The Gerry Gessie 'duo' Show

The Gerry Gessie 'duo' Show

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High energy, audience interaction, wholesome family comedy, fun-filled musical show! Audiences become the stars at a Gerry Gessie Show! Gerry's musical versatility makes this show perfect for all occasions and for audiences of all ages. Senior friend, happy music, a fun time for all.

Biography

Proud Member of the Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs. A natural for reading his audiences of any age, a consumate entertainer. This Guitar Master & Innovator, performed with industry luminaries including, Les Paul, Lou Pallo, The Shirelles, The Rascals and The Four Seasons. Guitarists who appreciate fine guitar music will enjoy hearing and learning about Gerry's innovation, the Heritage "Little One" Guitar as featured in Guitar Player and Guitar World Magazine. The Heritage Company honored Gerry by placing his signature on every crafted Little One Guitar. Gerry has been a guest speaker at The Berkeley College of Music in Boston, initiated the first Performing Arts Musical Project at the Morris Center YMCA (NJ) and taught from beginner to advanced guitar instruction to Y Members of all ages. He had the distinct honor of introducing and playing his Heritage Little One Guitar at the Summer NAMM Show in Nashville, TN and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH. Ronnie's dance background is evident as she incorporates a segment in the show by teaching easy-to-learn line dancing. A natural at reading her audience, Ronnie has a knack of drawing the audience into each show. She'll also teach easy-to-learn country line dances.

Discography

Will gladly send CD upon request
1. Don't Doubt My Love/Ballad/Selected to be on the soundtrack of The James Dean Story.
2. Mysterious Lady/Bluesy/Older woman seducing a younger man.
3. How Could We Know/Ballad/Two friends fall in love, unexpectedly.
4. Honey/upbeat swing/Friendships
5. Poor Man's Star/Country flavor/Gerry's signature song - earning a living playing the guitar

Set List

Literally perform hundreds of songs. Including but not limited to these fine artists: Springsteen, Beatles, Elvis, Beach Boys, ZZ Top, Bob Seiger, Chuck Berry, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn, Billy Ray Cyrus, Doobie Brothers, Eagles, Rolling Stones. My sets generally are 40/20, of course, it all depends on the length of time of a particular show.