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Bera Dordoni
Singer/songwriter with focus on inspirational music; 3rd cousin to the famous Al Jolson; performed with late great jazz grammy winner Blue Mitchell; with the late world-famous vibes player Lionel Hampton; records for gospel children's hour "The Puppet Factory" and performs in churches, synagogues, and in concerts. Strong jazz voice.
http:\www.singingdoctor.com
Bernalillo
Bera Dordoni

Bernalillo, NM 87004
United States
Phone (505) 867-5616


Brian McGee Band
The Brian McGee Band plays traditional and contemporary roots music influenced by, the tunes and stories that have come out of the soil of North Carolina, and by the urban beat of rock and roll. Brian McGee writes songs that have been dusted by the weird old american songbag. With the help of David Hughes(slide guitar & banjo), Darin Gentry(fiddle) and Mary Dellea(bass) the band has taken Brian's originals to a place somewhat familiar, but new and up to date. The band also plays fiddle tunes of NC & WV, piedmont blues, gospel, ballads, and waltzes.
http://brianmcgee
Asheville
Brian McGee
58 Panola St #2
Asheville, NC 28801
United States


Classic Touch
Donna performs with Celtic harp, pedal harp or hammered dulcimer as a soloist. David Stevenson on classical guitar and Donna Germano on hammered dulcimer comprise the duo of Classic Touch. Together they provide music for a variety of occasions. Classic Touch frequently performs for corporate events, weddings, and special events such as the Christmas season at Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.
http://www.classictouchmusic.com/
Weaverville
classic touch
PO Box 436
Weaverville, NC 28787
United States
Phone 828-658-2103


Harry Hepcat


By 1955, Harry "got the rock & roll bug". His first guitar came in early 1956. By 1958, Harry Hepcat was already performing with bands and recording. Evolving with the music current in the 1960s, Harry always included fifties material in his act. In 1967, he decided to devote himself solely to fifties rock and roll. He's been recording and performing ever since.

Harry Hepcat performed for the original Broadway cast of "Grease". The fifties actors stated, "Hepcat's great! He's New York's best kept secret. We only act it; it's such a pleasure to hear the real thing".

Here then is the real thing, from fifties rock-a-billy classics to original Hepcat compositions like, "Sunrise Special", a tribute to the rise of Sun records and its artists.

Bill Nolan, Connecticut disc jockey and founder of the Rhythm and Blues/Rock & Roll Society, said it all, "Jerry Lee Lewis couldn't do "Great Balls of Fire" better than Harry Hepcat....Harry Hepcat isn't an imitator, he is an original rock and roller from the 1950s.

http://www.elijahrec.com
Syosset
Elijah Records, Inc.
PO Box 884
Syosset, NY 11791-0899
United States
Phone 631.544.9596
Fax 631.544.1199


Hot Duck Soup
HOT DUCK SOUP, Burnsville, North Carolina's own great little old-time jazz swing ragtime blues jugband performs their toe-tapping, finger-snapping, fly-swatting, knuckle-busting, head-scratching, hip-swiveling music on banjos, guitars, ukuleles, cornets, kazoos, slide whistles, animal calls, assorted trash, and a washtub bass.
http://www.hotducksoup.net
Burnsville
John D. Richards
264 Clear View Lane
Burnsville, NC 28714
United States
Phone 828 682-6567


Mad Tea Party
Asheville’s innovative folk group the Mad Tea Party performs original songs as well as novelty jazz and old-time music from the ’20s and ’30s. In the course of a performance they will sing and play ukulele, banjo, guitar, mandolin, tenor banjo, fiddle, kazoo, slide whistle, horns, bells, whistles, and more! Their material ranges from silly to sincere. And their delivery is delightfully refreshing. As one reviewer put it, “Perhaps the most meaningful thing I can say about the show is this: It’s a rare night when I can walk out of a bar at 2 AM and feel a little more innocent than when I came in” (Steve Shanafelt, Mountain Xpress). They will make you laugh and make you think, and they will most certainly entertain you.


http://www.themadteaparty.com
Asheville
Ami Worthen
downtown
Asheville, NC 28801
United States
Phone 828-231-6290


NJ Pianist Arnie Abrams
NJ Piano Player Arnie Abrams for your next private or corporate event. Live music makes the event - Arnie Abrams makes the live music.
http://www.ArnieAbramsPianist.com
Freehold
Arnie Abrams
221 Sycamore Ave.
Freehold, NJ 07728
United States
Phone 732-995-1082


Round House
Round House plays a strong mix of '80s, 90's, contemporary rock, with a blues influence. Very dancable materials. They also perform a handful of signature originals. Crowds dance, listen, and have fun when Round House comes to town. We provide free demos for interested parties. Thanks!
Towanda
Gregory D Putnam
RR 1 Box 46
Towanda, IL 61776
United States


Sam Bartlett
�Evil Diane� includes all original Sam Bartlett tunes, with astounding cast of musicians�among them: David Greely, Christopher Layer, Jeremiah McLane, Eric Merrill, Sam Amidon, Danny Noveck, and more.



Sam is in demand as a mandolin, banjo, and guitar player, and has played with these folks:

Larry Unger and the Reckless Ramblers

Wild Asparagus

The Monks

Tongue 'n Groove

Fiddle 'n Feet

Rhythm 'n Shoes




http://www.sambartlett.com
Bloomington
Sam Bartlett
333 S. Jackson
Bloomington, IN 47403
United States
Phone 812-330-8731


Soul Searchers


The Soul Searchers have been

singing as a group for about thirty years. Kathy Carter and Pat Bray are two of the original members. Billy and Jeanne Brooks have been members for about eighteen years. The group has ministered all over northern and central Arkansas, southern Missouri, and surrounding states at times. The group has always sung on a love-offering basis, doing many fundraisers for churches and worthy causes. The Soul Searchers are an evangelistic group, striving to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ everywhere they sing. They perform the latest in southern gospel, bluegrass, country gospel, traditional gospel, and contemporary gospel music as well as some of their own songs written primarily by Billy Brooks. Preaching and church services are an option, as well as a little humor in the program (a merry heart doeth good like a medicine, Proverbs, 17-22), Singing the gospel is neither a profession nor a job, but a Labor of Love for this group. Come be a part of the celebration of life with Jesus as presented by The Soul Searchers.

For more information on Bookings and

Tapes or cd’s call

Kathy Carter (870) 793-9517
mt. pleasant
william brooks
p.o. box 229
mt. pleasant, AR 72561
United States
Phone 8703465230
Fax na