St. Petersburg, FL (PRWEB) January 2, 2009
CJ Harding's authentic rendition of Patsy Cline has been selling out theatres and bringing audiences to their feet for a decade. "Patsy" twirls onto stage in an authentic cowgirl outfit from 1963, complete with white fringe and personalized cowboy boots. You are immediately taken back in time to the year just before Patsy's plane went down west of Nashville. From the first note of "Crazy" the crowd is seduced by "Patsy's" voice and stage presence. "Patsy" talks with the audience. She walks through the crowd and brings them on stage. She flirts and she dazzles. She's a little naughty. She captures hearts. And in her second act, "Patsy" mesmerizes the audience in her evening gown and diamonds as she belts out her classic ballads against an elegant backdrop. The audience leaves the theatre in a state of awe, as they try to bring themselves back to the present day.
Ms. Harding exhibited at the APAP Conference in New York City January 9 - 13, 2009. This is the largest conference of this kind in the world. Presenters from all across the United States visited her booth and asked for more information including DVD's from one of her concerts. In addition to her Patsy Cline Show, CJ also performs as herself, belting out the songs she has been writing for most of her life, and accompanying herself on guitar. In addition, CJ's son Chris Carpenter has joined Desiderata Music. Chris is a singer/songwriter from San Diego who has been moving audiences with his soul-reaching songs about loves won and lost for many years. Chris's piano accompanyment stirs the audience and brings them to their feet in appreciation of his talent and phenomonal stage presence.
If you missed the opportunity to see and hear what audiences all across America have been talking about for over ten years, please contact us or visit our website. From Winchester, VA, Patsy Cline's hometown, up and down the East Coast and across the country at venues like Kirkland Performing Arts Center in Washington; The Dunn Center for the Performing Arts in Rocky Mount, NC; The Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN; Tampa Arts Council in Tampa, FL; Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover, DE; and on and on…"Sweet Dreams" is a Tribute Show like no other!
In our troubled economy, Presenters and Performers alike are looking for ways to fill seats. Ms. Harding is taking a serious approach to making her performance affordable for her loyal fans and for newcomers to her show. "Patsy" puts people in those seats! Talk to us about our Economy Package and let's work together to make 2009/2010/2011 successful, while bringing quality entertainment to your Theatre!