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Michael Christopher
MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER, troubadour-pub entertainer

A talented and versatile performer with over 20 years' experience as a professional entertainer, his dynamic tenor voice is capable of a wide range of styles from the melodious pop of Cat Stevens or the Beatles to the powerful rock of Bryan Adams or Creedence Clearwater Revival.
With a repertoire of over 500 songs spanning five decades and the ability to maintain an audience's attention, Michael is a troubadour who will always deliver top entertainment.
Michael grew up in Hoboken, New Jersey, home to Frank Sinatra and Bruce Springsteen.
He began his own musical career at 18 when he joined the US Navy and spent four years as a vocalist in the Navy Band.
Glenn Monie
GLENN MONIE, troubadour pianist/vocal/one man band

He was seven years old when he began to learn to play the guitar. Glenn joined his first band at 15, singing backing vocals and playing rhythm and lead guitar. His singing career was launched when the lead singer in the band lost his voice in the middle of a set and Glenn was forced to take over.
He sang and played in various bands until he was 24 but lack of regular work persuaded him to go solo.
Although Glenn had plenty of work as a solo artist, he missed playing in a band. To compensate, he learned to play drums and bass and eventually piano, so that he could produce his own backing tracks.
Miguel Cubillia
MIKE CUBILLA, troubadour pub entertainer

Because of his South American "origin" Mike can perform as "latin" guitar/vocal entertainer with large repertoire of Spanish, Caribbean & South American songs.Miguel is an excellent entertainer with instinct for the audience and please the crowd "always"
Terry Finch
TERRY FINCH, pub entertainer

Terry started his musical career in the pubs and clubs in London, he has been the guitarist in the resident band on cruise ships since march 2007, backing cabaret artists including: Bucks Fizz, Jackie Graham and from X Factor Double Impact and Alisha Bennett, also Steve Larkins Freddy Mercury show playing Brian Mays guitar solo’s and the Zac Baumann swing show.
Terry has an extensive solo acoustic vocal set singing and playing popular songs. He also performs solo instrumental sets playing classical music and popular songs like Cavatina and the Entertainer.
Tim Earle
TIM EARLE, acoustic pub entertainer

Tim Earle is an Englishman with American roots. Born and raised in London and south east England, his fathers family were from Boston and his mothers from Idaho. He began his performing life as an actor, with a strong bias towards musical theater. Soon, music took over almost completely, beginning with a two year stint in " The Rocky Horror Show" at the Kings road theater in Chelsea, London.
Dale Watts
DALE WATTS , troubadour-one man band

Dale was born in 1957, and grew up in S. Petersburg Florida. He went to a junior college to get his musical basics.
Dale took a Strings Techniques Class, Woodwinds Techniques, a semester of piano, and a semester of Voice.
He used to play guitar since his mother brought an old Sears Silvertone acoustic guitar home when he was around 6 or 7.

Alex McGinness
ALEX McGINNESS, one man guitar entertainer

A bright and talented entertainer with a flair for the unusual, Alex Mcginness has been entertaining audiences on stage and television in Canada for nearly twenty years.
King Leon
KING LEON, troubadour

After several years in the hectic New York music life playing from blues, punk and rock, and touring around America with for example The Rolling Stones, KING LION became tired of the "Big Apple"" and moved in l988 to Stockholm.
Now its Scandinavia's turn to be conquered.
In 1989 he released his first album on Warner Bros. Under the name "NEON LEON" Artificial Stimulation. on this album his friends from New York MICK JAGGER and CLEM BRUKE from BLONDIE participated among others.
Mark Cocker
MARK COCKER pub entertainer

Mark is a gifted self contained guitar/vocalist entertainer and has a broad repertoire of covers covering many styles of music from the 60s, 70s, 80s to the present day.
He has played in Scandinavia, Europe, Northa America and onboard Passenger Ships. Mark can entertain with just guitar or with a full backing that he records himself, so that everything you hear is played by Mark.
Robin Greenstein

Robin is a singer-songwriter from NYC whose debut album "SLOW
BURN" received rave reviews when released. Her songs have
been recorded on Fast Folk and Atlantic Records. She was a finalist
at the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival (1989) in Texas, the
premier songwriting festival in the country. Robin was signed
to Bob Dylan's publishing company as a writer for two years. Robin
has performed in over 43 states and several countries, including
Japan, Mexico, Germany, Switzerland and Denmark.
Jason Perno
JASON PERNO, troubadour

Jason Perno is a well known singer/songwriter from New York.
He has worked as an entertainer throughout Europe and Asia. Among those countries performed in are Denmark, Switzerland, Germany, Greece, Sweden, France, Spain and China.
He studied voice performance and music at SUNY New Paltz and SUNY Geneseo in New York.
Louie Moon
MOON LOUIE, troubadour-one man band

To Louie, music is very powerful magic capable of sparking and generating, healing, enlightenment, unity, self-realization in the listener. His love and devotion to the art of making music was forged from an early age. Growing up first in Washington D.C. and later in the San Francisco Bay Area Louie was exposed to live performances of Duke Ellington, Wes Montgomery, Ella Fitzgerald, Jimi Hendrix, Rahssan Roland Kirk, Pharoah Saunders, Chick Corea, Pat Martino and Bay Area legends Eddie Marshall and Ed Kelly.
Andi Joseph
ANDI JOSEPH , pub entertainer

Andrew David Joseph was born 20th April in the city of Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia. At the age of 4 his family moved to the central N.S.W city of Dubbo, a city of around 35000 people. Andrew comes from a musical family. His mother Rosslyn played a little piano but it was his father Barry, who was Andrew’s biggest influence in his younger years.


Andrew Rhodes
ANDREW RHODES, acoustic pub entertainer

Andrew Rhodes has always loved performing since the age of fourteen when he had his first opportunity singing and playing in front of his school at a yearly folk and blues concert.
Darran Cooper
DARRAN COOPER , guitar/vocal pub entertainer

Darran Cooper was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and moved at an early age to Dubbo, country N.S.W, the foot of the “Outback”. After meeting his special friend Andrew Joseph, who also now has a successful international career, Darran at the age of 16 began his exciting career in music. Darran had grown up listening to a wide variety of music which included, ‘The Eagles, INXS, Crowded House, Midnight Oil and U2 as well as John Denver and Kenny Rogers’
He started by playing acoustic guitar and singing in School productions and competing in Talent competitions throughout N.S.W.
Laurent Chatourel
LAURENT CHATOUREL, guitar/vocal pub entertainer

Laurent Chatourel is a young dynamic French guitarist & vocalist who performs with a great variety of music such as pop, blues, rock'n roll to country and western.
He knows how to put atmosphere and is very entertaining to the public.
He is very charismatic and has good relations with the venue managements for whom he works.
He also plays excellent harmonica, performing blues and folk songs.
Ross Green

ROSS GREEN - pub entertainer

Ross began performing in Calgary as a singer/guitarist touring Canada in the 80's. It was a gold rush time for club owners and musicians and Ross soon became a top billed front man for bands such as the Commodore/ Feldman act Stark raving. With help from the Alberta Music Project his songs have been heard on numerous Alberta radio stations and his self produced and directed music video Youth, won him top honors at the C.B.C. Broadcast Festival. Ross is concentrating on promoting himself through the local media and internationally through the internet while he prepares for his upcoming European travels in 2000.

Pete Lee
REES CHARLIE, troubadour pianist/vocal/one man band

Charlie Rees is a professional entertainer. He sings, and plays guitar, piano, and fiddle.
He has performed all over the USA, and has played in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Scotland, Finland, Greece, Germany, Portugal, Turkey, Morocco, and the former Czechoslovakia.
Charlie's music ranges from Rock n' Roll to Country, Cajun to Easy Listening.
He has a winning manner with his audiences. Come ready to sing along!

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