npalbumart-1403-v3-1Last December, more than 1,400 patrons packed into venues in Walnut Hills and Montgomery to enjoy the debut holiday performance of the NO PROMISES Vocal Band. The ensemble reprises its 2015 holiday hit with a five-city tour and a new record.

NO PROMISES returns to Cincinnati with “Christmas With No Promises” at New Thought Unity Center (1401 E. McMillan Street, Walnut Hills) on Friday, December 9 at 7:30pm, and Community of the Good Shepherd (8815 E. Kemper Road, Montgomery) on Sunday, December 11 at 6:00pm. Admission to the one-hour concerts is free; a freewill offering will be accepted. Reservations are not required, but it is recommended that audiences arrive early. Concerts in Dayton and Cincinnati have been filled to capacity.

The “Christmas With No Promises” tour will include six Ohio concerts in Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Findlay and Toledo. The ensemble will perform selections from both Christmas and everyday repertoire, coinciding with release of their new record, “A No Promises Christmas.” Audiences can expect spiritual and secular holiday favorites, along with jazz and pop tunes from Manhattan Transfer, Andy Williams and Taylor Swift.

The album will be available for $15 as a CD and as a digital download at each concert venue

NO PROMISES is a new professional a cappella ensemble bringing exhilarating vocals and breathtaking harmonizations to popular favorites of jazz, Motown and adult contemporary music. Hailing from across Ohio, the eight men of No Promises are jazz pianists, Broadway veterans, theatre producers, hair stylists and dads, with a passion for fine a cappella singing.

The group’s six-concert Ohio tour offers more seats and opportunities in new markets:

Friday, December 2, 7:30pm First Presbyterian Church, Findlay

Saturday, December 3, 7:30pm Waterville Community Church, Waterville

Friday, December 9, 7:30pm New Thought Unity Center, Cincinnati

Sunday, December 11, 6:00pm Community of the Good Shepherd, Montgomery

Thursday, December 15, 7:30pm St. Andrew United Methodist Church, Beavercreek

Saturday, December 17, 7:30pm St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Columbus



Joshua Steele (Pleasant Ridge) – Voice teacher, producer, performer, dad

Charlie Harper (Symmes Township) – Actor, stagehand, project manager, dad

Adam Wheeler (Dayton) – Drummer, multi-instrumentalist, digital music producer, dad Mike Robertson (Columbus) – Multi-instrumentalist, school principal, dad

David Baum (Blue Ash) – Broadway veteran, dance teacher, clinical psychologist, dad Jeff Grooms (Cold Spring) – Chorister, hair stylist, dog dad

Matt Croy (Findlay) – Performer, producer, property manager, dad


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