Hello and thanks for stopping by,
It’s not too late to wish you a Happy New Year…so Happy New Year! Let’s hope and pray it’s a good one.
My performance schedule had me all over the place last year and while it was invigorating it was also exhausting, but that being said I do want to thank everyone at Norwegian Cruise Line for the
opportunity to perform on several of their cruise ships and thanks to all the tech staff and crew on board the vessels for all their help and support.
I met some fantastic performers through the year and it was such a blast hanging out with comedians, aerialists, jugglers, musicians and magicians…thanks guys and gals!
My next official cruise contract is on board the Norwegian Dawn on April 20 as she sails from Manhattan, New York to Southampton,
I always look forward to performing in Katie O’Donald’s, Bluffton, South Carolina and I’ll be back on stage there on February 8 and March 15.
I’m also looking forward to my upcoming matinee in the Tybee Post Theatre, Tybee Island, Georgia on Sunday, February 26 at 4.00PM. This is a special show for me to help celebrate an important anniversary.
We will spend quite a bit of time in Ireland this year with our Tour groups. We have four in all, one private, one with Butch and Mary Grace Elmgren of Thos’ O’Reilly’s Public House in Atlanta, our regular Summer Tour and an October Tour visiting the North of Ireland.
All of these Tours now have a waiting list as seats sometimes open up.
While not performing much in pubs anymore I’m still doing concerts, fund raisers, garden concerts and private events. Please get in touch should you have something in mind.
Let’s hope 2023 is a good year for all of us. Take care out there and I’ll see you down the road somewhere.
The last broadcast of the Green Island Radio Show will air on Sunday, March 19 at 9.00PM, EST. The first show went out in November 1992 so it’s been thirty years…a good run by any standards. I have very much enjoyed co-producing and hosting the show all these years and will miss it. We had some fun times, some great co-hosts, some
talented musicians who stopped by and some enlightening and informative phone interviews with major Irish entertainers and writers. Thanks to all our listeners and thanks to all of the staff at GPR
Savannah through the years.