Jeremy Stolle is a recording artist and concert singer and currently one of the Phantoms on Broadway. He also performs with orchestras, including Indianapolis Symphony, Springfield Symphony and with Music Theater Wichita. He has starred in many different shows, from Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame to The Music Man, and Carousel to Jekyll & Hyde and Brigadoon. Stolle performs Classic Broadway with a pop flair. He will be accompanied by a pianist and female vocalist
Spencer Day is a widely acclaimed singer/songwriter/pianist creating witty and sophisticated pop songs in the tradition of classic jazz American writers. Day’s songwriting is influenced by jazz, musical theater, cabaret, soul, and pop. He has composed, arranged, and produced 7 albums, the most recent of which, Broadway by Day, is a clever reimagining of well-known musical theater tunes. He and his musical colleague on guitar & vocals, will give your audience a special evening of great music and friendly interaction.
Dan Miller and his Cowboy Music Revue have been entertaining audiences from around the world for 17 years. Over 180,000 people from 70 foreign countries have enjoyed the first-class musicianship and family-friendly production that this group is famous for in their home range of Cody, WY. Dan will be joined by this daughter Hannah on fiddle and mandolin, and business manager Wendy Corr on bass and vocals. Their musical style ranges from cowboy & Americana, to a bit of bluegrass and gospel.
Nashville-based Steve Leslie is an awarded singer/songwriter/guitarist. In “How Sweet It Is!” Steve Leslie performs the music of one of his greatest influences, James Taylor, in an authentic and spellbinding concert event. Steve’s warm baritone and exceptional guitar technique will have audiences singing along to James Taylor’s incredible catalog of songs. Audiences are raving about “How Sweet It Is!” and the level of genuine craftsmanship Steve Leslie brings to James Taylor’s music. Leslie will be accompanied by his musical partner on piano