The lights blinked three times and the crowd drifted from the concession area to their seats. As the house lights went down, nine dapper gentlemen in vintage suits and hats, took to the stage. Everyone held their breath, and then . . .it began.
An explosion of music and sound that had everyone rocking in their seats. The evening started off with the song: Rockabilly Christmas which was quickly turned into a medley of Christmas standards. It included Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer played on saxophone, Santa Claus is Coming to Town, and The Night Before Christmas. This wasn't your standard songs, BBVD put their own spin on all of them and worked their band name into the lyrics.
Then we heard the entire song Santa Claus is Coming To Town, on the trumpet, which was amazing. The amount of air that had to be produced to get such overwhelming sound to come out of that small brass instrument was phenomenal. I wondered how the musician had the strength to walk back to his position on the stage after that performance. Then we heard Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer in its entirety complete with bells. And it only got better from there, if that's possible.