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We are really excited about 2022 and so far this year we have already performed at New Covenant Academy, Holland Elementary School, Branson, MO, and we will be doing more shows this year than in the past two years combined.  We are truly grateful and blessed.  See you on the road!

2021 in review

2021 in review

This year was very similar to 2020.  We continued to do some virtual presentations, videos for other organizations, but we did do a few live performances.  However, the mission has remained the same and that is to share hope, laughter, and inspiration everywhere we go.


The Journey of Kerry and Friends.

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2020 A Year that will be remembered.

Posted on June 14, 2020 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (165)
Hi there, This year started with several shows scheduled along with performing on a Carnival Cruise Ship, and in March everything changed with COVID 19. Things changed for almost everyone, and now that I am in school till May of 2021 pursuing my Masters, I won't be doing that many lives shows. However, we are alive and well and you can always follow us on our Facebook page and our YouTube page. Please check our home page for that information. Stay safe, and keep smiling! Kerry

2019 Year In Review

Posted on December 29, 2019 at 8:25 AM Comments comments (96)

This year has been amazing, and we are so grateful.  Below are some highlights to this past year.

62 events.

4549 miles driven.

4353 audience members, and 3847 facebook live views for a total of 8200 people that we connected with.

15615 minutes viewed on our facebook videos.

123 hours viewed on our youtube videos.

We are truly honored and humbled by this, and are looking forward to another great year in 2020.

Happy New Year!

Kerry and Friends

Where did 2019 go?

Posted on June 28, 2019 at 3:20 PM Comments comments (99)

Yes, I know we are still in the year 2019, but it is already half way over.  Wow, what a journey so far!  We have been part of over 30 events, and in the month of July we are doing a 5 night VBS for a church.  This should be fun.  We are scheduling for our Christmas Shows now so contact us today.  We hope your 2019 is going well.  Hope to see you soon at one of our events. ----Kerry

2018 Year In Review

Posted on December 22, 2018 at 2:50 PM Comments comments (217)

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! This is our 2018 Year in Review. In many ways, this has been a record-breaking year, and we are humbled and grateful. We have seen a total of over 4000 people at our shows, and we have traveled over 7600 miles. Our videos have been seen by 5000 people. This year we were able to speak at the 2018 Non-Profit Leadership Conference, and we were a top-ranked ventriloquist in the Mid-West. We concluded the year with a Hospital Show on New Year's Eve for patients. Our first show in 2019 is at the Ozark Christian Church. Thank you everyone for coming on this journey with us.

Wow! Where did 2018 go!

Posted on December 9, 2018 at 11:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Dear Friends,

Wow, we have had a very exciting and busy year.  We have done over 50 events this year, and we still have 3 more left.  I hope to have a final update in Jan.  Thank you everyone that had us come to your location, and we hope you had a great time.  We are already scheduling for 2019 and it is filling up fast.  We hope you enjoy the rest of your holiday season.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Kerry and Friends!

Current Update to IVS (International Ventriloquist Society)

Posted on June 15, 2018 at 5:35 PM Comments comments (3)

Kerry and Friends have been super busy since February, and we have met a lot of awesome people. We have traveled to Chillicothe, OH, and Farmington, MO to help at a couple conferences to share how we used comedy and ventriloquism in the church and our community. The Conferences were sponsored by the National Association of Evangelism, and just recently I was voted in as Vice President on their Board.


About a week ago we were doing a show at a Nursing Center when Little Jeff (Little Elvis) stole the show. After the show one of the audience members wanted to hold him, and I never thought I would get him back.

One of the annual community events we participate in is the Annual Cherish Kids Run, which raises money to help family adopt children. My Ricky character was dressed up as Superman, and it was awesome until we met a giant Superman and we realized we had met our match.

June will be full of events as we will be working with the Children’s Miracle Network at their Medical Mile 5K and Run, then we will be participating at the Kid’s Health and Safety Fair. On June 16 we will be taking the stage at the National Veterans FEST in Effinham, IL with my friend Steven Brown. Steven is a Navy Veteran and I am an Army Veteran and together we are the Veteran’s Variety Show.

We have been active in Branson, MO this year performing at the Kidz for Jesus Show at the Grand Magical Theater.

There is so much more happening this year and I will share all that on the next update. One thing I am working on right now is a Fundraising Concert for a good friend who lost everything in a fire, and we plan on holding the event on June 12. My friend and her family are ok, but they had no insurance and have to start over with nothing.

4/15/18 Update

Posted on April 15, 2018 at 10:35 AM Comments comments (105)

Wow, what a year so far, and so much is going in the next few weeks. This Wednesday we will be sharing with volunteers from Mercy in Joplin, MO, and next Saturday we will be in Billings, MO for Puppets in the Park. Then on April 27 we will be heading to Ohio for an NAE Event, on May 2nd we will be heading to Columbia, MO for a Conference on Volunteerism, and then on May 4, we will be heading to Farmington, MO for another NAE Event. We would appreciate prayers for safety on the road, and if you would like to help us with our fuel expenses we would be grateful. Any amount would be appreciated. We will post another update in a few weeks.

Most Recent Update

Posted on March 19, 2018 at 7:50 PM Comments comments (5)

Good Morning! What a year so far and I wanted to get you up to date with what is going on. First, we have already shared in our live events with over 700 people, our YouTube Videos have been viewed 330 times, and with our website, GigsSalad page, a social media, our message of Impacting Lives is getting out. We do have a few needs and that is our laptop needs repaired or replaced. We will know soon as it is getting looked at. If you want to help us with this we would appreciate it. We use the laptop in our shows with our Karaoke which is always fun as audience members get to sing with one of my characters. We hope you have a great day and we will talk with you soon. We hope to see you at one of our events.

Farmington NAE Event Schedule.

Posted on March 3, 2018 at 4:25 PM Comments comments (97)

8:00 -9:00 Registration and coffee, muffins, fruit and juice (provided by the church)

9-10:30 session 1 Charlotte - Islam (Not sure the exact topic)

10:30-10:45 Break (water, etc. and snacks provided by church)

10:45-12:00 session 2 Charlotte


12:00 -12:45 Lunch provided by the church

12:45 -2:00 Jean Hartley on taxes

12:45-2:00 Kerry Miller on evangelism through laughter/ ventriloquism

2:00-2:10 Break

2:10-3:00 question and answers with Jean Hartley


Farmington First Church of God

306 N Carleton St 

Farmington, Missouri 63640


Blessing others!

Posted on January 10, 2018 at 6:55 PM Comments comments (6)

This week we were asked to do a private ventriloquist show for a child at a hospital for him and the siblings. There were around 10 total family members present. I took Zagnut, and we did our best to give away smiles and laughter. Because of the flu restrictions we did this in the lobby of the hospital. One thing I noticed while there was that other people would stop and watch what was going on. Zagnut of course would notice them and speak to them. We were there around 45 minutes, but one thing I took away from this moment in time is that people are watching what we do. May what we do offer something positive in the lives of those around us who stop and watch us. Have a great day.