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Kelly Eisenhour

Kelly Eisenhour  

Kelly Eisenhour is a prolific jazz vocalist. She has performed in various jazz festivals and has toured as guest soloist with the Boston Pops conducted by Keith Lockhart. She is also a songwriter and arranger, and has done numerous projects in that capacity, including the 2006 Grammy award winning album, Gladys Knight: One Voice, in which she serves as songwriter, soloist, co-arranger, and assistant choir director. Kelly has three jazz recordings

Keith Lockhart, conductor of the Boston Pops says, "Kelly's such a great performer, it's truly a pleasure to share a stage with her. Great sound, great approach to the music, really versatile. ....she's the real thing."

 


Brandon Flowers

 A practicing Mormon, Brandon Flowers is married to an Elementary school teacher   and desperate to start a family. Craig McLean talks to the Killers' singer about resisting temptation From the Observer Magazine in The United Kingdom

The Killers were nominated for MTV "Woodie" Award - Best Emerging Artist.  They were also selected as one of the top ten finalists for the 2004 Shortlist Music Prize for Artists Achievement in Music.  Brandon Flowers, a Mormon from Las Vegas has spoken out about his chosen career path and his religious beliefs: "Being a Mormon is just like following any religion.  It's not much different than a lot of them.  But it's difficult sometimes when you are on the road."

 

Jenny Jordan Frogley

Jenny Jordan Frogley

She's opened for Ray Charles, substituted for both Aretha Franklin and Gladys Knight and sung at Radio City Music Hall and Opryland . . . .

Pick up a local CD and chances are very good that she might be singing back-up vocals or an individual song or two  she appears on close to 100 albums.

      And if you play the "King Kong" video game, hers is the last voice you hear before you die.

      Deseret News 

 

Marvin Goldstein

Marvin Goldstein

Highly acclaimed pianist, arranger and entertainer When he was 18 years old Marvin was awarded a music scholarship to Tel Aviv University School of Music, Tel Aviv, Israel. His studies continued at the famed "Mozarteum" of Salzburg, Austria
 

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