What a delight to have your show again at Carriage Manor. As always, your performance is high quality talent combined with fun, energy and audience participation. You can tell from the attendance of 250 that the residents here understand that it isn't "just organ music"!
Over the years you and Charlene never fail to turn each performance into a truly special event.
It is always a pleasure working with you.

Barb Putman
Activities Director
Carriage Manor Resort

Bobby & Charlene Freeman are not only two of the most talented performers I have ever dealt with, but also the kindest couple with such genuine compassion for their audiences. I have programmed for seniors for the past 28 years & they are by far one of the best acts that I have ever booked. Both Bobby & Charlene engage the audience so it so much more than just entertainment. I usually book them about 4 or 5 times a year & always have a packed house. My residents adore them. Bobby also has his experiences as the Diamondback's organist that he shares with the group including passing around his World Series ring. Whatever the theme of your event or party, the Freemans work it into their act making it so much more special. Whether it is a patriotic holiday, Christmas or a birthday party for a hundred year old they make the day extra special. I highly recommend Bobby & Charlene Freeman.

Margie O'Boyle
Director of Programs & Transportation
The Forum at Desert Harbor

Bobby rocks the house! he has great interpersonal skills and interacts wonderfully with the audience which gets them up and moving. We have had Bobby and Charlene for many occasions over the past ten years ,and they are always the hit of the party. If you want to have a great event make sure you have Bobby and Charlene.

Anita Vanboerum
Senior Program Supervisor
City of Phoenix/HSD

19 years and counting! that's the number of years that Bobby has performed at the Peoria Community Centers Thursday Afternoon Tea Dances. Through the years he has kept people dancing to the salsas, rumba's, waltzes and so much more. Bobby's popularity draws a crowd from all over the valley just to hear him entertain. Not only does Bobby remain dedicated to the Tea Dances, he also performs at various special events sponsored by the Senior Adult Program. From a Children's Fashion Show to a Valentine's Day event. Bobby has been known to create a show, catered to a theme like nothing can compare to. Bobby has such a positive rapport with any crowd he performs to and the upmost professionalism that is always displayed. Bobby is definitely an asset to any entertainment needs that you may have.

Paula Considine, CTRS, CPRP
Recreation Supervisor
Community Services Department
City of Peoria

Bobby Freeman has been a great gift to St. Vincent de Paul for many years. In addition to volunteering in our dining rooms where he works along side our staff and other volunteers doing the usual jobs of setting up, serving food, visiting with our guests, cleaning up, etc., on numerous occasions Bobby has shared his special gift of playing the organ for all to hear. Whether it is in front of a group of young children in our Family Dining Room, or a gathering of hundreds of homeless men and women in our Human Service Campus dining room, when Bobby plays the organ, laughter and smiles abound.

Nothing is more inspiring though than singing along to "Take Me Out To The Ball Game," and watching people's challenges in life disappear -- at least for a moment. Bobby has been a great friend to those in need, and we count him among our most special blessings at St. Vincent de Paul.

Steve Zabilski

Bobby and Charlene Freeman top our list of favorite entertainers. Both are extremely talented and it is obvious to our Residents and Associates that the Freemans thoroughly enjoy what they are doing -- you can see it, you can feel it, you can hear it. They are fun, witty, outgoing, personable and absolutely delightful. They relate well to our Seniors and they can work a crowd with the greatest of ease. When Freedom Plaza Peoria wants to have top notch entertainment for an event that will appeal to the masses, Bobby and Charlene are the first people we want to call. Their presence among us almost certainly ensures the success of an event.

Carol Anne Hoffman
Lifestyles Director
Freedom Plaza (51141)--Independent Living

"I have had the pleasure of knowing Bobby Freeman for more then 10 years and I can honestly say that he is one of the most professional and kindest individuals in all of sports entertainment. Bobby and I worked together at the San Diego Padres baseball team and as a coworker he was always great to work with. He always has a smile on his face and truly enjoys what he does. He's the perfect baseball organist. From organ fan chants to playing the hits of yesterday and today, the fans always loved everything that Bobby played. A few years later I was able to hire Bobby to work for me at the Phoenix Coyotes hockey team and it was the best hiring decision I made. His organ playing was the backbone of our game entertainment and really could pick the crowd up no matter what the situation was. Bobby can be ready at the drop of a hat to play something that perfectly fits any situation you throw at him. With a losing team it can be tough to get the energy up during a game, but I could always count on Bobby!"

Matt Coy
CowboysVision Producer & Production Manager
Dallas Cowboys Football Club