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Introducing "A Bit of Nostalgia"

Introducing "A Bit of Nostalgia"

Let the memories live again….

"A Bit of Nostalgia", a rare and talented family act, originated with the senior crooner John, who after a solo career, had the pleasure of being joined by his two sons Reagan and Ryan, and so the trio was born.

A Vegas style act with a unique charisma that reaches out to the audience, taking them back to those magical moments in their musical past. They have shared the stage with such legends as Jerry and the Pacemakers, Terry Sylvester of the Hollies, The Diamonds, The Marvelettes, The Platters, The Inkspots, Badfinger, Billy J. Kramer and many others.

"A Bit of Nostalgia" performed at the Black Tie Gala at the prestigious Royal Montreal Golf Club for the President`s Cup. They have also performed at many other world famous golf clubs, the casino circuit, many functions including The Shriners National Convention, Lioness's Eastern Ontario Luncheon, United Way Events, and many other charitable functions. They were part of the original Legends Tour that performed throughout the province. They have also enjoyed return engagements at many popular dinner clubs, theatres, hotels and restaurants around the province. They have also been privileged to be included in many couples wedding festivities.

The trio became a duo, when Ryan became our first Canadian Idol. His first album achieved four times platinum. Since then he has been recording and touring world-wide with his own band Low Level Flight. Ryan enjoys re-uniting with his Dad and brother, Reagan, for special shows, and events.

Whether it`s a small venue, your fundraiser, town festival, a black-tie gala, or your own special event, "A Bit of Nostalgia" provides you with original interpretations of music`s most celebrated icons, spanning the last sixty years. Every show evokes excitement, that irresistible urge to get up and dance, and warm nostalgic memories of the way it used to be.

For booking information please contact:

John Malcolm
Email: abitofnostalgia@hotmail.com