Recorded Concert Gifts

Struggling for a perfect gift for a loved one for their birthday, Christmas, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Grandparents Day? Here is the perfect solution – a customized CD or DVD recorded especially for your mom, dad, grandmom, grandpop, aunt, uncle or anyone else with their favorite music. Having given thousands of live performances in senior centers, skilled nursing, assisted living and independent living, I have a huge repertoire of songs to choose from and know how to engage seniors. Listen to me here.

  1. Once you have purchased a concert I will email you and ask you to provide some information about your loved one so that I can talk to them directly on the recording.
  2. I will ask you to include up to 10 songs that you know they would love to hear. I will record a DVD or CD specifically for them.
  3. Choose to have it mailed to your loved one or to you for gifting later.
  4. It’s simple. Let’s get started.

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  1. Adam

    Hi Anthony,

    I really love what you stand for in your journey of helping elderly citizens have joy and happiness through your voice.

    I too have fallen into this journey and realize that it’s a gift and a “privilege” from God to help these wonderful people.

    Your video in the right column there really struck a chord with me as many of the beautiful people I sing for with early onset, then more advanced dementia right through to bedside palliative care often have the same response as you mention.

    One I really remember is a 98 year old lady, who had advanced dementia and I felt compelled on Xmas day last year 2014, to go and sing for her… There was noone at that home to be with her on that last xmas day for her, but she hummed along with me for 30 minutes or so.

    It wasn’t until 2 weeks later that I found out she passed and was in our local paper and I found out she was a soprano in her earlier years and that entertainment was her life, this of course brought a tear to my eyes and a smile to my heart knowing I gave her that last little bit of joy.

    God Bless you for doing what you do and I’ll be keeping your mission in my prayers my friend.