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                       IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE

                                              

`The Vaca Jazz Society Presents the 26th  Anniversary AMO Christmas Show

Titled " AMO Christmas Title TBA"

Alive Music Orchestra

Directed by Keith Stout

Friday, December 8th at 7:00 pm. 2017 Season

Hosted By Valley Church in Vacaville (707) 448-7222

5063 Maple Rd, Vacaville, CA

                             

 

Free Admission to Public: Love offering accepted

                              

                                AMO SWING’S INTO CHRISTMAS! (From 2016)

  • Alive Music Orchestra swings into their 25th  AMO Christmas show.

Part of the Friday December 9th Alive Music Orchestra Christmas show at

Valley Church in Vacaville, will incorporate traditional sing-along carols and

popular Christmas songs made famous by a host of celebrity singers

(Bing Crosby, Elvis Presley, Nat King Cole, etc.), meant to remind people

that the holidays are a season of peace, family and most importantly the

miraculous birth of Christ says Stout, a trumpeter and AMO music director. 

                              Alive Music Orchestra Celebrating Christmas

The group will also be celebrating their group’s 26th Anniversary established 1990

Enjoy big band vocalist Pastor Frank Salamone of Dixon Cornerstone

Church, vocalist Pete Ayers, Fairfield Civic Theater’s Barbara McFadden,

Golden West Band Director Mr. Robert Honeychurch, with renown keyboardist

SSgt Brad French from USAF performing with AMO memorable Christmas songs, 

as well  as Keith Stout’s family: Ken, Martha, and Brett Stout.

                                    "25th Anniversary AMO Christmas Show"

As it has in years past, the AMO show incorporates an American tradition originally

founded by Bob Hope’s USO Christmas tours overseas, honoring and entertaining

our troops. "We always include a special dedication to our troops and their families,

praying for a safe return home," says Stout, an Air Force "brat" whose

father served in Vietnam, "That's something we feel strongly about, especially

around Christmas time.”

 

The show will include stories of hope hosted by AMO's Chaplain

Stan Suderow, encouraging families about love, peace and the miracle of the

Christmas season, especially, enlight of these uncertain economic times.

The AMO Christmas show will celebrate two and half decades of Christmas and

will be dedicated to past and present AMO musicians, vocalist, actors, and

crews serving the community for the past twenty five years.

 

The Vaca Jazz Society thanks their dedicated sponsors, military and civilian

volunteers for making 2016 a successful year, helping to “Save Our Music”

city-wide Festival locations and youth music camps held by Solano County

Library-Vacaville Town Square.

 

Next year, the Society’s 18th Annual Free “Save Our Music” Vacaville

Jazz Festival will continue on September 15th thru 17th and the Society thanks

the local businesses listed on VacaJazz.com website for their  gifted

sponsorships continuing to support our traditional family event,

which annually incorporates the festival’s Annual Military Tribute on

“Freedom’s Gate Sunday.”

 

AMO will accept love offering donations at the end of program, which

proceeds goes towards the Vaca Jazz Society's "Free" weekly Youth

Music Camps successfully directed by  SMSgt Mike Williams from

USAF Band of the Golden West.  Each year the program is supported

by Town Square Public Library sponsored by Live Music Center

benefiting our young teenage students every year from the months of

August and September, VJS is passionate that the gift of music enriches

our kids life keeping them out of harms way.

 

Visit our website www.VacaJazzSociety.org for the list of our generous sponsors,

and contact the Alive Music Orchestra on Facebook about the upcoming AMO

Christmas Show. Give a call to Keith Stout at  (707) 452-1351 for any questions.

 

Vaca Jazz Society Proudly Presents:

The 2017 18th Annual Vacaville Jazz Festival
Friday, September 15th through Sunday, September 17th.

18th Annual “Save Our Music” Vacaville Jazz Festival will be held Downtown & Nut Tree at 4 venues.
The Vaca Jazz Society (VJS) which supports school music programs through the “Save Our Music” free camps & clinics, demonstration concerts, and the pursuit of safe quality family entertainment in the community will
celebrate their 18th anniversary from September 15th thru September 17th. This is Vacaville's original 3-Day Performing Arts Festival with over 30 artists, including 300 musicians at four venues city-wide performing blues, gospel, jazz dixieland, swing, big band, smooth, Latin, funk, rock and pop music during the 3rd weekend of September established in 1999 by VJS.


Famous Jazz trumpeter, Wynton Marsalis, plays at Vacaville Jazz Festival


Conductor/Musician wins local award
Reporter Newspaper Posted: 03/29/2009 01:01:19 AM PDT

Keith Stout, poses with wife Martha. He was honored Saturday by the Vaca Arts Council with the Marianna Pokorny Award.

Most education specialists agree teachers are the most important element in any classroom, so consider what the 20th century's greatest scientist, Albert Einstein, once said about them: "It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge." ...
 

 

The Vaca Jazz Society is a non-profit, 501(c)3 corporation (ID# 20-0198796) dedicated to developing young musicians, providing family-friendly entertainment and expanding the Jazz culture in Vacaville and the surrounding communities. Donations are fully tax deductible.

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