Actor, Singer, Songwriter
Are you going to be playing in Vancouver again or near there soon?
Found out the info in our local paper in an ad this Saturday and am sending out this information to my friends!
The Buddy Holly Story which sold out Arts Club Theatre with Zachary Stevenson is coming to the Genesis Theatre in Ladner on Saturday May 7th at 8pm. (Will also be at the Bell Theatre in Surrey on May 11th and the Act Theatre in Maple Ridge on May 15th)
He is amazing and he’ll have you wanting to get up and dance! Call the Bell Centre 604.507….6355 or go to http://www.bellperformingartscentre.com .
I SEEN ZACHARY AND HIS BACK UP BAND AT THE NEW THEATER IN OVERLAND PARK KS THIS MONTH. WHAT A TERRIFIC FAST PACED SHOW IT WAS. HE AND THE BAND HAD THE AUDIENCE JUMP’IN. WHAT A LOSS TO LOOSE
BUDDY, RITCHIE AND THE BIG BOPPER THE “DAY THE MUSIC DIED”. ZACHARY AND BAND YOU WERE GREAT. SUCH TALENT.
THANK YOU FOR HELPING US TO REMEMBER OUR YOUTH. THE MUSIC TODAY DOES NOT COMPARE TO 50’S ROCK & ROLL.
I AM A 75 YEAR OLD SENIOR
THANKS DWANE! I’m so honoured to be able to extend the life of such a talent who left us so soon.
I thought you might enjoy reading this new five-star review of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story. Thanks!
I have been a Buddy Holly fan since his first song hit WHB, way back then!
Now, after my first time seeing “Buddy”, I am a Zachary Stevenson fan. I was 54 years younger last night!
Thank you, Zach!
Thank you Don. And RAVE ON!
Wondering if the Buddy Holly Story is touring the Vancouver lower mainland in 2014.
We’ve seen you twice before and would love a three peat.
A lot of life got in the way, but I finally finished your “portrait.” I emailed the image to you. I personally am quite pleased with the result and owe its success in great part to you! Thanks so much for posing for me on that March 2011 train trip! It was really great meeting you!
-LA artist Sharon Allicotti
I saw the Buddy Holly show 3 times and the
Red Rock Diner twice. Everybody in both shows
are very talented. You though is an incredible
multi talented performer and sure have the
“It Factor” that sets you apart.
I emailed you a week or so ago about a booking. you indicated you are already booked for Friday afternoon, Dec. 4th 2015.
Are you available for Friday afternoon Dec. 2 or 9th 2016.?
Also we need to know what your rate is for 1 hour at Tigh Na Mara Resort Vancouver Island at lunch time on the above dates.
My brothers and I have seen many of your shows and have enjoyed them very much. I was wondering if you and your band perform private shows?
Thanks for the message. I do, indeed, play private shows. Please email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an inquiry.
We’re wondering when you’re coming back to the Lower Mainland. We love you and want to see you in more productions!
PS. I know you’re coming for the Buddy Holly Story but how about Hank Williams?
hi! how are you, zach? been so long! Hope you’re well. I was looking at the fluevog site 2 mins ago, saw a shoe called ‘Zachary’ , and guess who came to mind? Hope all’s going well for you. Text me anytime: 604-202-1392 . Take care. 🙂
Well we both love chess and we played a good game. I like your homepage but think you have to change your email account gmail dont sound trustfull.
Annyway like to hear your music. ok hope to see you again and love to beat you again.
Hi Zach, and cast and crew of Buddy Holly and the Fab Fourever,
My wife and I and our son Hector, who is a 19 year old with Down Syndrome, all really enjoyed your show in Penticton last night. Hec was enthralled with every number.
We found your website just to learn a little more about you and the cast–where you were from, what your backgrounds are, etc. Great to see a talented Canadian (still don\’t know where exactly you are from), and you are certainly someone who has done a lot in their career already! Having a daughter who is a contemporary dancer in Toronto (with Toronto Dance Theatre) it is so refreshing to see someone who combines a great voice, great musical talent, a flair for dance, and a knack for comedic acting.
BTW, as a young man in the mid-1970\’s I became a big fan of 1950\’s music, including that by Buddy Holly. I really enjoyed Gary Busey in The Buddy Holly Story when it debuted in Vancouver at the Ridge Theatre. The only bad thing about that was that on the way home from the show, I was involved in a very bad crash on my motorbike (young men and motorbikes, not a good combo!). I spent almost a month in VGH recuperating, and my wife swears I suffered irreparable brain damage, ha-ha.
Still love Buddy Holly\’s music, however, and you did a tremendous job honoring him.
I also found it interesting to see that you had performed the Hank Snow tribute. I was also fortunate to see Sneezy Waters do that in the seventies in Vancouver, and that was fantastic as well.
Keep up the great work. You and your crew are fantastic talents, and we hope to see you again in the near future!
Wondering how to tell where you will be performing – do you have a calendar posted somewhere? I am particularly interested in the last week of Nov and first two weeks of Dec. in Victoria. Thanks! Have really enjoyed your shows!!
The Chilliwack Cultural Centre is looking to undertake a project of installing a photographic mural of the arts and artists that have performed at the centre. This project is aimed at doing two specific things: firstly, we have a problem with several of our emergency exits looking like really great entrances, and because of this, we get a lot of complaints that these doors are not available for patrons to use to gain access to the centre. Our hope is that by obscuring these aresa with fantastic images, they will look less inviting as potential entrances.
Our second issue is that we have had a number of comments from the community that it is hard to tell what kind of activity happens in our big grey building. We hope that by having exciting images of art, musicians, dancers, actors, and musical instruments that people passing by will find the building more interesting and exciting.
I am contacting you today to see if you would be willing to let us use two of your images as part of this project.
The first image is of you in the gold elvis jacket from Red Rock Diner, the second image is the one of you in a white jacket jumping with a guitar from Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story. I can email you scans of the images if the descriptions are not clear.
I understand that before using these images we will need to receive permission from the photographer and the Arts Club as well as you.
Could you please reply by email to me at Michael@chilliwackculturalcentre.ca and let me know if you would be ok with this.
I just saw your show in Toronto & absolutely loved it!!
Zachary – your performance was so uplifting & FUN!
My family in Chicago wonder when you will be performing there.
They really would love to see your show.
Thanks again. Your show was great.
Hello again, Linda. I’m actually going to be performing in the Buddy Holly Story at the American Blues Theatre starting in April and running through May. Tickets are on sale here: http://americanbluestheater.com/season-32/buddy-buddy-holly-story/
Loved your Toronto show!
Hi Linda, I had a ball playing Toronto. Looks likely I’ll be returning this December as well. Hopefully, well see you again 🙂
Came to your show last night in Chicago that was unfortunately “rained out.” Still enjoyed the shortened performance you gave. What is the story of your work on Phil Ochs. He was one of my favorites when I was in college. Hope you get the word out if you put something together.
Sorry about the “rain out”! Hopefully you’ll get another chance to come see our production -we just got extended until September! Phil Ochs is one of my greatest musical heroes and I’m developing a play about him. I also do some tribute concert appearances of his music. I’m hoping to organize a concert of some kind in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the Democratic Convention protest’s of ’68 this year. I will certainly be promoting that as soon as I get something pinned down. I’ll keep you posted!
We just saw the Buddy Holly story in Chicago a few nights ago (517/18) and were literally blown away but the entire cast …. but especially your performance! Bravo to you all!
As 1 who grew up in the 50’s & 60’s – the show brought me back to a time when I should have been paying more attention to what was happening in the world, but for many reasons – wasn’t.
Can you tell me the time frame for your Phil Ochs show? Phil is 1 of my most admired figures from the 60’s-70’s but, as usual, I didn’t really get to know his music & story until after he died.
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