Welcome to my monthly newsletter email! Thank you for your interest
and support. It means a lot to me.
This newsletter is an opportunity for me to stay in contact with you
and keep you apprised of concerts, performances, updates and general
goings-on. It is also a chance for me to share some personal and
I hope you enjoy these newsletters! Thanks, again!
Dallyn Vail Bayles
Happy New Year to each of you! I pray that it will be filled with much
love, joy, happiness, and success!
This New Year is starting out to be a wonderful and very eventful one
for myself! I recently returned from Los Angeles auditioning for
Fullerton Civic Light Opera’s production of Yeston and Kopit’s
“Phantom.” This “Phantom” is different from the one written by Andrew
Lloyd Weber that we know and love, but it is also a very good show.
They called me back for Phillipe, the Count de Chandon (the ‘Raoul’
character), and I just found out that I got the job! So, this week
we’re busy getting ready to move down to Los Angeles for about 6
weeks. In March we’ll be moving back to Utah to perform various
concerts promoting the official release of my debut solo album,
“Prayer” – which is very exciting! What I’ll be doing after that
depends on how my upcoming auditions go – so I’ll keep you posted.
CeranAid Benefit Concert, January 18th, 7:30
pm, at the Barn at Thanksgiving Point, in Lehi, Utah
- Cost is $15.00. For tickets please visit: www.likenit.com
- Myself, along with a number of other
performing/recording artists, will be singing at a benefit concert to
help the Ceran family who lost three family members in a car accident
over Christmas weekend. There is also a benefit CD for sale at the
concert and through the above website that will have “Savior, Redeemer
of My Soul” from the “Prayer” album on it and numerous other songs
donated by some great LDS artists. All proceeds go towards helping the
Ceran family. I had the privilege of performing with the Ceran family
in “Savior of the World.” They are a beautiful and wonderful family.
Please come and show your support! You can also contribute by visiting
Marriage Coalition Concert, February 9th, 8
pm, at the Eccles Center, Dixie College, in St. George, Utah
- Cost is $30.00/couple for dinner, concert and
workshops, or $10.00/couple for concert and workshops only. For
tickets please email Patsy Lamb at firstname.lastname@example.org
- My wife, Rachel, and I will be performing songs that
celebrate love in marriage and family.
“Phantom” (by Maury Yeston and Arthur Kopit),
Fullerton Civic Light Opera, February 16th – March 4th, various days
and times, at the Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton, California
- Cost is $25.00 – $52.00. For tickets please visit: www.fclo.com
- I will be performing the lead role of Phillipe, the
Count de Chandon. I’m very excited to be in this production!
“Prayer” Pre-release Concert, March 10th,
7:30 pm, at the Green River High School auditorium in Green River, UT
- Cost and ticket information are not yet available.
- This is a special concert in my hometown of Green
River, UT. It’s very meaningful for me to perform in the place where
it all started.
“Prayer” Album Release Day Concert, March
13th, 8 pm, at the SCERA Showhouse II in Orem, Utah
- Cost is $10.00/adult and $8.00/child, in addition to
online or phone purchase fees. For tickets please call 801-225-ARTS or
- This concert is very significant as we celebrate the
official release of my debut solo album, “Prayer.” Performing at the
SCERA Shell for the first time when I was a teenager was an important
part of building my career, so it seems appropriate that we perform
this concert here in this beautiful theatre.
Nauvoo Concert, March 15th, 7 pm, at the
Joseph Smith Academy Auditorium in Nauvoo, Illinois
- Cost is FREE. Seating is on a
- Rachel and I will be singing some inspirational
Broadway favorites. Nauvoo has become a very special home away from
home for my family and I. We’re grateful to be able to perform a
concert for the community we have come to love so much!
Nauvoo Women’s Conference, March 15-17, at
the Nauvoo Inn and Suites in Nauvoo, Illinois
- Cost is $30.00 for registration. To register please
- Rachel and I will sing at various lectures, and
portray Emma and Joseph Smith in the re-enactment of the organization
of the Relief Society at the Red Brick Store. This is our second year
participating in the Women’s Conference and the Relief Society
organization re-enactment. We love it!
(All events are listed under the “NEW!” heading – because we just got
started :-) )
My debut solo album, “Prayer,” is currently available for purchase only
online at my website: www.dallynvailbayles.com
To those of you who have already purchased my album, “Prayer” – thank
you! I hope that the messages and music on the album will be a
blessing in your life. I’m very interested to receive your feedback
and response to the album. It’s important for me to know your feelings
about the music, what your favorite songs are, any thoughts you have
for improvement, as well as ideas for a second album.
To facilitate this, we have posted an album survey on my website. I
would greatly appreciate it if you would take a few seconds and provide
your comments about the album. To take this survey, please visit www.dallynvailbayles.com
and click on the “‘Prayer’ Album Survey” link.
One of my favorite scriptures is 2 Nephi 4:34-35. Part of it is quoted
on the back of the “Prayer” album. One lesson I’ve had to learn over
and over again, in light of my crazy career, is that trusting in the
Lord and following His promptings is the best and only way to live
life. “O Lord, I have trusted in thee and I will trust in thee
Thanks again for your support! May God bless!
Dallyn Vail Bayles
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