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Garrett Clayton is an actor, singer, dancer, and social influencer. Having gained initial notoriety staring in Disney's Teen Beach Movie series, Garrett quickly evolved into more dramatic roles. He's guest starred on numerous television shows and is currently working on his debut solo music career in Nashville, TN
American country music singer and stage actress. In her musical career, she has released seven albums and charted three singles on the Billboard country charts. Barnett originated the titular role in the musical Always… Patsy Cline, a musical based on the life of Patsy Cline, which opened in 1994 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN
Cheryl Wheeler is an American singer-songwriter of contemporary folk music, based in New England. To date, she has recorded thirteen folk albums, and has toured extensively throughout the United States.
American musician who first gained fame as "England Dan", one half of the soft rock duo England Dan & John Ford Coley, who charted nine pop singles between 1976 and 1980, including the hit "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight". After the duo disbanded, Seals began a solo career in country music. Throughout the 1980s and into the early 1990s, he released 16 studio albums and charted more than 20 singles on the country charts. Eleven reaching number one.
Recognized as one of the top selling vocalists (male or female) of the post-war era, Margaret had a long, acclaimed career which spanned seven decades. All-around entertainer, star of radio, stage, tv and film, she was known for her vocal clarity, lyrical style and mellow tone.
Richard A. Whiting
American composer of popular songs, including the standards "Hooray for Hollywood", "Ain't We Got Fun?", "On the Good Ship Lollipop","She's Funny That Way" and "Too Marvelous For Words". He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1936 for "When Did You Leave Heaven"
Lou Busch / Joe "Fingers" Carr
American record producer, musician and songwriter, best known for performing as a pianist under the pseudonym Joe "Fingers" Carr. Co-writer and orchestrator for Allan Sherman, including "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh"
American folk music group, formed in July 1959 by Lou Gottlieb, Alex Hassilev, and Glenn Yarbrough. The group was active from 1959 until 1965, and then after a hiatus of sixteen years, Yarbrough, Hassilev, and Gottlieb reunited and began performing again as The Limeliters in reunion tours. On a regular basis a continuation The Limeliters group is still active and performing.
Singer. Saxophonist. Consummate performer. A dynamic entertainer with world-class talents in music, theater, and comedy. Jazz's newest bright light steps out – and man, does he swing!