About Michael Booth
Michael David Booth's introduction to music came through hearing his dad's southern gospel group "war stories" as well as listening to southern gospel music. Singing came late for Michael compared to his brother, Ronnie. His first attempt to sing came in 1990 at the age of 19. Although he had plenty of confidence when he was playing drums on stage, singing on stage was a different story. Eventually, with lots of practice, his desire to minister through song overcame his fear and started him on the road to becoming the artful singer he is today.
The past several years have been special ones for Michael's career. The group has been privileged to sing with so many talented artists both while being part of the Gaither Homecoming program and pursuing their own concerts dates. When asked what these experiences are like, Michael says, "I guess the thing that affects me most is that among all the thousands of faces out there each night, I want to make sure that God uses the Booth Brothers to minister to those that need God's touch and His free gift of salvation, even if it's only one person. Bill Gaither tells us to sing in such a way that the folks get just a glimpse of heaven. What an awesome responsibility! And most of all, we want all that we do to bring honor and glory to our Lord and Savior!
About David Pendleton
Ever since he was six years old, David Pendleton has had a passion for ventriloquism and performing. Today, he’s a seasoned professional, an in-demand comedian, and expert ventriloquist whose unique brand of humor has won audiences over throughout the world.
David’s flawless technique as a ventriloquist sets him apart from just about any other ventriloquist you have ever seen. He will not only amaze you with his ability to make you believe that anything can talk, but his comedy act will also keep you laughing from start to finish.
David brings to his show a cast of comedic characters including lovable but blunt Aunt Tilly, a 94 year-old spinster; the classic quick-witted trouble maker, Mack Elroy; the dopey yet adorable hound dog, Buford; and the slightly misguided albino vulture, Vern. Of course no show would be complete without a few surprise appearances from members of the audience as well!
Join us before the show at Carlisle Inn Sugarcreek for a wonderfully curated plated dinner with dessert to follow. Doors for the dinner will open at 5:15pm with dinner starting at 5:45pm. The concert will begin at Ohio Star Theater at 7pm.
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How can we help create memories for your group? Groups of 20 or more are eligible for discounted ticket rates and one free comp. Contact us to learn about special rates and packages for groups. Email Group Sales or call 855-344-7547.
Good to Know
About Meal Packages: With Buffet/Family-style Meals, the cost shown includes your ticket, meal, beverage, tax and gratuity. Choose to eat at any Amish Country Dutchman Hospitality restaurant — Dutch Valley (Sugarcreek), Der Dutchman (Walnut Creek), or Berlin Farmstead (Berlin).
About Overnight Packages: Choose to stay at any Amish Country Dutchman Hospitality inn —
Carlisle Inn Sugarcreek, Carlisle Inn Walnut Creek or Carlisle Country Inn Berlin. Please contact our group sales staff to arrange an overnight stay at 855-344-7547.
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