Here we are at our annual Christmas luncheon at Maggianos (they have great gluten free choices for Lisa) where we had wonderful service and yummy food!
Even as I write the title I am absolutely amazed! What a year Dangerous Curves had this year! A full-scale 90 minute show, numerous appearances at many local venues/casinos and even a show on the East coast! Our debut CD “Girl Talk” went live on Itunes and Amazon MP3 and Napster. Our repertoire has doubled and our sound has found its way to a warm, thrilling, harmonic place that winds and weaves around each song and really puts the “Dangerous Curves” stamp on it.
We have big plans for 2010. We are scheduled for another full-scale show at the Starbright Theatre in Summerlin in May, we are already working on a Christmas CD and just a few things that we are keeping under the curvy radar until they are closer to coming to fruition. The most important thing though, is that we simply want to thank each of you for your love and support! Our families, our husbands, our children and our friends definitely give their time and love and more to help us reach our goals. We could not do this without them and you!
The Curves wish you a very Happy New Year and may all your dreams and wishes come true this coming year and every year!
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The Curves ended their busiest week ever, in true Curvy style. We are a blessed trio of chicks and we try our best to give back to this community we love so much. Our final Christmas performance was at the fabulous Studio 8 Ten. Studio 8 Ten is a non-profit arts and crafts studio providing paid training and employment for adults with disabilities in Transition Services supported employment programs. Resident artists train in the design, production, and sales of over 50 different handmade products, all unique to our company, and learn the specifics of running their own business. Studio 8 Ten fosters pride, self-sufficiency, and self-esteem by providing positive interaction with the community and opportunities to show off their personal talents. All proceeds from sales in the gift shop go directly back into the program to purchase supplies, upkeep facilities, and pay the individuals for their efforts
It was our pleasure and privilege to support our great friend Angela Esler-Whelan, who runs the studio and who also happens to be VERY pregnant and on bed rest, but got permission to come out to the open house! It was a great success and a fabulous way to end the Curves 2009 Christmas season!
We hope you are enjoying the Holidays, whichever way you celebrate them! And, look to the 2010 Holiday CD from Dangerous Curves! We wish YOU the curviest season ever!
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What a week the Curves had here in fabulous Las Vegas! On Wednesday, we had the absolute honor of performing at Nellis Air Force Base for the” Officer’s Spouses Club” Annual Holiday Luncheon. What a delightful group they were and very receptive. We are so grateful for our military and how they keep our great country safe!
Thursday, we were invited to sing at the Suncoast Hotel & Casino for “Hit Parade” at their lovely theatre. The hosts for the week were the fabulous Mark Giovi and the gorgeous Robin Berry! Both of these local entertainers are enormously talented and so welcoming. We did our new big band “Jingle Bells” and an a cappella number, “Star of Wonder”. As always, the Suncoast audience is wonderful and loving and we love singing for them!
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This was quite a Sunday for the Curves! First of all, up at the crack of dawn to sing not one, not two, but 3 services for New Song church. It was our first performance of “Star of Wonder” and really what better place to debut such a song but church! And, not just any church, but one that has supported our endeavors totally! And, it went really well. I mean seriously, singing at 8am? Yikes!!! Now, I said this was quite a Sunday and it was…..between services, we rehearsed our second-half-of-the day gig with Dennis and our other debuts of the season, which was the Bing Crosby/Andrews Sisters “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town” and a big band arrangement of “Jingle Bells”.
After the 3rd service, we packed it up and headed down to Flamingo Library Theatre for sound check and the annual Christmas show. This show is really fun, because its a conglomeration of many the performers from the past year. And, we all get to see each other and hear each other perform! A fab time was had by all, especially the audience. And, the big 16 page Jingle Bells we’ve been working on for a month? Well, it went smashingly! Three more Christmas shows to go! Wheeeeeee! Hope you are enjoying the holidays as much as we are! Be sure to check us out at dangerouscurveslasvegas.com
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