Saturday, May 12, 2018
Hey pallies, likes are totally totally thrillin' it is to know that many many of today's marvelous music artists give the coolest of cool credit to our most beloved Dino for learnin' the awesome art of entertainin' from our King of Cool. Today, once 'gain we give a noteworthy nod to supreme singer Mr. Paul Thorn who once 'gain has given a noteworthy nod to our most most beloved Dino.
Likes from the online presence of Tampa Bay Newspapers comes an amazin' article of Mr. Thorn, who last night, May 11, played the Capitol Theatre in Clearwater, Florida. As the prose relates, "'Thorn is touring in support of “Don’t Let the Devil Ride,' his new gospel-influenced record.”
And, as part of the promo materials for Paul's latest tour, he once 'gain lauds our Dino for learnin' the awesome art of "showmanship."
We are absolutely awed when today's success singers proudly proclaim the incredible influence that our Dino has on their life and careers. And, likes this is the third Dino-report we are makin' on how our Dino has help formed Thorn's talents. Likes if you clicks HERE, you will find two other remarkable reports from Mr. Thorn raisin' the praise on our one and only Dino.
We thankfully thanks Mr. Paul Thorn for his continual powerful praisin' of the deep difference that our Dino has made in his career, and to the folks at Tampa Bay Newspapers for makin' Thorn's Dino-testimony part of their offerin' To check this out in it's original format, so that you can read the prose in total, simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram.
Yours in Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
Paul Thorn to play Capitol Theatre May 11
TBN Staff May 9, 2018
CLEARWATER – Paul Thorn will perform Friday, May 11, 8 p.m., at Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater.
Tickets start at $26. Call 727-791-7400 or visit www.atthecap.com.
Thorn is touring in support of “Don’t Let the Devil Ride,” his new gospel-influenced record.
“Showmanship is a dying art that I learned from watching Dean Martin on TV when I was a kid,” Thorn said in a biographical sketch provided by Blind Ambition Management. “He could tell little jokes and then deliver a serious song, then make you laugh again. And he would look into the camera like he was looking right at you through the TV. That’s what I want to do – make people feel like I’m talking directly to them.”
Posted by dino martin peters at 7:31 AM