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"WHAT'S NEW"
DECEMBER 2004

Happy Holidays from snowy New England!


press release from Caesars/Bally's

The landscape here is starting to look like something from Currier and Ives and the warmer clothes have all been unpacked and pressed into service. I'll be braving the windy boardwalk in Atlantic City very soon, but for the holiday season, there's no place quite like my little part of Massachusetts.

My wish for you is that the things you get for Christmas are at least similar to the things you want. My wish for Roy Orbison fans everywhere is to find a big CD collection of new releases and videos put out by the company this year. Wouldn't that be nice? May you find a peaceful spot in all of the holiday hub-bub and take a moment to recall all of the gifts we all enjoy in every day of our lives.



2005 is waiting to arrive and I hope you will find happiness, health and success through the year. For myself, it would be nice if we get together somewhere at a show. Drop me a line and tell me when you'll be coming around.

All good things...Brian

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about a show in Greenfield, MA.

Brian brought in the New Year onstage as usual,
this time down in Louisiana at the Hollywood Casino.

Next stop: Atlantic City.
(see the Janua
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"A very special "thank you" to everyone who came out to see the show at the YMCA in Greenfield last month. It was a lot of fun"... This was a fundraiser for the Y, and they were completely blown away by the fantastic turnout!

It was also a chance to get together with Mike Slahetka and his group "Shakin' All Over". They definitely have the sound of the rock-n-roll years down, and their abilities were terrific - they learned the Orbison songs for my set in record-breaking time. Thanks for all of your effort, guys. We will certainly work together again!

Having not done a show on my home turf in quite a while, this event gave me a good chance to see old friends and familiar faces. Folks took the time to remind me of shows from years ago where we had met, even as far back as a show some nine years ago in Longmeadow, Massachusetts. To all the fans who related having seen me in this area and in Atlantic City - thanks for sharing"...
Brian



Brian leaves home again at the end of December -
first, for a New Years Eve gig 'way down South;
from there he flies back up North, to appear
the next four months nightly in Atlantic City.
Details on the
SHOWS page (link at right)
and in this press release from Caesars/Bally's :


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A special "thank you" to everyone who came out to see the show at the Greenfield YMCA last month. It was a lot of fun...

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