Performers For Hire
The Rosin Sisters
We are Barbara Panter-Connah, Ann Whitley-Singleton, and Jan Smith, three fiddlers who came together to explore our love of the roots music of Appalachia, as well as classic Country, Cajun, Gospel, Honky Tonk, and beyond. Besides our fiddles, Barbara and Ann play guitar and Jan plays banjo and we all sing and harmonize.. Contact via website at: www.rosinsisters.com.
The Nearly Normal String Band – Viva and Neil Araki
Blues, bluegrass, old time (Appalachian), ragtime, contemporary/60’s folk, country blues, Celtic, etc. Guitars, fiddle, old time banjo, singing. Contact them via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mrs.Schmaltz and her Kosmopolitan Kleztet – Mrs. Schmaltz and her Kosmopolitan Kleztet offers up an eclectic blend of international music, with a particular focus on Yiddish gems, Klezmer classics, borscht belt show stoppers, gypsy jazz and Ladino treasures. Lively, festive, and hauntingly beautiful, this music, which is deeply rooted in Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean, has had a heavy influence on American popular and jazz music.
Mrs. Schmaltz can custom tailor her repertoire and performance to suit your particular programming or party needs. She can provide entertainment and musical accompaniment for any type of gathering – be it elegant or informal, intimate or grand – ranging from a duo, trio, quartet, or quintet to a six to eight piece dance or show band for larger parties and lavish affairs.
Pricing is flexible and negotiable, and is determined, in part, by the type of engagement, the day of the week, the time of day, the number of hours, the number of musicians, and your budget. Nancy Gaddy a/k/a Mrs. Schmaltz 404.210.7240; email@example.com.
Cindy Lou Harrington – an award-winning singer/songwriter and acoustic guitarist. Together with her Atlanta-based, southern-and-classic-rock band, Showdown, which includes daughters Brittany and Taylor, their strong-harmony arrangements, and extraordinary songwriting have been showcased regularly at venues throughout the Southeast. Their performance resume includes opening for Kathy Mattea at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre and sharing the stage with established bands such as Sawyer Brown, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Neal McCoy. Cindy Lou has kicked off Atlanta Braves games with her rendition of the National Anthem five times!
Performances range all the way from a small acoustic duo with Cindy Lou on acoustic guitar and Michael Wheeler on percussion and harmony to a full, high-power southern-rock band. See www.cindy-lou.com for schedules, bio, and to listen to music selections.
Peavine Creek string band – Peavine is a long-established Atlanta-based string band playing old-time and Appalachian music right in the groove, and singing the songs that formed the roots of country and bluegrass. See
www.peavinecreek.com. Members are Albert Smith on fiddle and vocals; Ann Whitley on fiddle, vocals, guitar; Cindy Olsen on bass, vocals, guitar; Doug Olsen on guitar, vocals, mandolin; and John Anderson on banjo and harmonica. For bookings and information, contact Ann at 404-968-9771 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.