The New Standards Holiday Special

The New Standards performing "Rattle My Bones" by The Suburbs featuring Batucada do Norte - Brazilian drumming ensemble. (Dan Huiting)
The New Standards Holiday Show, 2010
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Every holiday season, it has become tradition at The Current to welcome The New Standards to the Fitzgerald Theater. This year marks the fifth anniversary of The New Standards Holiday Show and the addition of a Friday night performance; plus a shorter, kid-friendly matinee on Sunday where Santa and his elf showed up to celebrate.

John Munson, Chan Poling, and Steve Roehm invite a plethora of musical guest on stage to help them create a nog-filled night of wonder. This year some of the special guests included Adam Levy, Ashleigh Still, Matt Wilson, Chris Koza, The Jeremy Messersmith Orchestra, The Ascots, and Gary Louris to mention a few...

Recorded on Friday and Saturday December 3 and 4th at the Fitzgerald Theater The New Standards Holiday show on 89.3 The Current.

Three Kings

New Pollution

Grinch - Featuring Katherine Lanper, Ashleigh Still, Adam Levy

What Child is this--Featuring Ashleigh Still

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

Walking in the Air -Featuring Chris Koza

I want You to Want me - Featuring The Ascots

Drummer Boy - Featuring the Batucada do Norte (Drum Group of the North)

Rattle My Bones -- Featuring the Batucada do Norte (Drum Group of the North)

Happy Holidays

Crazy--Featuring the Ascots

Favorite Things

Toxic - Featuring The Jeremy Messersmith Orchestra

Devil and The Deep Blue Sea - Featuring Ashleigh Still and Adam Levy

Without You -featuring Gary Louris

Humming Bird - Featuring Chris Koza

Snowbird - Featuring Matt Wilson

Snow Days - Featuring Matt Wilson (original Trip Shakespeare song)

Is That All there is (encore song)

The New Standards Holiday show was recorded at the Fitzgerald Theater on Friday and Saturday December 3rd & 4th by Michael Demark and Erik Stromstad, produced by Bethany Barberg. Special thanks to the Fitzgerald Theater staff: Tony Bol, Ellie McKinney, Tom Campbell and Alan Frechtman.