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Well, I was listening to my 'Among The Heather' cd and was wondering if there is any new news from the CZ camp? Think I'll shoot over to his site just to see what is going on... rolleyes.gif Still need to order the Christmas cd...should have had one of my kids give it to me as a 'gift' biggrin.gif


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Hi, Amy! So nice to hear from you! Hope you had a good Christmas. It's not too late to get a Christmas CD...it's still cold out. Although not in AZ, I guess. biggrin.gif

Charlie is coming to Richmond next Saturday to sing at a Burn's Night supper there...I can't wait! Tad and Mark will be with him, and it should be a great show! It will be so nice to see them all again. My sisters and I are going to try to sell 1000 of his CDs that night. tongue.gif

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Hi again Hannah...I hope Christmas was wonderful for you and that 2006 has gotten off to a great start!

Please check back in with me and let me know how the concert goes! I think if I can manage it, I'd really like to see CZ in a smaller setting...but I guess I will be happy for anything!

Thanks for checking in!
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I just want to say I heard you sing the Star Spangled Banner and I have never in my entire life heard anyone that can sing it as well as you do. You have a great talent thank you for sharing that..

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The latest new direct from Charlie Zahm:

Happy New Year! I hope 2007 is a great year for all of you--- filled with love, family and friends. I look forward to singing for you from time to time, and I hope our paths cross soon.

Well, for me the big news is that I will be recording---in concert ---a live DVD and CD, and you are invited to this free show with my awesome 6-piece band of great musical friends Feb. 13, 2007 at the Milburn Stone Memorial Theater at Cecil Community College in North East, Maryland. This is a GORGEOUS state-of- the-art 500-seat theater, with the evening show at 7:30 p.m.There is also a 2 p.m. taping for a smaller audience; if you want to be a part of that, please send me an email and let me know.

I was approached by a fine Nashville-based media company, and while contracts are still be mailed around at this writing all is a “go.” We musicians are working on the songs (some traditional, some new, some written by me), and now all we need is YOU there to make the evening complete! The DVD and matching CD will be
available in late March.

The best way to reserve tickets is still being worked out, but if you can come, please email me, let me know how many in your party can definitely come, and tickets will be reserved for you at the box office. You can also contact the box office directly, but please do not do that until the beginning of February to ensure we have everything in place for that. I will be working together with the theater help ensure that goes smoothly, and that those who want to go can be there after
giving us a holler!

See more info about this show at this link below, more performances
are added as they are confirmed. Click here:

http://www.charliezahm.com/schedule.html


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The latest news from Charlie Zahm:


Happy Spring Everybody! While it does not really
*seem* like Spring here in the Mid-Atlantic, I am
assured by reliable sources it is indeed Spring. I had
to remind myself of that while I scraped ice off my
car a couple of days ago after that Nor’easter…

I HAVE A BRAND NEW DVD/CD PROJECT!

“Charlie Zahm: An Evening of Classic Melodies”

I am so excited to have worked with Franklin Springs
Family Media of Nashville to produce this live concert
performance with my band (Tad Marks - fiddle/Steve
Hobson – lead guitar/Joe Spinelli – upright bass/Cheryl
Prashker – percussion/and Suzanne McNeil-Zahm lending
more vocals). I could not be happier with the end result:
Franklin Springs put together a beautifully crafted visual
production, capturing the music perfectly. Even though
the entire production was threatened by a terrible snow
and ice storm that very day (February 13, 2007) a hardy
audience made it through the elements to join my band,
the Franklin Springs crew, and the wonderful folks
from the Milburn Stone Theater in North East,
Maryland, to put a show together I will be so proud of
for a long, long time. I hope you enjoy it too!

Here is the list of songs included on the DVD:

Westering Home/Maid of Fyvie
Poor Wayfaring Stranger
All Through the Night
Follow Me up to Carlow
Loch Lomond
Summer Rains
Out on the Mira
Mairi’s Wedding/Mason’s Apron
Farewell to Nova Scotia
Geordie
Planxty Fanny Power/O’Carolon’s Concerto
Be Thou My Vision
Minstrel Boy
Sweet Virginia
General Taylor
Lighthouse on the Shore
Scotland the Brave

On the CD version you have all of the above (except
Loch Lomond), PLUS “Memory” (from the musical
“Cats”) and “Wade in the Water.” Please see this link for
a clip from the new DVD (choose WMV Small (4.7 Mb)
unless you have very high speed internet):

http://www.charliezahm.com/video3.html

You can see lots of photos of the concert on my website
“Fan Pics” page too. Audio song clips will be added shortly
to the CD page. A big thanks to John McGlinchey for
updating my website so quickly to include all the new info.
I really appreciate it John!!!

DVD-CD RELEASE CONCERT
I hope you can enjoy an intimate evening with me at the
Troubadour Folk Club, Churchville Nature Center,
Saturday, May 5 – A Cinco de Mayo CD/DVD release
concert! Please see this link for all the details (or visit the
schedule on my website):

http://www.thetroubadour.org

Of course the DVD and CD will be at all my concert
and festivals appearances as well.

**********

I am also very happy to announce that my hour-long
collection of music videos shot entirely in Scotland called
“Out of the Mists”, formerly only available on VHS in now
available on DVD. DVDs bring such beautiful clean pictures
and sounds thanks to digital quality. Here is a link to it, and
I hope you enjoy this too, and a big thanks to Michael Fitch!

http://www.charliezahm.com/video1.html

**********
If you are in a position to need my mailing address,
please note it has changed and is available on my website.

**********

I don’t really look for video clips of me on the web, but
this one came to my attention not too long ago which
was kind of neat, posted by an attendee of the San Antonio
Independent Christian Film Festival last year. I am
singing “Remember the Alamo.” Look at that huge
screen! The Alamo is just down the road from the
Convention Center where this was filmed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYUei-vWxGc

**********

Dale Fetwick is a really great guy, smart as a tack,
and with a sense of humor I and a few other people
“get.” He was at the live DVD taping, and created this
comic strip from the evening. Please note this comic
strip has nothing to do with what happened that night
(Dale would want you to know that, and I do too).

http://web.mac.com/fetwick1/iWeb/Site/The%...ppy%20Zahm.html

**********
We are planning another Celtic Concert Cruise with
Fan Club Cruises for next year! We *just* decided
on the itinerary, and we would love it if you came.
Below are preliminary cruise details, much more to be
posted on my site soon:

Carnival Liberty, May 4-10, 2008.
May 4 -- Depart Ft. Lauderdale
May 5 -- Key West (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)
May 6 -- Fun day at sea
May 7 -- Grand Cayman (7:00 am to 4:00 pm)
May 8 -- Ocho Rios (7:00 am to 3:30 pm)
May 9 -- Fun Day at Sea
May 10 - Return to Ft. Lauderdale

See more info about this show at this link below,
more performances are added as they are confirmed.
Click here:

http://www.charliezahm.com/schedule.html

***********

Many other CDs and Tapes, get 'em while they're hot:

http://www.charliezahm.com/albums.html

As always, thanks so much for letting me sing for
you, and I will see you down the road!

Charlie
[email protected]
http://www.charliezahm.com

***********
Remember, I perform in MANY non-public events,
those events are not detailed here. Please contact me
if you'd like to bring my music to your special
engagement. Also, if you know about concert series
or festival I should do, please let them and me know!

Please ALWAYS call the performance venue to
ensure my schedule hasn't changed.

If you wish to be removed from this newsletter, please
send me an Email with the word "REMOVE" in the
subject field.

Charlie


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Posted: 21-Apr-2007, 12:15 PM
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The latest news from Charlie Zahm:


Happy Spring Everybody! While it does not really
*seem* like Spring here in the Mid-Atlantic, I am
assured by reliable sources it is indeed Spring. I had
to remind myself of that while I scraped ice off my
car a couple of days ago after that Nor’easter…

I HAVE A BRAND NEW DVD/CD PROJECT!

“Charlie Zahm: An Evening of Classic Melodies”

I am so excited to have worked with Franklin Springs
Family Media of Nashville to produce this live concert
performance with my band (Tad Marks - fiddle/Steve
Hobson – lead guitar/Joe Spinelli – upright bass/Cheryl
Prashker – percussion/and Suzanne McNeil-Zahm lending
more vocals). I could not be happier with the end result:
Franklin Springs put together a beautifully crafted visual
production, capturing the music perfectly. Even though
the entire production was threatened by a terrible snow
and ice storm that very day (February 13, 2007) a hardy
audience made it through the elements to join my band,
the Franklin Springs crew, and the wonderful folks
from the Milburn Stone Theater in North East,
Maryland, to put a show together I will be so proud of
for a long, long time. I hope you enjoy it too!

Here is the list of songs included on the DVD:

Westering Home/Maid of Fyvie
Poor Wayfaring Stranger
All Through the Night
Follow Me up to Carlow
Loch Lomond
Summer Rains
Out on the Mira
Mairi’s Wedding/Mason’s Apron
Farewell to Nova Scotia
Geordie
Planxty Fanny Power/O’Carolon’s Concerto
Be Thou My Vision
Minstrel Boy
Sweet Virginia
General Taylor
Lighthouse on the Shore
Scotland the Brave

On the CD version you have all of the above (except
Loch Lomond), PLUS “Memory” (from the musical
“Cats”) and “Wade in the Water.” Please see this link for
a clip from the new DVD (choose WMV Small (4.7 Mb)
unless you have very high speed internet):

http://www.charliezahm.com/video3.html

You can see lots of photos of the concert on my website
“Fan Pics” page too. Audio song clips will be added shortly
to the CD page. A big thanks to John McGlinchey for
updating my website so quickly to include all the new info.
I really appreciate it John!!!

DVD-CD RELEASE CONCERT
I hope you can enjoy an intimate evening with me at the
Troubadour Folk Club, Churchville Nature Center,
Saturday, May 5 – A Cinco de Mayo CD/DVD release
concert! Please see this link for all the details (or visit the
schedule on my website):

http://www.thetroubadour.org

Of course the DVD and CD will be at all my concert
and festivals appearances as well.

**********

I am also very happy to announce that my hour-long
collection of music videos shot entirely in Scotland called
“Out of the Mists”, formerly only available on VHS in now
available on DVD. DVDs bring such beautiful clean pictures
and sounds thanks to digital quality. Here is a link to it, and
I hope you enjoy this too, and a big thanks to Michael Fitch!

http://www.charliezahm.com/video1.html

**********
If you are in a position to need my mailing address,
please note it has changed and is available on my website.

**********

I don’t really look for video clips of me on the web, but
this one came to my attention not too long ago which
was kind of neat, posted by an attendee of the San Antonio
Independent Christian Film Festival last year. I am
singing “Remember the Alamo.” Look at that huge
screen! The Alamo is just down the road from the
Convention Center where this was filmed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYUei-vWxGc

**********

Dale Fetwick is a really great guy, smart as a tack,
and with a sense of humor I and a few other people
“get.” He was at the live DVD taping, and created this
comic strip from the evening. Please note this comic
strip has nothing to do with what happened that night
(Dale would want you to know that, and I do too).

http://web.mac.com/fetwick1/iWeb/Site/The%...ppy%20Zahm.html

**********
We are planning another Celtic Concert Cruise with
Fan Club Cruises for next year! We *just* decided
on the itinerary, and we would love it if you came.
Below are preliminary cruise details, much more to be
posted on my site soon:

Carnival Liberty, May 4-10, 2008.
May 4 -- Depart Ft. Lauderdale
May 5 -- Key West (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)
May 6 -- Fun day at sea
May 7 -- Grand Cayman (7:00 am to 4:00 pm)
May 8 -- Ocho Rios (7:00 am to 3:30 pm)
May 9 -- Fun Day at Sea
May 10 - Return to Ft. Lauderdale

See more info about this show at this link below,
more performances are added as they are confirmed.
Click here:

http://www.charliezahm.com/schedule.html

***********

Many other CDs and Tapes, get 'em while they're hot:

http://www.charliezahm.com/albums.html

As always, thanks so much for letting me sing for
you, and I will see you down the road!

Charlie
[email protected]
http://www.charliezahm.com

***********
Remember, I perform in MANY non-public events,
those events are not detailed here. Please contact me
if you'd like to bring my music to your special
engagement. Also, if you know about concert series
or festival I should do, please let them and me know!

Please ALWAYS call the performance venue to
ensure my schedule hasn't changed.

If you wish to be removed from this newsletter, please
send me an Email with the word "REMOVE" in the
subject field.

Charlie


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Thanks for posting this Macfive.. I can't wait to hear the new project An Evening of Classic Melodies. Great news!

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I just got the new album and it is terrific!!
What a great collection of songs. Charlie has never sounded better and he is accompanied by his fantastic band! One of my favorite songs is a new one written by Charlie called Summer Rains! You've got to hear this one!
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This goes for any of the musicians on Celtic Radio, but if you do end up buying their album please drop the musician a note from their website that you purchased the CD because of Celtic Radio.

There is no way to track this stuff and by letting artists know about Celtic Radio it will allow us to keep receiving new CDs to play!

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I really enjoy Charlie. This is my first exposure to this kind of music but I certainly enjoy it. (Couldn't believe the voice coming out of that body smile.gif

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News comes from Charlie Zahm about a new CD in the works!

"If you enjoyed "Scotland’s Heroes" and "American Scrapbook," you will love the new project in discussion with Infinity Dance Theater/Kitty Lunn/Andrew Macmillan of New York City. Andrew, with his great bass-baritone speaking voice, is putting pen to paper in organizing a wonderful tribute to Robert Burns, the poet of Scotland. Andrew and Kitty are choosing passages from favorite Burns works, as well as historical notes, and working with me to choose some of the most beautiful and important works of Burns that have been put to music, and we hope to have this project available by Jan. 25, 2008. Jan 25 is of course the Bard’s birthday, and this is the best birthday gift we can give him!"
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I just received Charlie's Robert Burns tribute CD "The Immortal Memory, A Tribute to Scottish Poet Robert Burns" in the mail today and here are some comments:

As most artists age their voice will start to change, usually losing a little of their upper range and gaining in the lower register. It would appear Charlie Zahm has discovered a secret elixir or the fountain of youth because I think he is at his peak with most, if not all of the vocals on this album!

When I think Charlie Zahm I think baritone (this may be just a misconception on my part) but on this album he hits some notes (especially on the song "Green Grow The Rashes, O") that would make any tenor proud!

This Album is an another example of great voice of Charlie Zahm, with excellent orchestration, and some interesting narration by Mr. Andrew Macmillan with Robert Burns poems and information that many may be unaware of. This should be a welcome addition to both Charlie Zahm and Robert Burns fan's collections! thumbs_up.gif


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I own Charlie's CD's and have seen him in person. Truly a talented artist who loves to entertain with his wonderful voice and stage presence. His live performances surpass his recorded music, yet they are inspiring, fun and full of spirit.
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