Elisa doesn't like this photo, but I think she looks cute and playful. Alex would not be in a photo, but he was there with us.
The opening act was Jeremy Tyler, singer/songwriter on keyboard and he sure warmed up the audience for the evening.
Here's a video from him since you weren't there to hear him.
Then April Meservy, singer/songwriter who has won Pearl Awards, been on several EFY CDs and lots of other albums and compilations, stepped up to the microphone with her guitar. FUN! She has a new album that you can buy on her site. When I asked my kids what they thought of her, they said that they liked how her songs told a story, and of course that she has a beautiful voice.
April Moriarty was on violin for several of the songs and Rob Qualls on the guitar. See how much you missed???
And the red-head on the keyboard is Nikki Forova that I posted about. I had written her a quick email to let her know how great her concert at the Springville Museum of Art was and she wrote me back with the info to this concert. When I asked her at this concert to sign my CD, she asked my name. I said I was Valerie. She said, "You're Valerie? Thank you so much for coming." I thought it was so nice of her to reply to the email and then to remember my name.
...And guess what I got for one of you!!!
Nikki's CD with her music that you will be happy is going through your head all day. Fun and beautiful songs! It's even signed. Someday when she gets even bigger, you will have her very first CD! I love supporting talented indie projects, especially great ones like this. Be sure to see my post on her if you haven't already so I can introduce you to her. Nikki Forova
To enter to win the CD, along with some yummy chocolate of some sort since I always gotta throw that in, just leave a comment telling me a singer you love to listen to by 10 am Tuesday, January 25th. I'll draw a random name and then post it here.