Christina Will Be Performing At Arlington Music Hall!

Come see Christina At The Shoji Tabuchi Show on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 7:30 P.M. – 10:00 P.M.!
The Arlington Music Hall has been the stage to big stars such as Willie Nelson, The Platters, Loretta Lynn, Eddie Money, Rick Springfield, Clint Black, KANSAS and Wynonna Judd! See you there!

Family outing to the pumpkin patch!

Christina just loves being a mom! She, Jason and their daughter have enjoyed visiting a pumpkin patch, being with GiGi and Daddy Rabbit (Grandma & Grandpa), and doing all sorts of things together. Of course, Bailey-Jae loves wearing fabulous pink bows and she is growing just as fast as can be.

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Christina is a mommy!

Christina Lingo-Tabuchi welcomed her daughter Yukie Bailey-Jae Eaton September 22 at 9:31 A.M. Bailey-Jae weighed 5 pounds 12 ounces.

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Rehearsals & Opening Night

With the opening of the show just weeks away, Christina Lingo-Tabuchi is preparing. Rehearsals begin with a flurry of excitement as everyone in the show readies for opening night April 22 at 7:30 P.M.

Rehearsing for a new show means things are changing. Christina said those changes include: new costumes, different lighting effects and new set pieces.

Christina said she is incredibly excited for the opener.

Our whole first half is completely different,” Christina said.

Although this next month means practicing fun things for the show, it can be hectic.

It’s four weeks of insanity—a good insanity,” Christina said.

Albums & Songs

When it comes to singing, Christina said her voice naturally leans towards country; however, she also loves to sing Pop Rock, 50s and many other genres.

When it comes to her music, Christina sings original songs out of Nashville, and one song, “Breaking It Down,” will be featured in this year’s show.

Although she has one album in the works, Christina said that her plate is overflowing right now and the release date is yet to be determined.

Alabama Theatre in Myrtle Beach

Christina Lingo-Tabuchi and her dad performed at the Alabama Theatre in Myrtle Beach March 1 to a nearly sold out audience.

Because this location has been on the tour agenda for years, Christina said it was nice to play for such a big crowd.

With 17 people in the group, there (are) a lot of personalities, but Christina said they all love working together.

We really are like a family,” Christina said.
Taking the show on the road mean’s having a modified version of the regular, season show. For this tour, Christina and the group performed two shows.