Falling Slowly (Oct 5th, 15)

We did a huge mix of songs for this particular show, as we haven’t wanted to define what we do any more than, the love of being creative, making music, laughing, and bringing joy to audiences… A, “welcome to our playground,” type show if you will.

Deirdre Moncy & Tom Kiesche singing “Falling Slowly” from the musical ONCE, with Roger Aldi on drums.

Watch, listen, share, rave, like, follow, tweet, post… Don’t miss the next show, whatever, and wherever it may be.

Link: https://youtu.be/0UtXYona7RA?list=PLqX1ZMrtiiky_HVV85-aIDKioOD78AxmA

Oct 5th, 2015, Hyperion Lyric Theatre, Los Angeles

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Four New Songs (videos)

Three of the videos below are from October 11th, 2015… Recorded at a place called Tuscany La Costa, in San Diego County.  Not one of them was perfect, but LIVE music seldom is… Shelly Markham was on the keys, and he and I only met each other two hours earlier, for a quick 20 minute run through… The evening was fun for all, and produced and hosted by Tim Moore.

The forth video is another one from October 5th, 2015 with Deirdre Moncy and Roger Aldi, at the Lyric Hyperion Theatre… There may be more coming from this night, and you may have missed the posting of a few others… If so, check the YouTube playlist, if you want to make sure to see everything.

Pass along your favorites, like, subscribe, follow… You know the drill. Ask anyone that is there in person, there’s nothing like being there to experience it LIVE and in person…

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My Wife The Dancer

Link: https://youtu.be/FQ9Bg_JMJfA


Link: https://youtu.be/I02lHa3jkHg

The Kid Inside

Link: https://youtu.be/HQjY_YY3iRg

How To Handle A Woman/What Kind Of Fool Am I

Link: https://youtu.be/GSrDSYmV4dI

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Tim Moore
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A little poster art I did for Tim

Snippet 90 Secs Unchained Melody

A 90 second snippet of Unchained Melody, from the October 5th, 2015 show. Deirdre Moncy & Tom Kiesche with Roger Aldi on the drums, at the Lyric Hyperion Theatre in Silverlake (Los Angeles).

Come to the next LIVE show, be a part of it, and watch & hear the entire song for yourselves!
Link: https://youtu.be/jaPmWPrwpwM


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Finally, Something Good

October 5th, at the Lyric Hyperion Theatre in Silverlake, was super fun and successful, not only did Deirdre, Roger and I have a blast, but so did the audience…

Anyway, some of you have begged for something good from me for years… well, happily, right now, I am literally presenting, Something Good.

Link: https://youtu.be/NFWipeq04tw

Please like, share, and pass along.

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This Sunday, October 11th (On Stage, Solo, in Carlsbad)


This Sunday, October 11th, I’ll be making an appearance in Tuscany La Costa, in Carlsbad, CA… singing four solo songs in a fun little mini-set… I don’t personally know the other singers, but I’m told they’re all very talented, and Shelly Markham will be at the piano, and he is super talented.

Here’s a link to the evening with more details.
Cover is $15 ahead of time and $20 at the door…


Night hosted and produced by: Tim Moore
For tickets, please call 760-929-8111.

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Seduction of Celebrity (another actor story)


My agents like a still picture from every set I work on, they used to post photos of their clients working on a wall, until the wall was filled, but I believe the true reason is to have photographic evidence that you indeed worked on the set, and the wardrobe you were wearing, for any questionable contract disputes down the line. Whatever the reason, they like to have a photo, a copy of the call sheet and the signed contract.

So… I was lining up my smartphone, to take a selfie, as they no longer take Polaroid photos on set, looking at the screen, trying to balance good lighting with a little of the set behind me… when I noticed one of the actors, who was hired to be a “celebrity,” posing, behind my camera, about 20 feet away… making a face, and striking an obnoxiously, bold, “I’m a famous rockstar,” pose.

I took my picture, and then suddenly realized, the actor might have been looking directly at the lens on the other side of my phone, and posing for me…

Honestly, I couldn’t help myself, as I lowered the camera, and words came out of my mouth that I had no intention of being so harsh.

His cohorts, other actors that were hired to play “stars” busted up laughing… It was such an absurd moment, that he just assumed I was taking his picture, and I believe one of them might have even tweeted about the moment he found it so funny.

Truthfully I didn’t say what I said to be funny, an ass, or to cut him down… I was just seriously shocked of how quick this twenty/thirty-something year old, went from, the day before, telling people it was his first commercial ever,  how he’s just started working as an actor, to posing for random shots, after eight hours, on location, where people were being paid to pretend that he was a famous, making-girl-crazy, celebrity.

“Did you think I was taking a picture of you? Why would I do that?”

Yet another funny moment in the biz that I want to remember for myself…  one more reminder to keep it real, and always keep your ego in check.

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PS. I did hesitate to post this, but I find it a completely interesting study, as time after time I see people fall to the seduction of celebrity, and into the ridiculousness of it all. And while I don’t believe I signed a confidentially agreement, I’m not naming the product or the character on purpose, as I don’t want to publicly ridicule or shame anyone… we’re all human, and we all get caught up by our own ego at times.