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June 27, 2013 Posted by admin in Live, Pops, Stage

New Pops Dates Announced

After a successful debut at Cleveland's famed Severance Hall in 2012, 2013 shapes up to be another orchestra filled season as Connor returns for another four scheduled concerts with the award winning ensemble. Read more
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Alaska Bound

Join the Matinee Idols June 2nd through the 11th as they perform on Princess Cruises' "Diamond Princess" through the great white way of Southeastern Alaska. Sailing out of Vancouver, BC, this 10 day engagement will feature stops in Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway and Whittier and two full-band mainstage shows along the way in the Princess Theater.
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Matinee Idols Caribbean Tour

Connor and the boys will be spending the rest of winter and the upcoming spring crisscrossing the Caribbean islands on Royal Caribbean International. From four headlining contracts on The Enchantment of The Seas porting in Baltimore, Maryland, to a repeat engagement on the Explorer of The Seas from Bayonne, New Jersey, and culminating with a 16 day contract on the Radiance class Jewel of the Seas from Tampa. Destinations include The US Virgin Islands (St. Thomas, St. Marteen) Puerto Rico, The Cayman Islands, Haiti, The Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Cozumel, Mexico.
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Guest starring on the Beatles with Rev Pie

Come watch Connor join the premier Beatles tribute band "Revolution Pie" on Saturday January 19th starting at 7:00pm at Sokol Hall in Cleveland, OH. Connor, along with former bandmates Rob Covert, and Chris Spisak will join the band to sing "Let It Be", and the iconic "Yesterday". Followed by a revolving lineup of the midwest's best musicians as they perform the Fab Four's greatest hits. Read more
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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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