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Epsisode 22: Legendary Rocker Frank Dimino

2013-04-26 :: Frank Dimino
Length: 1s

In classic rock circles if the right ears overhear you talking about the band Angel, or its front man Frank Dimino, heads will most likely turn. If you watched Dick Clark's American Bandstand religiously you probably saw Angel all dressed in their signature white outfits performing one of their hits. If you dig Zappa then you know "Punky's Whips": the song that satirically immortalizes Angel and its guitarist Punky Meadows in the hallowed halls of the Frank Zappa library. But if you dove deep into a love of the heavier side of rock music of the late 70's, then you probably pressed your headphones close to your ears to get lost in songs like "The Tower", "White Lightning" and "Feelin' Right", not to mention the dozens of other fan favorites from this legendary and quite influential rock band. Though never really winning the commercial success it so much deserved, Angel, with its core members Punky Meadows, Mickie Jones, Gregg Giuffria, Barry Brandt and lead vocalist Frank Dimino did win the respect and admiration of musicians and die-hard fans the world over, and almost single-handedly ushered in the new breed of heavy metal hair bands that dominated the 80's. An alumni of Boston's Berklee College of Music, Frank Dimino parlayed his education, a dynamic stage pressence and powerful vocal ability into a career that most musicians could only imagine. With his trademark suspenders and white microphone stand, Frank had record deals with major labels, was mobbed like a Beatle in Japan, and earned several album and song writing credits spanning decades. After Angel Frank gained commercial success writing and performing in television and feature films such as "Foxes" with Jody Foster and the iconic 80's dance movie "Flashdance". Frank currently teaches vocal lessons and mentors up-an-coming performers via his company Dimino Enterprises. But above all, Frank DiMino is a solid old-school rock star most at home on a stage, big or small. Though much of the glam-rock fanfare has passed, Frank is still hard at it working stages throughout Las Vegas with other veteran rockers. He performing occasionally with various bands including The Sin City Sinners but works mostly with his own band Vinyl Tattoo, featuring Stryper guitarist Oz Fox. Hold your lighters up high! Episode 22 is legendary rocker Frank Dimino.…

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Episode 21: Peter Monroy, Entertainer, Singer Songwriter

2013-04-12 :: David Farnham

Monrockers unite! Peter is in the house. Actually he's out of the house and on the loose. After 8 years of performing 5 nights a week at the prominent Venetian Casino Resort, Peter Monroy, with his powerful rock show, is finally able to spread his wings and he's landing on some of the hottest stages in Las Vegas. Audiences at The Palms, Planet Hollywood, The Paris, and Fremont Street just can't seem to get enough of this powerful entertainer. Since moving to Las Vegas from Los Angeles in the late 90's. Peter Monroy hit the strip running as a popular rock singer and never stopped. With his dynamic stage presence and ability to consistently sing material that is completely out of range for most working male rock singers, Peter began working steady right from the get-go. When other acts haunting the strip avoided the best hits from bands such as Led Zeppelin, Guns And Roses and Queesnryche, due to their difficult vocals, Peter Monroy embraced them and rocked them out nightly, effortlessly. After performing at various top venues throughout Las Vegas Peter reluctantly agreed to sign on to perform exclusively at the prominent Venetian Resort Casino, a move that worked in his favor after strip properties began cutting back on live entertainment soon after. Now, after 8 years of bouncing between the La Scena Lounge at the Venetian and the Zebra Lounge at the Venetian's sister property The Palazzo, Peter is quickly making a new name for himself as the "gotta-see" performer for classic and current rock hits in Vegas. Episode 21 is veteran Las Vegas Rocker Peter Monroy.…

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Episode 20: Seth C. Turner, Rising Country Star

2013-04-05 :: David Farnham

Musicians are magicians. They conjure. They can make things appear that weren't there before and produce sights sounds and feelings that were once hidden. Seth Turner is wizard. He can turn a Vegas lounge into an old honky-tonk somewhere outside of Dallas. With the flip of a pick and a twang he can bring a dead room to life. When he sings his own brand of country music he takes you to that place where you really live. He brings you down dirt roads past open fields and mountains scenes to that place in your heart where horses run and cowboys mend fences, where saloons pour whiskey for good people living the good life. Seth's style, sound, and music conjures that kind of country magic. Today's country music has evolved into a new pop-rock genre of music that many say ain't really country. Though Seth Turner and his band The High Desert Drifters can rip that new country style like nobody's business and bust out requests from Segar to Springsteen, Seth shines when wielding the Haggard and Jennings magic wand. The real Seth Turner magic comes alive, however, when his original music appears on stage. Ladies and gents, cowboys and cowgirls, episode 20 is Seth C. Turner.…

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Episode 19: Kimo Maiwela, Stunt Man, Bass Player

2013-02-26 :: David Farnham
Length: 1s

He's been beat up, run over, set on fire, attacked by ninjas, dissintergrated by flying orbs and killed in other ways more times than he can count. But these days, when Kimo Maiwela is not rocking out with his Las Vegas classic rock band Rock Karma, chances are good he might be watching your every move from a high-tech surveillence room. As a kid in Oahu, Hawaii, Kimo started haunting the sets of the very iconic televison show Hawaii 5-0 with Jack lord and James MaCarthur. He matured as a stunt man learning how to take a puch, roll off a car and take full advantage of craft services. His stunt career spans several shows including Raven with Lee Majors, Jake and The Fat Man, and Magnum PI with Tom Selleck. His work is also highlighted in commercials and in the TV movie Escape From Atlantis with action/adventure star Jeff Speakman. After moving to Las Vegas several years ago, he began working in casino security eventually rolling that job into a career in casino surveillience. Kimo currently works for Cesars Entertainment as a surveillence supervisor at the Paris Hotel and Casino. Always a fan of music, Kimo also played bass in bands in Hawaii opening up for artists such as Bryan Adams and Ted Nugent. He currently performs part-time with his friends in Rock Karma at various venues around the Las Vegas Valley. Mahalo, my friends, Episode 19 is Kimo Maiwela.…

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Episode 18: Chris Fenimore, guitarist/songwriter

2013-02-11 :: David Farnham

Chris Fenimore and Friends is a group of talented musicians and singers who perform occasionally throughout Las Vegas. The group is comprised mostly of buddies and fond acquaintances of the group's leader and namesake Chris Fenimore. Like many so inhabitants of Sin City Chris is a refugee of Southern California. He and his family moved to Vegas at the beginning of the new millennium to take advantage of the area's construction boom and affordable housing market at the time. A dedicated family man with a strong faith, Chris' dreams of performing full time as a musician have been put on the back burner more often than not in lieu of the "day gig" to support his family. Musicians are cursed in way. The dream and the desire are strong. Haunting and perpetual is the need of the performer. Talent can reek havoc on a creative soul with no outlet, no stage. Fortunately Chris has a knack for pulling together the like-minded. His revolving cast of performers allows him get his fix. If he's not performing with his friends he is either worshiping with them or writing music with them. If it's true that success is determined by the friends in your life, than Chris Fenimore is doing very well for himself. And what better friends can you have than ones you can perform with on some of the most fun stages in Las Vegas. Episode 18 is Chris Femimore.…

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Episode 17: Patrick Puffer, singer/entertainer former 80's hair band front man

2013-02-04 :: Patrick Puffer

It's one thing to have a job you like; it sure beats the alternative. It's another thing though to do what you love as a job. Patrick Puffer is one of those lucky individuals who looks back on his career with a great big smile and looks forward with an even bigger smile for the stages yet to come. When you look back to the 80s hair metal era, you might crack a smile and wonder what the hell we were all thinking. Big hair, tight clothes, all that androgyny and excess. Patrick Puffer gets a kick out of it as well but cracks wise with a fond sense of nostalgia and experience because he lived that life on stage, under the lights, on the road. As lead singer and guitar player for the band Intimate Acts, Patrick toured the states throughout the 80's eventually landing in LA to seek his fame and fortune from catapult clubs like The Whiskey, Gazzarri's, and The Roxy. But like so many other artists of that time still adhering to the Winger, Poison and BonJovi schools of rock, the Nirvana bitch-slap came down hard on Patrick's band. On the verge, with record companies in the audience, contracts nearly in hand, Intimate Acts became just another casualty in the grunge wars of the late 80's. But not one to sit idly by and wax poetic on glory days, Patrick re-invented himself for a new market: cruise ships. For over ten years Patrick performed on ships, first as part of a duo and then as a solo act, an act you can still see today here throughout Las Vegas, primarily at the Cannery Casino. Incredibly likable, talented and happy, Patrick Puffer is episode 17.…

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Episode 16: Sina Foley, singer/entertainer

2013-01-29 :: David Farnham
Length: 1s

Zen refers to the meditative state, to the conscious act of absorbing experiences with the goal of enlightenment. This is Sina Foley's approach to gigging. Anxiety doesn't seem to have a place in the heart of this songstress. In fact the opposite seems true for Sina. She is calm, soft spoken and appreciative of the experiences she's had as an entertainer. Despite a shifting and sometimes unsure gig climate in Las Vegas, Sina seems poised and ready for what ever happens next. She senses when to bring her "A game" and when to re-invent herself. "I never really worried about work. The idea is this: Wow! This is awesome…for now." Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii in a conservative and loving family, Sina was bitten early by the entertainment bug. She went from playing viola in her school orchestra to performing in production shows throughout Hawaii. Education was also a top priority for Sina. Eventually, after moving to Las Vegas, she earned her masters degree in Journalism and Mass Media Communications from UNLV. She even taught for years at her alma mater gigging all the while up and down the Vegas Strip. Sina brings class and elegance to things. She is a pleasure working with and eager to be a part of new things. The Zen master Zhuangzi once said “Flow with whatever may happen, and let your mind be free: Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate.” Sina gigs this way and shines with enlightenment. Namaste, ladies and gentlemen. Episode 16 is Sina Foley.…

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Episode 15: Wayne Carver, bassist/vocalist

2012-12-18 :: David Farnham

Wayne Carver is one of those "go-to-guys". When the need for solid bass players arises there's a short list in Vegas of those kind of guys, the kind who can learn a night's worth of tunes with little notice and knock it out of the park. Wayne is on that list. Quick study, hell of a player, sings his ass off and most importantly a great guy to hang out with.  Wayne's "go-to" status was established early on as a young rocker in Louisville, Kentucky. His reputation kept him working in several touring bands in his formative years. As one touring band folded for whatever reason, another wasn't far behind and reached out to Wayne and off on the road he went for several years eventually landing in Las Vegas where he currently gigs when and where he can while juggling the responsibilities of being a dedicated dad and husband. He's had dozen of interesting gigging experiences in Vegas and beyond. He's a solid rocker to the core and actually a fan of great music first, musician second. He is truly on the top of the list of "go-to-guys" for any gig under the sun requiring a rock-solid bass player with killer vocals. Ladies and Gents, Episode 15 is Wayne Carver.…

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Episode 14: Katie Dix, entertainer/model/actor

2012-12-04 :: David Farnham
Length: 1s

Slapping yourself in the face thirty times with shaving cream while a creepy plastic-faced fast food king dangles a tassel in your face as you're trying to sleep may seem a bit odd, but to Katie Dix it's just another gig. Katie has done her fair share of interesting gigs in her short career to date. She began honing her performance skills in musical theatre as a young girl growing up in Bakersfield, California. As a young woman she performed weekly with late legendary Hee-Haw country star Buck Owens. The lights of Las Vegas beaconed and Katie graced stages throughout the valley first as lead singer in various bands then performing as lead singer in the topless show Fantasy at the Luxor. She then reinvented herself as Carrie Underwood in the Country Superstars tribute show at the Stratosphere. Commercial acting as well as modeling gigs were quick to follow and understandably so as Katie is a very beautiful, articulate, well-rounded and fearless entertainer. From making all the way to the execuative auditions on TV's The Voice to performing piano-side lounge style at Mastro's Ocean Club in Las Vegas and Los Angeles, you just never know where Katie is going to pop up. Sexy, funny, sweet and humble, Episode 14 is the lovely Katie Dix.…

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Episode 13: Sweet Al Miller, radio personality/guitarist/sonmgwriter

2012-11-27 :: David farnham
Length: 1s

If you're a fan of hard rock music and spend any time in Las Vegas you will stumble across the valley's most popular hard rock radio station KOMP 92.3, The Rock Station. And if you're able to get up early enough (or if you never sleep, this is Vegas after all) your ears and funny bone will most likely run into KOMP's hilarious morning show with Craig, Al and Andy featuring Sweet Al Miller, as he is more commonly known. But there's so much more to Sweet Al than what you hear on the morning show. A well versed songwriter, singer and guitarist, Sweet Al and his dynamic hard-hitting band 333 has been tearing it up on rock stages for over a decade opening at times for top bands such as Three Doors Down, Puddle of Mud, Tesla, Vince Neil and most recently Guns & Roses. Though Sweet Al composes from the heavy guitar persective with haunting melodies and darker powerful chord structures, the messages he carries are much lighter and uplifting, though far more spiritual than religious. "If I'm gonna go ahead and write something it's gotta mean something to me." says Miller. Not one to follow suit with the trappings of lavish galmour and LA-ish based party and excess lyricism often regaled in popular music, Sweet Al wites from a mature heart about the elevation of other people and the elevation of the "common thread that binds us all together". According to Miller, "Any message we're bringin is just be good to yourself and be good to everybody around you and be kind." Episode 13 is Sweet Al Miller.…

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Episode 12: Aaron Tully, bassist

2012-11-19 :: David Farnham
Length: 1s

It's only got four strings how hard can it be? I torture Aaron Tully with this old bass guitar joke every chance I get. He's a good sport, a close friend and one hell of a bass player. As it turns out Aaron Tully's bass has five strings and playing like Tully is actually a lot harder than he makes it look. Classically trained and forged from a bass playing family, it wasn't long until Tully emerged from the Buckeye State an accomplished and well versed player quickly impressing his peers with his skill and mastery of his instrument. Not one to bask in the center stage, Tully is at his best and right at home laying down rock solid foundations for his fellow musicians to build upon. His talent a training have taken him across the seas on journeys most people will never get to experience. A die-hard Ohio State fan, Tully bleeds Buckeye where ever he goes. He appreciates where he is and where he comes from. He is devoted to his friends and family and loves to have a good time on and off stage. Episode 12 is master basser Aaron Tully…

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Episode 11: James Sloan, drummer for Yellow Brick Road

2012-11-08 :: David Farnham

If you follow the Yellow Brick Road, take a left on Bass Street then hang a right on Keyboard Ave. You're in drummer town, baby, James Sloans' hood. It's ok, you can pay attention to that man behind the cymbals. For more than a decade James has been granting classic rock wishes from his throne behind the drums in what is undeniably the greatest classic rock cover band in Las Vegas: Yellow Brick Road. James flew over the rainbow to Las Vegas several years ago from Big Sky Country. He quickly landed a job that flew him over yet another rainbow to Greece for a stint performing in a Vegas based variety act only to return to Vegas to performed in various shows throughout the valley over the years. There's no place like home for James, and home for James is behind the drums. If you're in a band and ever find yourself standing before the Wizard, screw all that courage, heart and brains stuff, wish for a drummer like James. Solid, dependable and so easy to get along with. Ladies and gents, Episode 11 is drummer James Sloan.…

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Episode 10: Gabriella Versace, show girl/singer/entertainer

2012-10-31 :: David Farnham

Clearly the best term to describe Gabriella Versace is show girl. Though she's worn many hats in the industry, show girl pretty much sums her up. This girl is all about the show. Though Papa Vito had architectural designs for his daughter, little G drafted a few plans of her own. Dance and song were what she was all about. Judy Garland and Barbara Streisand got their hooks in early and set Gabriella on a path that led to a rich career singing and dancing on the stages of Atlantic City, Disney Cruise Lines and eventually to her goal as lead performer in a Las Vegas show. Talented, sexy, humble and generous with a glittering flamboyant fashion sense, G to the V is a Vegas doll who has trained her entire life for a career as a show girl and does not disappoint. Ladies and gentleman, raise your glasses, throw confetti from the balcony and please, no autographs till after the show, Gabriella Versace is Episode 10.…

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Episode 9: Peter Pavone, impressionist/singer/entertainer/actor/comedian

2012-10-30 :: David Farnham

Most people with multiple personality disorder suffer from it. Peter Pavone has learned to profit from it. When he's not performing throughout Las Vegas an beyond in a Rat Pack show as Fank Sinatra or Joey Bishop, you might find Peter pointing his acoustic guitar like a gun as Johnny Cash. You might even see him wandering around on election night as Abraham Lincoln or popping up at a convention podium somewhere cracking wise as a hired gun MC. Song and dance man, standup comedian, actor, impressionist, Peter Pavone is truly an "old school" entertainer at the height of his powers. His chameleon-like ability to transform into an artist is remarkable. But it's the part of himself that he brings to each performance that makes him a unique threat. Peter has been training for a career as an entertainer his entire life and draws from his rich background effortlessly and that is what sets him apart from other perfromers of his calibur. His talents and abilities have taken him all over the world and his determination to make a living as an entertainer no matter what is inspiring. Peter is a funny, talented and likeable guy with a great story that in many ways has just begun. It was my pleasure to spend time with this fantastic performer. Ladies and gentlemen, Episode 9 is the great Peter Pavone.escription…

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Episode 3: Vince Whitney, singer/front man for The Desert Outlaws

2012-10-29 :: David Farnham

Leader of the Desert Outlaws band, Vince Whitney has a rich an interesting backstory. How does and Native American from Texas start out singing opera in Rome and wind up fronting a popular country music band in Las Vegas? Perhaps gunshot wounds suffered after flying F14's over the skies of Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm has something to do with it. Tune in to Episode 3 to experience Vince's fascinating story.…

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Episode 2: Terry Lynn, drummer for The Desert Outlaws

2012-10-29 :: David Farnham
Length: 1s

In addition to being a terrific drummer, Terry Lynn is a storyteller with a wealth of life experiences and gift for bringing his tales to life. From learning his craft from a seasoned vintage Vegas big band legend, to performing and living on the road with the Jimmie Van Zant Band, to his long-time friendship with members of the legendary southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, Terry is as much pleasure to listen to as he is to perform with on stage. This episode leaves you wanting to hear more.…

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Episode 1: Scott Bennett, bassist for The Desert Outlaws Bassist

2012-10-29 :: David Farnham
Length: 1s

I could not have picked a better person to interview for the fledgling episode of The Big Gig Show than my buddy Scott Bennett (AKA: S.W. Bennett). Scott was there at the beginning of my performing career in Las Vegas. It wasn't until Scott entered the picture that things really started to pick up. Scott is talented bass player, an all around great guy and I'm proud to call him my friend. I hope you get as much enjoyment out of listening to this interview as I did recording it with him. Update: At the time of this recording, I was the keyboard player for The Desert Outlaws with Terry on drums. I have since moved on to another show. Please visits the web site for all my upcoming show dates. thebiggigshow.com…

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Episode 8: Kim Diamond & Dean Simmons, singer/entertainers

2012-10-29 :: David Farnham

Lobster and butter, hops and barley, rock and roll, dirty jokes and belly laughs, Kim Diamond and Dean Simmons. These are a few of my favorite things. Kim and Dean are hilariously talented seasoned Las Vegas entertainers who compliment each other so well they should probably get married and put a show together. But wait....they did...and they are. Dean Simmons is perhpas most recognized as The Garth Guy with his remarkable tribute show to Garth Brooks. Dean's lovely wife Kim Diamond has been performing in Las Vegas and beyond in various shows as a singer and all around entertainer. Her sense of humor and willingness to do just about anything to entertain has garnished her with a reputation as a solid go-to-gal when it comes to entertaining. Though only recently married, Kim and Dean share a realationship both on and off stage that has been brewing since the mid 90's. Their relationship is just begging to be highlighted with spotlights. In the style of Sonny and Cher, Donny and Marie and in the making for over 17 years, The Kim & Dean Show promises to be a fun show filled with music, parody, costumes and jokes and whatever else Kim chooses to torture her husband with on stage. Ladies and Gentlemen, it's my pleasure to introduce you to two of my favorite people who bravely bring their life, love and laughs to the stages of Las Vegas. Listen to their story. Episode 8 is The Kim and Dean Show.…

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Episode 7: Kirk Rustman, percussionist/intructor

2012-10-29 :: David Farnham
Length: 1s

Kirk Rustman is right where he wants to be. You can tell by the smile on his face he loves where he's at in life. From teaching percussion at a prominent Las Vegas high school to performing in serval hit live shows on the Vegas Strip, Kirk is indeed a happy man. Humility and appreciation well up in this man as he talks about his life in music. Fortunately Kirk's triumphs seem to outweigh his struggles or perhaps his humble Illinois upbringing afford him a celebratory disposition. Kirk is a wealth of knowledge and eager to share and teach what he knows. Give him a listen, Episode 7 is Kirk Rustman.…

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Episode 6: Ray Allaire, singer/songwriter/ bassist for Phoenix Bassist

2012-10-29 :: David Farnham

More than just the Simpsons came out of Springfield, Mass. Ray Allaire, or as like to call him Ray Extrodinaire hails from there. Right from the start Ray didn't stand a chance. He was brought up in a gigging house. His parents were popular recording artists of the day who performed regularly on television. Ray was baptized with the gift of harmony and cut his teeth on the bass guitar. His siblings all had it as well so much so that Ray grew to perform in a touring band with his brothers. Turns in the road brought ray to Las Vegas only a short time ago. After a rough start finding gigs, Ray's dynamite vocals and stelar work ethic garnished him with the utmost respect from his peers in the Las Vegas performing community. Ray shines as the bass player & supporting singer in the popular rock cover band Phoenix performing weekly at the famous Mandalay Bay. Give him a listen. Humble, funny, and way too talented to grace stages with yours truly. Ladies and gentlemen, episode 6 is Ray Allaire.…

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Episode 5: Jon Wells, drummer/former Jim Dandy's Black Oak Arkansas drummer

2012-10-29 :: David Farnham
Length: 1s

How many people can say they went form admiring a legendary band from a far to playing in that very band some years later. Black Oak Arkansas was a favorite band of a younger Jon Wells growing up in Memphis. Early on Jon marveled at the showmanship of Black Oak's front man Jim "Dandy" Mandrum. But after several years of performing on the road with Jim Dandy's Black Oak and rubbing elbows with many other of his other rock heroes, Jon had had enough of the chliche trappings of a road dog rock star lifestyle and had to move on and away from it, eventually to the cover band circuit in Las Vegas where he and I were paired up in a cover band. It's my pleasure to introduce you to my friend, Jon. I think you'll enjoy his colorful rock n' roll story. Episode 5 is drummer Jon Wells. UPDATE: Jon Wells is a fantastic drummer with a spot-on meter and impressive resume. But more importantly, Jon is a beautiful human being. Kind, funny, and loyal. At the time of this recording Jon is struggling to find work in the Las Vegas as a percussionist. Take it from me as a gigging musician who has worked extensively with Jon Wells, hire this bad-ass mother fucker. Your band, show, or lounge act will benefit greatly from his presence. Let's get him working again soon Big Giggers!…

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Episode 4: Natalie Brown, singer/dancer/actress

2012-10-29 :: Author

There is nothing not to love about Natalie. Mrs. Brown you do indeed have a lovely daughter. The most inpressive thing to me about Nat is her lack of fear and her ability to hurl herself across the world without intrepidation. As a teenager she sprung from her family nest in Sydney, Australia to Taiwan. From there her journey led her all over the world singing and dancing. She has a wisdom about her that can only be gained from traveling the world. Impressive talent, funny as shit, and cool to beat the band. Ladies and gentlemen, Episode 4 is the unsinkable Natalie Brown. Update: At the time of this recording, Natalie was the female lead singer in The Desert Outlaws. Both her and I have since moved on to other projects…

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The Big Gig Show is a podcast interview show featuring the unsung and over-sung heroes of the entertainment world. The Big Gig Show is a place where people who gig for a living come to tell their stories, musicians, comedians, magicians, actors, dancers, designers, photographers and who ever else gigs for living. Interviews are spiced with quick comedy skits created by entertainer and host David Farnham.

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