A Birthday, an Anniversary, a Graduation, a New Baby or because you wish you could Give Someone a Hug.
“This was the best gift I could have given my sister” “It was worth every penny!” “Our son was so surprised and thoroughly enjoyed Kat’s performance!” “It is a great way to send love to someone!” “My sister was brought to tears – best gift idea!” “It was my grandma’s 90th birthday… she was smiling and dancing… according to her it was “the best birthday”… and all of her neighbors in their balconies enjoyed the music as well!”
A singing telegram will bring a smile to anyone’s face!
In addition to brightening someone’s day, you’ll be supporting a local singer whose income been impacted by the pandemic,
AND a portion of the proceeds from every singing telegram will be donated to Second Harvest Heartland food shelf!
Song choices include “They Say It’s Your Birthday”, Kat’s hit “Fearless”, “Don’t Stop Believing”, a Sing-Along song such as “Sweet Caroline”, 70’s rock, 80’s pop, an old-time song for your elderly friend, a Christian song such as “Amazing Grace” or it can be a song that you and your singer agree to!
Singing Telegram Options
In-Person Singing Telegram
Kat or Dave (or both!) will stand a “social distancing” safe length away (usually on a sidewalk or in a yard) and will sing a song to your loved one. If your loved one is able to come out to their front step, that is great. If they are not – Kat or Dave can sing to them through a cracked window or screen.
Virtual Singing Telegram
Kat or Dave will call your loved one to sing them a song from you. If the recipient has the ability to accept a video call – they can do that instead!
Group Singing Telegram
You’ve seen stories on the news lately of neighborhoods singing and playing music together. Kat or Dave (or both!) can come to your street or cul de sac! Kat or Dave will sing your favorite songs and lead interactive group sing-alongs for up to 30 minutes. Fun for adults and kids! A true celebration! ** Individuals and families must stay in their own yards and at a safe “social distance”. No group gatherings during this pandemic time. ** Watch the WCCO news story featuring our Group Singing Telegrams: