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About Carman

Incredibly popular since the early 1970s, Carman has remained larger-than-life and striking in every facet, from the production quality of his albums to his enunciation. He concocts an almost theatrical level of spirituality and patriotism in his recordings and concerts, and although it borders now and then on the overdramatic, somehow it works. Vigorously emotive songs like "America Again" and "Mission 3:16," formulaically enthusiastic finales, and a solidly smooth Engelbert Humperdinck voice leave even critics admitting that Carman packs an irresistibly powerful punch.

Listen toCarmanon Rhapsody

Incredibly popular since the early 1970s, Carman has remained larger-than-life and striking in every facet, from the production quality of his albums to his enunciation. He concocts an almost theatrical level of spirituality and patriotism in his recordings and concerts, and although it borders now and then on the overdramatic, somehow it works. Vigorously emotive songs like "America Again" and "Mission 3:16," formulaically enthusiastic finales, and a solidly smooth Engelbert Humperdinck voice leave even critics admitting that Carman packs an irresistibly powerful punch.

About Carman

Incredibly popular since the early 1970s, Carman has remained larger-than-life and striking in every facet, from the production quality of his albums to his enunciation. He concocts an almost theatrical level of spirituality and patriotism in his recordings and concerts, and although it borders now and then on the overdramatic, somehow it works. Vigorously emotive songs like "America Again" and "Mission 3:16," formulaically enthusiastic finales, and a solidly smooth Engelbert Humperdinck voice leave even critics admitting that Carman packs an irresistibly powerful punch.

About Carman

Incredibly popular since the early 1970s, Carman has remained larger-than-life and striking in every facet, from the production quality of his albums to his enunciation. He concocts an almost theatrical level of spirituality and patriotism in his recordings and concerts, and although it borders now and then on the overdramatic, somehow it works. Vigorously emotive songs like "America Again" and "Mission 3:16," formulaically enthusiastic finales, and a solidly smooth Engelbert Humperdinck voice leave even critics admitting that Carman packs an irresistibly powerful punch.