Saturday, August 17th at 6:30pm
Downtown Greenville Theatre on College Street

Victoria Welch

Yes, I’m the last-minute ringer-singer-sync-er for “AC & the BS”.  The band invited me when they heard I would have five whole minutes of Free Mommy Time this summer.

I’m Victoria Welch, a nurse navigator for my wonderful and incredibly resilient patients at Greenville’s Bon Secours St Francis Cancer Treatment Center.

But brace yourself. Every night, after my 2-year-old son Noah finally falls asleep in the middle of asking me his 43rd “Why” question, I transform into DeeJay “V”, a Legend in My Own Mind.

Imagining that my dozen-strong Nashville housestaff is washing the dishes, starting the night’s 7th load of laundry, and taking out the trash so my high school sweetheart hubby doesn’t have to miss even a minute of his Zoom meeting, I tiptoe down the hall, lest I wake up Noah, and slide silently into my bathtub studio. Here, among bath balm bombs, Epsom Salts, and Winnie the Pooh candles, I can mouth out new tunes while my 700-year-old in-dog-years Yorkie lays watch.

So “Sync for Survivors” will be a rare opp to lip in front of a fully human audience.

PlusPlusPlus, I get to promote my first album: “Sync-ing in the Shower”, with autobiographical tunes like…….

“Summer-ill”. This number takes me and my hubby back to our upbringing in Summerville SC near the coast,  where I acquired an ironic distaste for seafood.

“I’m Not Jelly. Yet.” This song is the album’s big dance tune. Though I was always head over high heels in love with Welch jelly, Welch grape juice, and Jordan Welch, I wasn’t really jelly jealous of our high school friends until most of our graduating class of 2011 had married by 2015…. except for us. 2017 was a huge year though. I graduated with a BS in Nursing from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette AND became an official Jelly, er, Welch later that year.

“De-cider in Chief” is my love song to my hubby Jordan, who took only 8 years to decide to ask me to marry him…. and who frowns on cider almost as much as I love it.

“Shoulda Left the 2 ‘skeeters Behind” is my ode to the original Ark and to our new pontoon boat, named after our 2-year-old son Noah, who attracts teenaged girls and mosquitos.

“MyChart, MyArt”,  “Re-scheduled, Darlin'”, “Infuse Hymn”, and “Be My I.V.” all reflect on the ins and outs of being a Nurse Navigator for my  patients.

“Pumpkin Spice Vax” is my attempt at making vaccinations chic, seasonal, and available in most coffee and donut shops.

Fortunately for my nine fans, Amazon now allows the sale of self-produced lip sync records. You’ll also find “Sync-ing in the Shower” on the Fitness Moo-Moo and 12-for-$5 CD aisle at Wal-Mart.

DJ “V” out!

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