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The Orleans Blog

Tour Dates from Previous Years

2023 Orleans Gig Calendar 18 February 2023 Combo Event Tucson, AZ – Fox Theater with Pablo Cruise7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Fox Tucson Theater, 17 West Congress St. Tucson, AZ

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Time-Life infomercial goes LIVE!

Shot in early August ’22 at a house on the Jersey shore (no, it’s not ours), it’s their latest collection of CDs featuring many acts we’ve toured or recorded with. Archival videos of us performing Still the One and Dance With Me back in the day are sprinkled in.

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A Christmas Message from Orleans

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukah, Kwansaa, the Winter Solstice or whatever … even if “Bah! Humbug!” is the best you can do right now … all of us here at Orleans Central wish ALL of our fans and friends around the world a most Joyous Holiday Season and a very peaceful and prosperous New Year!

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John and Lance Host Time-Life CD Infomercial

This past week, John and I (Lance) went to the Jersey shore to shoot the next Time-Life 30-minute infomercial. The new 70s/80s 4-disc soft rock compilation is called “Summer Breeze Collection.” Dance With Me and Still the One are included in the playlist, as are songs from many of the artists we’ve had the good fortune to work with over the years, including …

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The demise of OrleansOnline.com!

Many of you are aware that the website has been offline for a couple of months now. I will never understand HOW the domain name URL expired without any kind of notification. But it did … and the way I found out about it is by having some fans ask “where did the website go?”

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The state of Orleans live in 2022

A lot can happen over 50 years. Orleans started as a trio (John, Larry and Wells) and I (Lance) was fortunate enough to climb on board before the first album was made. Since then, the live band has seen about a dozen different iterations (depending on how you count them). Each had at least 2 and usually 3 of the original 4 members in it, as others came and went.

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