Ted and Carl look on as Gary makes adjustments to one of the new tracks.
Sing it, Pete!
Ted and Pete adjust the mics.
As all our fans know, we released our first album, Happy Hour, last summer.
This past Thursday night, we went back into the recording studio to start work on our newest project. We don’t want to say too much, just yet, but Gary Tullier, our sound-master extraordinaire, is helping us put together something new.
Fine Spirits performed at Dance Night at the Depot in Allen, Tx on March 28, 2015.
We boogied down last night in Allen, Texas, at Dance Night at the Depot, crooning some fine tunes. When we weren’t singing, we hit the dance floor a bit with our wives as Jeannie Clark Fisher serenaded everyone sweetly.
It was our first time to publicly perform three of our newest songs: “Happy Together,” “A Little Help From My Friends,” and “Joy To The World (Jeremiah Was A Bullfrog).”
Fine Spirits performed at Starbucks in McKinney, Saturday, Dec 6, 2014
We got downright jolly this morning at the Starbucks at Eldorado and Hardin in McKinney, singing some Christmas tunes as the holiday shoppers came in for their lattes and frappucinos. We jingled some bells for Ole Saint Nick and heard some angels sweetly singly on high, all in four-part harmony.
If you missed us, be sure to catch us next week as we fa-la-la-lah-lahh (and possibly d-boww boww boww) at the “Cocoa, Cookies, and Carols” Christmas Variety Show presented by Note-ably North Texas Chorus. Our album Happy Hour will be available for sale at the show!
What a beautiful day to make our annual trip down to Grand Prairie to audition to sing our National Anthem at Lone Star Park. In the past we were asked to sing on opening day for the Spring racing season. We hope to get selected again. It is a fun place to be on race day, with all the horses and hubbub.
While we were warming up in the uncommonly quiet courtyard area, a newsman smiled and said we “need more practice” and that we “better sing it again”. They came over and set their cameras in front of us to sing once more. With our warm up complete, Carl answered a few questions about us and we went in to our audition.
We all agreed that the 12 year old singer that went ahead of us (Liam), has a nice set of pipes. A big sound from a small body.
We will let you know if we get selected to sing.
Warming up in the Grand Prairie Sunlight
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Singing our National Anthem for an Allen Americans game
Chris delivering the Fine Spirits wave to the crowd
We sang our new arrangement of ‘The Star Spangled Banner” for the Allen Americans at the Allen Events Center. Our rendition was well received considering the compliments and the fact that none of us got checked into the boards as we shuffled off the ice.
The Allen Americans beat The St. Charles Chill 3-1. It’s a great venue and a well run & entertaining event.
Fine Spirits was excited to be part of ringing in Christmas at St Gabriel the Archangel by singing prelude music with the choir and several talented soloists. Our own lead, Carl Reinelt, closed out the prelude music by presenting “Sweet Little Jesus Boy”… a cappella of course!
Thanks to Music Director, David Cloutier, for including us again this year. Welcome Christmas.
We recently enjoyed the opportunity to welcome many Allen Americans (and a handful of Brampton Beast) fans to a December game by caroling on the concourse as they arrived for the game. Thanks to fans and friends who sang along and danced with holiday spirit!
We will be singing The National Anthem for a game against St Charles on Sunday, January 26th. It is a great setting and so close to home.
Consider coming out to sing with us and take in a game.