READ a story about Howie's virtual music shows in the Melrose Weekly News.

WHAT IS VIRTUAL ENTERTAINMENT?
Virtual entertainment is a show that is performed remotely and can be accessed with a laptop
computer, desktop computer, tablet or smartphone. This type of entertainment can be viewed at
home or in separate rooms, important factors in this era of social distancing.

WHAT'S AVAILABLE?
There are two options:

Live Zoom concerts
This is a live performance that is
transmitted to your device via Zoom, an
interactive meeting program.

Concert videos
The concert video is a pre-recorded show
that simulates a live performance. It is
viewed on the Internet via YouTube or on
local cable access.

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Howie's musical baseball show on Zoom was an engaging, educational, and fun

program. He kept things interesting with trivia, music and images. Well done!

Michelle Gario, Adult Services

Seekonk Public Library

TYPES OF SHOWS

ZOOM CONCERTS

Musical Baseball Show
Baseball songs, baseball trivia, stories about
Howie's days as a sportswriter and more.
Content can be tailored to any team or area
of the country.
 

MORE INFO      PROMO VIDEO      VIDEO SAMPLER

Music for Seniors
Classic songs of yesteryear, including
material from Sinatra, the Beatles and Johnny
Cash as well as show tunes and standards.
Also includes stories about the songs, trivia
questions and some G-rated humor.
Great for memory cafes!
 

MORE INFO      VIDEO SAMPLER

Folk and Fun
Funny original songs, Classic Rock covers
(Eagles, Tom Petty, Kinks, R.E.M., etc.). Short
comedy bits between songs and lots of
audience interaction.
Material is suitable for all ages.
 

MORE INFO      MUSIC SAMPLES 

VIDEOS

Musical Baseball Show
Same as the live show
Running time: 62 minutes

Music for Seniors

Same as the live show

16 songs (list)

Running time: 53 minutes

Music for Seniors

HOLIDAY EDITION

Same as the live show. Classic music of yesteryear  along with six holiday songs.

17 songs

Running time: 53 minutes

"Howie’s Music for Seniors video was a welcome bit of fun. Keeping with
social distancing guidelines, we played the concert floor-to-floor on a
rolling TV. Residents loved the classic songs and some even sang along."

Susan Gustin, Program Director
Providence House Assisted Living
Brighton, Mass.

FEES
Typical fees are $150 for each video and $200 for a live Zoom show.

This is negotiable. If you have a small facility and/or a limited budget, I'll work with you on a
mutually agreeable price. You can also partner with local organizations, senior centers, libraries
and cable access stations to share costs.

Discounts available for bundling products.

PUBLICITY
I have a strong background in journalism and public relations so I can help publicize the event (at
no additional cost) with photos and press releases.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Feel free to contact me if you need additional information or have any questions.

I can be reached at hjnewman@verizon.net or 781-662-2616.

VIRTUAL ENTERTAINMENT