Who is Al Chance?
The Nature Coast now has a professional singer and recording artist who has been performing for over 40 years. Al has worked in bands, orchestras and vocal quartets in the New York City area, but most recentlty as a solo vocal artist. As such, he has performed in New Jersey, Tucson, El Paso, New Mexico, Spring Hill, Brooksville, The Villages, Port Richey, Lecanto and Homosassa. His performances are delivered singing over his own pre-recorded background music tracks - the same digital music technology that the world’s greatest singers today also utilize in their live acts.
Chance is known for his wide range and vocal imitative morphing skills in crossing styles and genres of music from Swing and Standards to Opera, R & B, Doo-Wop and Rock to today’s Latino & Country artists. He is one of the very few vocalists who can render everything from the baritone of Frank Sinatra to a Frankie Valli/Smokey Robinson falsetto, with every note on perfect pitch. He DOES NOT use “Vocal Tuners” or any other new technology devices to enhance his voice.
His vocalizations are reminiscent of
Jim Morrison (Doors)
Robert Lamm (Chicago)
Gary Puckett (Union Gap)
David Clayton Thomas (Blood, Sweat & Tears)
Levi Stubbs Four Tops)
and of course - Elvis!
Al Chance is available to entertain at your party or event, concert, wedding, and more with controlled volume conducive for social conversation. More info on following pages. DJ services are limited to spinning Hit JukeBox songs, easy listening Dinner & Cocktail Party music and Dance music during vocal rest breaks.
No lights ++++ No smoke ++++ No "BOOM-BOOM-BOOM" unless you want it.
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Singin' The Greatest Crooners of yesteryear thru TODAY!
A Solo Vocal Artist ( and Jukebox DJ ) for your event or party
Al uses a "Mic Shield" to protect his close up audiences from his strong vocality
Just don't ask me to sing thru a mask!!
The Italian Culture Experience In Citrus County
Can you remember when YOU felt like my granddaughter in this photo?
Ahhh, the simple pleasures of life are worth cultivating!