Engelbert Humperdinck Rocks Long Island!

EH-wiwibloggs CONCERT 600Engelbert Humperdinck was featured in a post for Wiwibloggs for his performance in Long Island, New York on October 18, 2014. This performance was a part of Engelbert Humperdinck’s North American tour. Engelbert Humperdinck performed to a sold out crowd at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury. Wiwibloggs correspondent, Sopon, was front row where he saw the entire show from the best seats in the theatre.

The Hump started off the show with a mid-tempo classic, “Am I That Easy To Forget?” After that, he stopped singing for a little while in order to greet his audience. He did this every few songs, and even added some stand-up comedy into the mix!

“Being in the round is kind of hard because everyone can see Humpy’s bumpy!”

Engelbert Humperdinck may be almost eighty years old, but he is still as sharp as ever. He even joked about America’s most infamous lady, Kim Kardashian. Engelbert Humperdinck had fans laughing out loud at all of his jokes.

Engelbert Humperdinck sang a few covers throughout the night, such as “Didn’t We” by Frank Sinatra and “The Hungry Years” by Neil Sedaka. The set-list for the night also included songs from his new album Engelbert Calling. Engelbert Humperdinck performed “Something About The Way You Look Tonight,” which is a duet with Elton John. He also performed “Make You Feel My Love,” which is a duet featuring Willie Nelson.

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Engelbert Calling Reviewed By Engelbert Humperdinck Fan Liam Dyer

eh- liam dyer 600Engelbert Humperdinck’s latest album, Engelbert Calling, was reviewed by one of his fans Liam Dyer. Liam Dyer gives a detailed review of Engelbert Calling, starting with the packaging and finishing with disc 2. In the video, Liam takes the viewers through each of the songs and provides great comments along the way. Liam, who is a huge KISS fan, appears pretty pleased with “Spinning Wheel,” the duet between Engelbert Humperdinck and Gene Simmons. Liam seems to be a fan of majority of the songs on the album but “A Certain Smile” featuring Johnny Mathis may be Liam’s favorite song off the album. Check out the full review in the video below.

To see all of Liam’s videos and reviews click HERE

Engelbert Humperdinck Featured on Media Mikes

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Engelbert Humperdinck was featured on MediaMikes.com for his interview with Mike Gencarelli. During the interview, the two talk about Engelbert Calling, Engelbert Humperdinck’s first ever duets album, and his North American tour.  The interview gives great insight to the many details of making this album

Engelbert Humperdinck says it took just over three years to complete this particular album. “Thank God for internet for being able to send these tracks across the world to each of the artists involved with this album. It was a lot of work and I am glad that it is finally available to my fans to enjoy,” says Humperdinck.

MG: Tell us about the title “Engelbert Calling” I picture you going through your contact list and calling out all your friends.
EH: Yeah, the biggest challenge was putting it all together and making my wish list of people I wanted to work with. Johnny Mathis is one of my favorite singers of all time. I love his work. Kenny Rogers was great getting to work with. When I called Willie Nelson, he recorded his part in Nashville, I told him that I was so thrilled to have him on the album, especially singing a Bob Dylan song. Along with signing, I also asked him to play guitar since he has such a great unique style. He was so accommodating and after he recorded it called and made sure it was ok. So that was really great.

Engelbert Calling has 23 tracks, all of which are duets, on 2 CDs. To record 23 duets in the studio with all 23 musical legends would be a nearly impossible task. Engelbert Humperdinck recorded only two tracks in the studio. Engelbert Humperdinck recorded with Elton John, “Something About the Way You Look Tonight,”  and Gene Simmons, “Spinning Wheel,” in the studio together. All the other tracks were done via airways. “Technology has made it possible to do things that are impossible in real life. This album was done in England, London, Los Angeles, New York, Nashville, South America and Europe,” says Humperdinck.

MG: How was it singing with your kids, Louise and Bradley on this album?
EH: Yep, that is my son and daughter at the end of each disc as a bonus track. I was thrilled to have them there. I wanted to show the world, since this is a world release record, that my children can sing and also pay tribute on my album.

MG:“I Need You Know” with Lulu is one of the newest songs that you covered; what made you choose this song?
EH: I had to have Lulu on this album. Many years ago, when my single for “Release Me” came out, she was on a show in England called “Jukebox Jury”. There were four people on the panel and Lulu was the only one who voted my song a hit. She did a super job on this song. It is a great duet song, so it was easy picking. Plus it suited her voice very well.

Engelbert Humperdinck will be kicking off his North American tour October 10th at the American Music Theatre in Lancaster, PA. Engelbert Humperdinck plans on covering many of the songs off of Engelbert Calling. Engelbert Humperdinck even has a special surprise for all those who attend a concert.

“I do a virtual duet with Elton John. It is going over absolutely fantastic and people are loving the idea of it.”

To read the full interview, please click MediaMikes.com

Engelbert Humperdinck and Willie Nelson Excite Fans with “Make You Feel My Love”

eh- willie nelson 600Engelbert Humperdinck was featured on WillieNelson.com. The post promotes the duet between Engelbert Humperdinck and Willie Nelson. The two came together on Engelbert Calling, Humperdinck’s first ever duets album. Engelbert Humperdinck and Willie Nelson re-vamped Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love.”

Engelbert Calling features duets with many musical legends such as Gene Simmons, Elton John, Wyonna Judd, Johnny Reid, and of course Willie Nelson. Engelbert Calling is Engelbert Humperdinck’s 80th album. The release of the album comes 45 years after Humperdinck’s first chart topper “Release Me” was debuted. Engelbert Humperdinck re-vamps his classic, “Release Me,” with Wyonna Judd.

Willie Nelson showed his support by taking to Twitter and Facebook telling all his fans to take a listen to “Make You Feel My Love.” To listen to the full playlist from Engelbert Calling click playlist.

Make sure you visit WillieNelson.com to see the full post.

Engelbert Humperdinck Featured on TheIslandNow.com

EH- westbury 600 Engelbert Humperdinck was featured in an article on TheIslandNow.com. The article gets fans excited about Engelbert Humperdinck’s tour date at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Sunday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m.   

Engelbert Humperdinck has just released his brand new CD, Engelbert Calling, with Grammy award winning producer Martin Terefe (Train, Jason Mraz, James Morrison, and Beverly Knight).  Engelbert Calling features duets with legendary artists including Elton John, Willie Nelson, Wyonna Judd, Gene Simmons, and Johnny Reid.  The album is his 80th release and it arrives 45 years after his debut, “Release Me,” topped the charts. Engelbert Humperdinck joins forces with Wyonna Judd to re-vamp his original chart topper “Release Me.”

NYCB Theatre at Westbury will be Engelbert Humperdinck’s second stop on his North American tour.

To read the full article click TheIslandNow.com

For more information about Engelbert Humperdinck’s North American tour click HERE.

Engelbert Humperdinck Featured in Providence Journal

EH- Providence Journal 600Engelbert Humperdinck was featured in an article for the Providence Journal. The article excites fans for Engelbert Humperdinck’s return to Rhode Island as a part of his North American Tour. Engelbert Humperdinck will be performing Sunday, October 12th at the Park Theatre in Cranston.

This performance in Cranston comes shortly after the release of Engelbert Calling, which is Engelbert Humperdinck’s first ever duets album. This album features duets with musical legends such as Elton John, Gene Simmons, Wyonna Judd, Willie Nelson and many others. “This has been a labor of love. It was two years in the making because it was difficult to get the caliber of people we wanted to be on this record. Thank God for technology,” Humperdinck says, noting that he was able to record together with only some of the musicians. Others separately recorded their tracks, which were then mixed in the studio.

The article recognizes just how long Engelbert Humperdinck has been in the music business. He has spent a lifetime reinventing himself, which he credits for his perennial popularity. Born Arnold George Dorsey, the singer had a manager who suggested a new name that was “just outrageous enough to be memorable.” Forty-seven years later, he is still “constantly updating” his image, his music and himself.

“It’s like cell phones — they’re always coming out with a new one! I don’t rest on my laurels. I want it to be fresh,” Humperdinck says. “I’m getting a younger demographic now, but I’ve always had appeal across the board. … That’s what keeps me relevant, a place where every artist should be.”

To read the rest of the article click HERE from Providence Journal

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Engelbert Humperdinck Featured on Lancaster Online

eh- lancaster online600Lancaster Online featured an article about Engelbert Humperdinck. The article gets fans excited about Humperdinck’s performance at the American Music Theatre in Lancaster, PA. This performance will be the first stop on Humperdinck’s North American tour.

The tour follows shortly after Humperdinck released his first ever duet album titled Engelbert Calling. This new album is filled with musical legends including Elton John, Gene Simmons, Olivia Newton-John, Willie Nelson, and Johnny Reid just to name a few. Aside from musical legends, Humperdinck also has two duets with his son Bradley Dorsey and daughter Louise Dorsey.

Engelbert Calling was as a long time in the making. “Actually, it’s taken two years. It’s been a labor of love,”says Humperdinck. He hopes to release another album, Engelbert Redialed, in which he can record with all the people on  his wishlist of artists who he was unable to record with for Engelbert Calling.

He has played Lancaster before and is looking forward to doing so again. It’s just one of many stops and many projects he has in the works. He’s filming a biographical documentary titled “In Time,” which he hopes to have finished by the end of the year.

And for those future musician and artists out there, Humperdinck leaves you with some advice.

“First and foremost, work hard at your craft. Knock on many doors. If you’re rejected, you get stronger. And get yourself a good manager!”

To read the full article click HERE

Engelbert Humperdinck Featured on Warwick Beacon

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Engelbert Humperdinck was featured in an article for the Warwick Beacon. Engelbert Humperdinck will be returning to Park Theatre in Cranston on October 12, 2014 as a part of his North American tour. This Rhode Island performance is a part of his extensive tour in support for his latest album Engelbert Calling.

Park Theatre will host the After the Lovin’ VIP Lounge, a rare chance for fans to meet Engelbert Humperdinck. During the 30-minute meet and greet, fans will receive an autographed tour laminate, an autographed greatest hits CD, an additional VIP item and more.

Engelbert Humperdinck will take the stage at Park Theatre 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 12th.

Click HERE to read the full article.

Engelbert Humperdinck Featured on WIWIBLOGGS.COM

eh- wiwiblogs cover600Musical legend Engelbert Humperdinck was featured in a post on WIWIBLOGGS.COM. The post comes soon after Engelbert Humperdinck released his first ever duets album titled Engelbert Calling. The post highlights Engelbert Humperdinck’s duet with KISS legend Gene Simmons, which is featured on Engelbert Calling.

The two came together to re-vamp “Spinning Wheel,” a Blood Sweat & Tears original from 1969. The two give the track a bit of attitude with the smooth vocals of Humperdinck and the growly rock voice of Simmons.

Aside from KISS legend Gene Simmons, Engelbert Calling also features duets with Elton John, Willie Nelson, Cliff Richard, and Wyonna Judd.

To read more of this article visit WIWIBLOGGS.COM

Engelbert Humperdinck Featured on Brooklyn Vegan

EH- brooklyn vegan cover 600Engelbert Humperdinck was featured in a post on Brooklyn Vegan. Engelbert Humperdinck released his first ever duet album Engelbert Calling on September 30th. Engelbert Calling features duets with many musical legends such as Elton John, Gene Simmons, Willie Nelson, and Wyonna Judd just to name a few.

Engelbert Calling produced by Grammy award winner Martin Terefe, who is best-known for his work with Jason Mraz, James Morrison, KT Tunstall, and Mary J Blige. “Working with Engelbert is such a truly remarkable experience,” Terefe stated when asked about his work with Engelbert. “He is without a doubt one of the best singers around today and brings so much other musical knowledge to the table.”

Engelbert Calling is available at music retailers nationwide and online. Engelbert Humperdinck will also be embarking on his North American tour this month. Click HERE to see a list of the full tour dates.

You can stream the album on the Brooklyn Vegan through Spotify.

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