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Jason Gould (and Guest) Live in Philadelphia

Jason Gould (and Guest) Live in Philadelphia

Traveling in style: The Philadelphia subway system was the fastest way to get to the Wells Fargo Stadium from Nancy’s hotel

Ritchie, Nancy and I had a blast in Philadelphia last night, cheering on our friend Jason Gould as he made his concert debut in front of 20,000 people (gulp!)  I have to say Jason did a remarkable job.  His voice sounded rich and strong despite a cold, and his patter with his mom was endearing.  Their duet of How Deep Is The Ocean? was the highlight of the show for me.  But then I would say that.

Ritchie was a total sport, being neither a big Streisand fan or a fan of driving to Philadelphia and back on a school night, but that’s the kind of boyfriend he is.  We had a great time.  Here are some pics of the festivities.

Loved the fact we were seated next to Matt Howe of Barbra Archives

With Jason, Nancy and Eli backstage afterward.  Congratulations Jason!



  1. Michael
    October 10, 2012 at 4:27 am

    Great pictures David! Thanks for sharing. How thrilling it must have been for you to be there for Jason’s concert stage debut AND Barbra’s performance!! Their duet together gave me chills. Loved how the audience responded to Jason. – you could almost sense a collective gasp at the beauty of his voice. Looking forward to seeing/hearing more from their upcoming performances.

    “How Deep Is the Ocean” – Jason & Barbra in Philadelphia.

    P.S. What kind of dog does Jason have?

    • David Munk
      October 11, 2012 at 12:41 am

      Eli is a minature Australian Golden Doodle!

    • Michael
      October 11, 2012 at 3:35 am

      Soooo cute! I’m in love.

      “Goldendoodles are an intelligent and obedient family companion. They are everybody’s friend and devoted to their family. They are friendly towards children, other dogs and pets, and easy with strangers. They are social dogs, happiest when with people. Goldendoodles are likely to get into mischief and develop behavior problems if they spend most of their lives alone. Their intelligence, eagerness to please, and love of learning make them very easy to train. They are medium-to large sized family dogs with easy dispositions.”

      I was not familiar with this breed until just now! I think I just found my dog:)

  2. Amy Erickson
    January 7, 2013 at 6:33 pm

    Great pics and article David! Looks like a lot of fun 🙂

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