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Here is a glimpse of what it is like to have Jack Velour at your cocktail event...
The Humane Society booked Jack to perform at an event where he met THE talent agent in Palm Springs, Cindy Romano. She claimed to have a portfolio of high net-worth and celebrity clients for whom she must provide only the best entertainment. Jack's first engagement for her was for record producer, Clive Davis' birthday. He's a man who's "seen and heard it all", but Cindy knew Jack would deliver.
LA OPEN AT WILSHIRE COUNTRY CLUB
MESMERIZING THE TOP WOMEN'S GOLFERS IN THE WORLD
(left) See a glimpse of the magic Jack did for Lydia Ko on the golf course. She is the youngest professional golfer to ever be ranked number 1, and (right) with Christina Kim.
STORY FROM JACK - "In 2008 and NBA head coach, Mike Brown, of the Cleveland Cavaliers was hiring me to perform at his home and at black tie events. He and his wife, Carolyn, praised me after my performance. Anyone can get booked once, I thought. At one of the parties at their home I brought a camera. When Mr. Brown praised me this time, I said, "would you mind saying that on camera?" He said, "no problem, let's do it."
For the past couple of years Jack was invited by Stan Kahn to perform at The Patrick Warburton Celebrity Golf Tournament fundraising dinner at the JW Mariott in Palm Desert. In attendance were many celebrities there to support the hospital. Below you can see Jack performing for Breaking Bad star, Raymond Cruz and Rules Of Engagement star, Patrick Warburton.
IN THE PRESS: Performing for Mike Trout & the Angels Baseball team at Pelican Hill Resort. Scan ahead to 1:10 to see the players REACT !
Jack Velour performing at his public show at Woody's Wharf.
FOR AN EXPERIENCE OF
Below, Jack Velour is performing at an exclusive yearly gathering of NBA referees and MLB umpires.
As he's about to write me a check he looks up and says, "do I get some kinda discount for that?"... "Do you need one?" He smiled and said, "no." My association with the coach opened a lot of doors and led to many more performances."
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