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Marty Pollio amassed credits that include multiple appearances on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, (even one of Johnny’s New Year’s Eve Specials!), as well as being on the show with Jay Leno.
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"When The Evening Falls", the brand new release from Blue Cypress Recording Artist,
PJ Steelman,has hit the market !!!
The new album, the eighth for PJ, is loaded with one great song after another. PJ wrote or co wrote each of the 14 songs on his latest project.
Our very special REM member Cole is LIVE on stage with The Jordanaires!! Making more great memories.
Cole said, "Hard to believe that Gordon and Louis are no longer with us. Some memories are more treasured than others".
Please welcome our newest
REM member Gerry Peters!!!!
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Gerry was born in New Orleans, Louisiana where he started playing the piano at age 8. At age 12 he moved to Memphis Tennessee where he first started playing in bands at age 13. He went to Memphis State University as a music major and first started doing recording sessions in 1976 as a pianist and synthesizer player. In 1978 he started working also as an arranger (strings and horns) and in 1981 started also working as a producer.
In Memphis he played on recordings for artists such as Mel McDaniel, Al Green, Amy Grant, DeGarmo and Key, Tony Joe White, Waylon Jennings, Joe Walsh (Eagles guitarist), Ace Cannon, Bobby Helms (Jingle bell rock, My special angel, Sam the Sham (Wooly Bully), Rufus Thomas, Willie Mitchell (Hi Records), Billy Swan, Jimmy Griffin (Bread), Joe Simon, Porter Wagoner, T.G. Shepherd, Brother Cornelius and Sister Rose (Treat her like Lady), Johnny Nash, Cybill Shepherd.
He moved to Nashville in 1986 and has played on recordings for such artists as: Kathy Mattea, Tanya Tucker, Mel Tillis, Roy Clark, Lyle Lovett, Pam Tillis, Tony Joe White, Lee Greenwood, David Ball, Donna Fargo, Lynn Anderson, Little David Wilkins, and Roger Miller. He built Midi Magic Studio in his home in 1989 and now works there as an engineer, producer, and keyboard player, and continues to work as a free-lance studio keyboardist, arranger and producer in the Nashville area working on songwriter demos and masters for publishing companies, producers, record labels.
Mark Conover is one
determined singer songwriter.
With his full thick voice to the words of his songs. Mark is making a name for himself.
"Awesome book to read. I found myself happy, sad, even in tears, but each page was another and another with excitement clear to the end. I couldn't put it down once I started it. So if you are thinking about purchasing a book that not only holds you in suspense on the side of your seat while your reading, but a book that makes you say, "My life sure is not that bad or ever was, what that poor girl lived through. Worth the read."
Don & Mel have been making the rounds with this new duo. With two Cd's getting around as well. On tour in Missouri performing at The Barn and the celebration of life for Ray Carson.
Sharing thier talent at the Lyric Theatre, Summer Kick-off in Theodosia, MO., and Wagons for Warriors fund raiser for wounded warriors.
such as: Presidential Inaugural Gala - Washington DC The Misquamicut Club - Watch Hill, RI Rainbow Room, Rockefeller Center - New York, Swan Ball - Nashville, TN Metropolitan Club - New York.
Jim Johnson's history is one of many stories. Jim says, "We'll take the audience on a musical journey, from society and Latin beats to the big band swing, from the best of rhythm & blues to good ole rock 'n roll, with every beat designed to bring the crowd to its feet."
Our newest member is a class act. Jim Johnson who conducted his orchestra in wonderful places