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Connor Bogart O'Brien - What's in a name?

Hi guys, my name is Connor O'Brien.

I don't know if you got the memo, but my name is eerily similar to a certain late night talk show host.

I never had this problem growing up. When I was a boy I didn't even know of anyone named Connor, let alone Connor O'Brien. That's probably because I lived in the United States and not Ireland. if I had grown up in Dublin, no one would have batted an eye at my Gaelic moniker. Connor O'Brien over there is more akin to "Bob Smith" over here, it's very common. These days is a completely different story. Read more

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New York City Shows

The Matinee Idols will be heading to the big apple this Sunday Sept. 9th, and Weds. Sept. 26th for two shows on board P&O ships docked at the Chelsea Pier in Manhattan. European guests aboard The Arcadia and The Aurora docked for the night in NYC will be treated to two shows a night from the group.

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Matinee Idols at The New World Center, Miami

The Matinee Idols have been selected as the debut performers for the Performing Arts Exchange festival in beautiful Miami Florida. The boys will be performing September 19th at the state-of-the-art, Frank Gehry-designed, New World Center. Considered one of the world's most technologically advanced concert venues, The NWC epitomizes the intersection between music and architecture. Read more

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Olympic voyage with the Queen Mary II

The Matinee Idols head to London next month for a special 2012 Olympic trans-Atlantic crossing aboard the Cunard Line's "Queen Mary II". They will perform two full shows on two nights, including their Broadway show featuring selections from the great white way. Cunard (formerly the Cunard-White Star Line) is a leader of trans-Atlantic crossings, known for their opulence and British tradition, and are perhaps most famous for "The Carpathia", the ship who rescued the survivors of the ill-fated "Titanic" disaster. See you in London!
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Debut performance with the Cleveland Pops

After having to cancel his first appearance due to a double booking, Connor will finally be making his official debut as a soloist with The Cleveland Pops Orchestra November 2nd, 2012 at the famed severance Hall in Cleveland, OH.  Led by conductor extraordinaire Carl Topilow, the evening will feature the music of the great white way and celebrate classic Broadway songwriting teams such as Lerner and Lowe, Rodgers and Hammerstein and more.  Purchase tickets online at Clevelandpops.com
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