Paso Robles — Mike Chamberlin, aka the “The Signing TV Guy,” will be the dinner speaker and entertainer for the upcoming Estrella Warbird Museum dinner meeting April 4.
“I have dedicated my musical life to honoring ‘The Greatest Generation.’ We owe everything to those who fought, served or died in WWII. So I honor them the only way I know how… through music and a show I call ‘Love Songs Of WWII.’” said Chamberlin.
Chamberlin has performed “Love Songs of WWII” for more than 2,000 Senior Centers and Historical Societies, including last month at San Juan Capistrano Historical Society which sold out and they, added a second show. Chamberlin will perform at the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda July 8.
He says that some of the greatest love songs of all time came out of the early 1940s and the “call to arms,” songs like “You’ll Never Know” and “White Cliffs Of Dover.” Chamberlin finds the storytelling of these songs is fascinating and informative.
“It’s a wonderful way to honor and pay respect to all veterans. Being a Vietnam veteran myself, I absorbed these songs through my parents, as did many baby boomers,” said Chamberlin.
The public is invited and reservations are being made. Dinner is $20 with a no-host bar. To make a reservation, please call (805) 296-1935
. Reservations must be made before noon
Monday, April 2. Doors open at 6 p.m.
with dinner at 7 p.m.