austin, TX
One World Theatre (Late Show)
The Woodlands, TX
Dosey Doe
Atlanta, GA
City Winery
Franklin, TN
Franklin Theatre
Franklin, TN
Franklin Theatre
Minneapolis, MN
Portland, OR
Alberta Rose
Pasco, WA
Faith Assembly
Tacoma, WA
Alma Mater
Pocatello, ID
Stephens Performing Arts Center
Logan, UT
Logan High School Auditorium

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