a Brooklyn native, has been performing professionally since the age of eleven. A seasoned professional, she has performed in all the major Catskill Hotels in upstate New York. As part of a band, Cheryl took the lead vocals from 1998 to present, while working private and corporate parties, retirement communities, restaurants, hotels, casinos and country clubs. Cheryl also performs with Larry Brendler, a local mainstay at many country club resorts. Today, Cheryl will be performing her one woman show. She performs everything from Standards, to Broadway, to Rock and Roll, to Motown and Disco. Including the popular music of today. She’s an electric powerhouse.
is an experienced actor, tribute artist and voice-over actor living in Delray Beach, FL. Peter starred in the sitcom “Greenblatt’s” and co-starred in the movie “Revenge is a Promise”. He appeared in the movie version of the Tony Award winning play “DOUBT”, was featured in The Sopranos, and in the History Channel series “Breaking Vegas”. H
is an experienced actor, tribute artist and voice-over actor living in Delray Beach, FL. Peter starred in the sitcom “Greenblatt’s” and co-starred in the movie “Revenge is a Promise”. He appeared in the movie version of the Tony Award winning play “DOUBT”, was featured in The Sopranos, and in the History Channel series “Breaking Vegas”. His film career includes featured parts in many independent movies.
Peter Salzer first played the part of George Burns in “Dreams of Broadway” at the Tropicana in Atlantic City in 2001 after which he started his GEORGE BURNS TRIBUTE career. He was awarded the SUNBURST CELEBRITY SUNNY AWARD, AGENTS BEST IMPRESSIONIST 2016 in September 2016. At the Sunburst Convention he met Lynn Roberts who impersonates Bo
Peter Salzer first played the part of George Burns in “Dreams of Broadway” at the Tropicana in Atlantic City in 2001 after which he started his GEORGE BURNS TRIBUTE career. He was awarded the SUNBURST CELEBRITY SUNNY AWARD, AGENTS BEST IMPRESSIONIST 2016 in September 2016. At the Sunburst Convention he met Lynn Roberts who impersonates Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Red Skelton and Jimmy Durante which resulted in “GEORGE BURNS AND FRIENDS”.
On stage Peter played Al Jolson in “Gershwin by George”, John Adams and Hyam Solomon for the American Historical Theatre. AAA selected Peter to host “Roadwise Review”, a safe driving program for seniors. He has appeared in numerous commercials. Peter is the voice of President Harry Truman in a multimedia program at the White House Visitor
On stage Peter played Al Jolson in “Gershwin by George”, John Adams and Hyam Solomon for the American Historical Theatre. AAA selected Peter to host “Roadwise Review”, a safe driving program for seniors. He has appeared in numerous commercials. Peter is the voice of President Harry Truman in a multimedia program at the White House Visitor Center and on its website. His many voices and dialects make him a much sought after voice-over actor.
has been performing professionally since the age of 14. He majored in music at the University of Nebraska and was afeatured vocalist and instrumentalist with many bands including Russ Carlyle, Wayne King, Ted Weems, Guy Lombardo, Jimmy Dorsey, and Peter Palmer.
In 1964, Roberts started developing his musical variety act, playing more than a dozen instruments and singing. He began impersonating stars after hearing that he sounded or looked like them. Roberts's favorite impersonations are Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Red Skelton, JimmyDurante, W.C. Fields and Frank Fontaine asCrazy Guggenheim. He also does impersonations of band leaders with his instruments.
Roberts won a Cloney Award for his impersonation and tribute to Bob Hope in 2006, the Bea Foggleman Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009, and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Federation of Musicians in 2012. For the past 16 years,Roberts has been touring the U.S. and Canada doing his tributes. On Dec 3, 2017 Lynn was presented with a commendation from the State of Michigan for his work entertaining Veterans nationally as a Bob Hope Tribute Artists. *Lynn's first performances for the military were in 1966 when he spent 10 weeks in Germany and Italy doing his shows for the German American Agency.
was a music educator in Illinois public schools for 35 years; leading all types of instrumental groups including bands, orchestras, and jazz bands.
His jazz performing groups have attained national recognition for their excellence.
His final teaching position was at Rolling Meadows High School where he served as Director of Bands and Music Supervisor.
His past offices held in the music field include: National Treasurer and Board of Directors of the International Association of Jazz Educators; Vice-President and All-State Jazz Chairman for the Illinois Music Educators Association; Treasurer of American Federation of Musicians, Pekin Local; and President of the Illinois Unit of the National Association of Jazz Educators. He was also Tour Director nine years for Jazz Abroad, a summer performance tour to European Jazz Festivals for high school and university students.
After retiring from teaching, Len created and directed the
Chicago Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, a professional big band which performed in the Chicago area and at prominent jazz festivals for ten years. The CMJO released two CDs which are available from online music dealers and CDBaby.
Len is currently serving as Director of the AZ Swing Kings Jazz Orchestra, a swing/jazz big band sponsored by Sun City Grand in Arizona. The band plays shows, dances, and concerts in many venues located in the Phoenix Valley.
have been seen and heard in films, television and on stages throughout the country.
Wendy has performed with Barbra Streisand and has shared the stage with Josh Groban, Carol Channing and Carol Burnett.
As an actress Wendy’s credits include “Days Of Our Lives” , “Generations”, and “Porky’s” amongst others,
as well as numerous commercials for products such as Toyota, McDonald’s, and Little Debbie Snack Cakes to name a few.
From her work in the arts Wendy has had the honor of being listed in
WHO’S WHO IN AMERICA for the past several years.
Rik has been writing and performing music most of his life: from jingles for
Coca-Cola, Nissan, Avon and Miller Beer, to themes and scores for many television series including “Silver Spoons” and “Punky Brewster”. Most recently Rik won the Lennon Award and Grand Prize in the highly acclaimed John Lennon Songwriting Contest.
You can hear Rik and Wendy’s voices featured in the Passover themed comedy film “When Do We Eat”? And you can see them performing for rock superstar Robbie Williams in the British magazine HELLO!
Together, Wendy & Rik perform their ‘Wendy & Rik’ shows all over the country.
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"is true male vocalist. A student of the greats of the 40s and 50s.
He is one of a handful of singers today who is perfect conduit for a great lyric.
He possesses a smooth masculine voice that can swing and soothe you.
His phrasing reflects a seasoned performer who has never forgotten that its all about the song.
Now, that's how to reach an audience!"
-Michael Anthony radio personality WHPC 90.3FM in New York
"I find inspiration all around me. I try to make my music representative of myself and my generation. I love what we now call ''The Great American Standards'' and many of those great tunes given to us down the years by the great singers and musicians."
Jerry has been performing for many, many years and is a true old school performer.
has been acting and singing since high school. Richard was a professional actor in NYC in the 70’s. He performed Off Broadway, on tours, in summer stock, in cabarets and film. Richard has performed such roles as: Peron in Evita; Joe in Damn Yankees; Brady in Inherit the Wind. Richard was a dancer in the 1974 film The Great Gatsby.
Richard has continued over the years to perform professionally as an actor and a singer. Richard loves the music of the American Song Book and Broadway. He brings a rich repertoire to South Florida in his one man show.
hailing from the beautiful island of St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands, is a local treasure who comes from a family of Caribbean musical artists. Her father, Bill Bass, known as one of the best steel pannists in the US Virgin Islands, introduced his daughter to the steel pan at the early age of 2 years old. Becky’s love of music was solidified through 10 years of classical piano, voice training, and numerous performances in musical theatre starting at the young age of 10 and continuing throughout both her high school and college years.
As a 2013 graduate of Brown University in Theatre Arts & Performance Studies, Becky was awarded the prestigious Weston Award for Excellence in Musical Theatre upon graduation. While at Brown, she toured with the AntiGravity Theatre Project, having the opportunity to perform at the infamous Off-Broadway LaMaMa Experimental Theatre Club in NYC. She also had the wonderful opportunity to study abroad at the London Dramatic Academy under the direction of Richard Digby Day, a distinguished British stage director/professor. Since the start of her career, she has performed in many professional theaters across New-England as well as in a few films and commercials, including shows A Night with Lady Day as Billie Holiday; Hairspray as Motormouth Maybelle; RENT as Mrs. Jefferson/Blanket Lady; Aida as Nehebka; Ophelia’s Cotillion as Gertrude at Rites & Reason Theatre, one of the oldest Black theatres in the country.
A two-time New England Urban Music Award winner, Becky is known for her “euphoric steel pan playing, soulful voice and powerful stage presence”, which can be seen & heard while performing her Caribbean Soul music as a solo artist, with her own band, as well as with several bands, such as Zili Musik, Natural Element, and Sidy Maiga & Afrimanding, all over the New England area. She also lends her musical talents to Rhode Island’s RPM Voices, a cross-cultural, multi-generational gospel choir led by Dr. Clarice Thompson and Delbert Collins, as a soloist and musician. Becky has had the opportunity to open for and perform with many international artists, including Grammy Award-winning vocalist Oumou Sangare, Emmy Award-winning composer/performer Daniel Bernard Roumain, Yellowman, Warrior King, and Wyclef Jean. Within the past few years, she has also traveled nationally to quite a few places: Washington D.C. to play at the National Gallery of Art’s Jazz in the Garden concert series, New York City to perform at Lincoln Center under the direction of British composer Will Todd, Vermont as the featured soloist of the 2019 Hinesburg VT Artist Series, Florida’s Amelia Island, Chicago’s Underground Wonder Bar and numerous music festivals on the East Coast. During her free time, she teaches music & theatre to students every chance she gets because she believes giving back and mentoring youth are extremely important aspects of being an artist in the community.
Music has been in Joel’s blood since the day he was born, on Christmas day. Joel would become the only son in a family with four daughters. His mother, a school teacher specializing in music, who has now become a pastor, and his father, a retired Command Sergeant Major in the US Army, instilled the importance of hard work, drive, and dedication into their son at a young age. By the age of four, Joel was already performing gospel music in church. By the age of ten, he was writing songs, and by fifteen, Joel was playing in local country bands around his hometown of Van Wert, Ohio. Immediately, his remarkable talent and captivating stage presence began gaining attention and he quickly found himself opening for acts such as Neal McCoy, Chris Ledoux, Diamond Rio, and Kenny Chesney.
With a solid background, supportive family, and a commitment to his music, Joel moved to Nashville in June of 1999, to further develop his abilities and to follow his dream. Since then, he has performed his unique musical style of “country soul” around town at events including “Fan Fair”, and recently, the world famous “Wildhorse Saloon”. And Joel has even found himself writing with artist Michael Peterson, and multiple award winning songwriter Pat Alger.
The combination of his strong, grounded, family background, and his wide range of musical influences, give him a very relatable and genuine sound. This directly reflects him as a person. His musical influences include, The Blackwood Brothers, Elvis Presley, Joe Diffie, Garth Brooks, Billy Joel, Steve Wariner, Huey Lewis, ZZ-Top, and Harry Connick Jr., just to name a few.
There are many things Joel would like to achieve in his life, but one of the most important to him is making an impact through his music. “Whether it’s making someone laugh when they don’t feel they can, making someone cry when they have been holding it in, or making someone think when they hadn’t done so in a while; I want to make a difference with my music.”