We would like to thank all of our partners for some very successful shows and events over the past couple of months…
|Alan Dary and the WZID Wedding’s Expo
The NH Association for the Blind-Jose Feliciano
Cogee Entertainment and the Bob Marley Comedy Tour
All the performers on the WZID Christmas at the Palace Radio Show
The Morning Buzz and the Jimmy Dunn Comedy All Stars
The team at the American Heart Association for the Gala
The Palace Theatre and 1964 -The Tribute
The Claremont Opera House and the Jimmy Dunn Comedy All-Stars
The Palace and the Jimmy Dunn Comedy All-Stars
The Spotlight Café, Morning Buzz, Tony V and Kenny Rogerson
Deb Stone, Rico Barr, Beatle Juice, Royal Palace Dance Studio and the Evening of Giving
Comedian Lenny Clarke, the Palace Theatre, Claremont Opera House and the Morning Buzz
deSol and The Palace Theatre….
Hypnotist Frank Santos, the Claremont Opera House, Palace Theatre and the Rochester Opera House
And to everyone that helped or attended these events!
Stay tuned….more to come in 2009!
NH Tours information
In an effort to make going to concerts, casinos and amazing shows easy, stress free and fun, JJR Productions has been working with Colette Crisp and New Hampshire Tours to offer round trip luxury motor coach transportation to select concert, Broadway shows and gaming casinos.
If you wanted to see Jon Bon Jovi, the Rolling Stones, Blues Man Group, Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith, Martina McBride, Jimmy Buffett or go to Mohegan sun or to NYC to see WICKED you need to join www.nhtours.com....It’s FREE!
2006 Best of NH
Winner Christmas Show: The WZID Christmas at the Palace show at the Palace Theatre in Manchester is a festive hoot that showcases talent from in and around the state with celebrities and surprise guests like Livingston Taylor showing up at the last minute, just to join in the fun. Operated as a live-to-tape radio show, there’s a “North Pole Home Companion” vibe throughout and a sense of drama as the performances flow in and out of breaks for “station identification” and advertising. The audience really feels like a part of the act, and by the time the music and merry mayhem draws to a close, and the indoor snow machine cranks up, there’s a genuine feeling of peace on Earth and goodwill to all.
2007 Best of NH Winner
Hardest Working Man in Show Biz: Just about anything interesting going on in the entertainment world of central New Hampshire has the name Jim Roach (396-4220) attached to it in some way, or else he’s just backstage making sure things are running smoothly and on time. This former promotional director for WZID promotes, proclaims, encourages and “mother-hens” all variety of local acts and is the go-to guy for anyone wanting to tap into the institutional memory of the local entertainment business.