Chris Dorman & Friends - Live Streaming Father's Day Performance

by ParentCo. June 02, 2015

music cover for father's day with family by a tree cartoon style

Note: more details will be added to this page as the concert approaches.
THIS FATHER'S DAY, Parent.co is celebrating the nationwide release of Chris Dorman & Friends new album "Always There" with a lively, intimate living-room style concert performance. The best part? We're partnering with musician Chris Dorman to live stream the entire show to everyone for free. We're converting this site into a stage for the show. Tune in by visiting Parent.co at 6:00 PM EST. It's the perfect Father's Day entertainment. (Even while grilling.) Sign up for our newsletter for a reminder of the concert:

A Perfect Celebration for Father's Day

Dorman says that "Always There" honors the beauty of life all around us - illustrated so clearly in the bond between families. Nurturing that bond is the inspiration for the new album. We fully expect this album to win both a Grammy for Best Children's Album and a Parents Choice Award! Joining Dorman to play his songs are Caleb Bronz on drums, Tyler Bolles on bass, Tom Cleary on Piano, and The Blue Gardenias adding vocal harmonies. "Always There" is produced by Jared Slomoff.



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