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John Berry performs holiday dates

Wednesday, November 26, 2008 – John Berry is doing an annual rite of November and December - his 13th consecutive holiday music tour. The first half of the show is comprised of his hits, and the second half is The Christmas Show. The tour winds down in his native Georgia on Dec. 22.

Tour dates are:
Nov. 28 - Jackson, TN
Nov. 29 - Kalamazoo, MI - The State Theatre
Nov. 30 - Valparaiso, IN
Dec. 1 - Detroit Lakes, MN
Dec. 2 - Grand Rapids, MN
Dec. 3 - Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Dec. 4-6 - Regina, SK, Canada
Dec. 7 - Moose Jaw, SK, Canada - Mae Wilson Theatre
Dec. 9 - Saskatoon, SK, Canada
Dec. 10 - Carlyle, SK, Canada
Dec. 11 - Calgary, AB, Canada - Deerfoot Casino
Dec. 12 - Sherwood Park, AB, Canada
Dec. 14 - Maple Ridge, BC, Canada
Dec. 16 - Yountville, CA
Dec. 17 - Tuolumne, CA
Dec. 18 - Bakersfield, CA
Dec. 22 - Watkinsville, GA


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CD review - What I Love the Most On his first release in four years, powerhouse vocalist John Berry sounds like he hasn't lost a step. Long revered for his soulful pipes and heartfelt songwriting, Berry keeps that candle lit and burning bright throughout a 10-track selection that taps into warm, radio ready country vibes that fit right within the artist's wheelhouse. "She's Mine" leads the record off with a solid mid-tempo ramble that manages to toe the line between pop and country, while ...
Whether you're one who has "taken a shine" to John Berry's music or not, you have to at least give the singer/songwriter credit for making a live album the right way. Berry's studio albums sometimes get bogged down underneath the performer's over-the-top sentimentalism, but with a satchel full of funny stories, plus live audiences to keep him on track, this collection presents the man as a likable entertainer. Recorded at various tour stops between Bakersfield and Kalamazoo, this album leaves ...
John Berry recorded this latest in the basement of his Athens, Ga. home, and while it doesn't exactly sound homemade, it does retain a little more warmth than your average slick studio creation. Berry has always sung with a sincere heart-on-his-sleeve sound to his voice, and this album is true to that established form. In a sense, his performances are closer to Christopher Cross's adult contemporary odes, instead of traditional country music. His musical backing also settles for more pop and less ...


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