Macon, GA– Nicholas Olate and his father Richard Olate won the 2012 America’s Got Talent television competition.
The have been touring the country with their 11 performing pups.
Nicholas Olate said he has been performing with his father since he was about 5 years old.
“It all started with my father when he was a young man. He was actually very poor and he’s from Chile, South America and there’s a lot of stray dogs in Chile,” said Nicholas Olate. “So he got a dog off the street and then slowly through training and through patience and a lot of effort he slowly built up to where he is today.”
Each performance showcases a variety of the dogs’ talents.
They have a fashion show, comedy, film, and of course acrobatic tricks.
Nicholas Olate said the show really is a good time.
“You never know what kind of day somebody is having, you know?” said Nicholas Olate. “Somebody could have a rough day and they could come to your performance and have a good time for an hour and a half and maybe forget about their worries and just laugh and be filled with joy and that’s a wonderful thing. I think it’s just really great.”
The tour will continue on February 15th in Knoxville, TN at the Women’s Basketball Game at the University of Tennessee.
Seda Bağcan’s fifth album reminds us how deeply connected we are with all of those around us. These soothing and melodic mantras, which are all written and composed by Seda herself, enable us to eliminate pain, expand our creativity, and raise our consciousness. By eliminating negative forces and connecting with your infinite self beyond the physical realm, you will be able to live your true path with purpose, as the way that it is intended to be. And don’t forget that you, and everything that surrounds you are MIRACLES!
The album will be released digitally on January 22nd.
Kitaro will come to Fukuoka, Japan as a part of his Symphonic World Tour! The show will feature an extensive live production with a local orchestra on November 15th. Few tickets are still available for purchase.
Marking the 25th anniversary of its debut, Domo Records will reissue a deluxe edition of Kitaro’s critically acclaimed album “Kojiki” remastered from the original source tapes.
Accompanied by the string section from George Lucas’ Skywalker Symphony Orchestra, Kitaro masterfully recreates the depths of the ancient Kojiki chronicle which recounts the birth of Japan and its people.
This 2-disc set also includes an accompanying 55 minute DVD-Video that captures a memorable live performance from the artist’s 1990 World Tour.