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Blame Sally

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A unique collective of four distinct voices and musical backgrounds, Blame Sally has forged a compelling and original sound that has earned the band the well-deserved reputation as Bay Area phenomenon. The San Francisco Chronicle raved that Blame Sallys music recall(s) the artful romanticism of Jane Siberry, the rich folk harmonies of the Indigo Girls, and the percolating soulfulness of... read full bio

Leogun

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LEOGUN - [leo-gun] 1) A three-piece band from London, surging with a mix of blues, soul and a whole lotta rock & roll. With bite your head off" choruses and a hunger to groove, LEOGUN mixes the musicality and heart bleeding emotion of The Raconteurs with all the sexual prowess and break-neck attitude of Queens of The Stone... read full bio

Jonathan Slocumb

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Want to know where to get a hilarious, creative, wholesome, family-oriented, & high energy comedy show that incorporates dance, song and monologue Jonathan Slocumb is your man. Top companies, organizations, and A-list artists call on Slocumb to host their events and complement their performances because audiences appreciate his guaranteed, high quality, non-offensive comedy performances. As an artist who appeals to... read full bio

Larry D. Veal

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Clean comedy is what Larry D. Veal has been providing since 1990. Larry's comedic genius won him a role in the movie INSTINCT starring Anthony Hopkins and Cuba Gooding Jr. He quickly impressed all those on the set with both his comedy and his humanitarian efforts. Larry has won comedy competitions in Indiana, Georgia, and Florida. In college, he... read full bio

Jon Dore

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Ottawa-born comedian and host Jon Dore spent three years co-hosting Rogers Television's Daytime sharpening his skills to a fine point. For his work, creativity and quick improv skills, he received the Impression Award for best on-air personality in 2001.... read full bio

Keith Wann

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Keith Wann is an acclaimed American Sign Language performing artist who has been captivating and entertaining Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Hearing audiences for years. As a Child of Deaf Adults (CODA), he has traveled the nation amusing audiences with his controlled chaos and pandemonium explosions on stage. Keith Wann brilliantly managed to transform himself into what many call one... read full bio

Stephen K. Amos

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Instantly likeable, Stephen K. Amos has built a reputation as a popular stand up and an acclaimed comic writer. Stephen talks to audiences as if they've known each other for years. His ability to hold their attention and take them on a journey through his life, his passions and his views of the world has led to sell-out tours... read full bio

Brian Scott McFadden

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Actor/Comedian Brian Scott McFadden is one of the hottest stand-up comics working today. Brian has been a regular on the NY comedy club circuit and has recently taken his act to a whole new level, creating a huge industry buzz with his high energy performances and some of the most unique, incisive, hilarious and most talked about routines around today.... read full bio

Native Run

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Blending musical heritage with contemporary influence Native Run has created magic. The Virginia natives, Rachel Beauregard and Bryan Dawley, grew up surrounded by a rich diversity of gospel, blues, country, bluegrass and rock ‘n’ roll. Brought together through mutual friends in college, the two started writing and performing songs together. Bryan on banjo, mandolin and a variety of guitars, and... read full bio

PrototypeRaptor

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With an early introduction to the world of house and music production at the age of 13, PrototypeRaptor (aka Jonathan Paulsen), now 22, has been a relatively unknown, yet consistent force of electronic music. After fashioning his iconic R out of lines taken from his sequencer, he quickly became known for combining his electro-fidget sensibilities with an unusual melodic design.... read full bio

Craig Handy

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Craig Handy is a renowed saxophonist who has been ackowledged with a big, burly tenor sound, as well as sharp wit and uniquness. Ever since his early career in New York in 1986, Handy has noted that ever experience helps evolve and define his musical style. After a show with Mingus Dynasty at the Bottom Line, Bill Cosby... read full bio

Cyrus Chestnut

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Born in 1963, Chestnut started his musical career at the age of three, playing piano at the Mount Calvary Star Baptist Church at the age of six in his hometown of Baltimore, MD. By age nine, he was studying classical music at the Peabody Preparatory Institute in Baltimore. In the fall of 1981, Cyrus began jazz education in Boston, MA... read full bio

Danny And The Juniors

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Danny & The Juniors, individually Frank Maffei, Danny Rapp, Joe Terranova and Dave White, began singing together in the early 1950's at ages 13 and 14 in Philadelphia where they were fans of the local rhythm and blues radio stations. It was there they heard the first stirrings of a new music soon to become known as Rock 'n Roll.... read full bio

Sir George Martin

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Legendary producer, arranger, composer and author, Sir George Martin has had an impact on popular culture and music that is immeasurable. Often referred to as the fifth Beatle, Martin signed the Beatles and subsequently produced, arranged and often performed on many of the most memorable songs. Together they invented contemporary multi-track recording, a process which hasnt changed much since that... read full bio

Mitchel Muso

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Mitchel Musso began his auspicious acting career at the mere age of seven years. It was inevitable that the talented newcomer venture to Hollywood. In his 16 years he already amassed an impressive list of credits in both television and film. He made his film debut with a co-starring role in ""Secondhand Lions"" with his real life younger brother, Marc,... read full bio

Evan Farmer

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Perhaps best known as the host of TLC's hit show While You Were Out" for four seasons, Evan Farmer first made entertainment news in 1998 with his portrayal of the central character "Jerry O'Keefe" in MTV's first made-for-television movie 2GE+HER, for which he also recorded lead vocals on the soundtrack and follow up certified platinum album. The group went on... read full bio

Alexis Grace

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Alexis Grace is a singer from Memphis, Tennesee who rose to prominence after reaching the finals on season eight of American Idol. The blonde beauty has been singing since she was seven years old. While attending the University of Memphis, she sang with the schools concert choir. In her free time, she enjoys dancing, play the guitar, and taking care... read full bio

The Clovers

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The venerable rhythm and blues act, the Clovers, have a name synonymous with R'n'B chart activity over the years in a career of recording that has spanned 50 years. The Clovers still rank as the only R'n'B group to rival the legendary Drifters in traditional R'n'B chart success; having scored no fewer than 22 top twenty classics. The Clovers played... read full bio

Harvey & The Moonglows

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Among the most seminal R&B and doo wop groups of all time, the Moonglows' lineup featured some of the genre's greatest pure singers. The original lineup from Louisville included Bobby Lester, Harvey Fuqua, Alexander Graves, and Prentiss Barnes, with guitarist Billy Johnson. They were originally called the Crazy Sounds, but were renamed by disc jockey Alan Freed as the Moonglows.... read full bio

Lydia Pense & Cold Blood

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Lydia Pense has been inspiring audiences with her unique blend of funk, soul, and blues since Cold Blood's first shows at the Fillmore West in the early Seventies. Over the course of the six albums Cold Blood released, Lydia established herself as a legendary singer with a loyal following of devoted fans. Today, many contemporary female singers count her as... read full bio



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Celebrity Talent International is a booking agent to help you hire 's for corporate functions, business or private parites, fairs or festivals, weddings, speaking engangments, print or online advertising campaigns, media events, endorsements, fundraisers, or appearances. Contact CTI by calling 725-228-5100 today or submitting a request in order to book talent like Blame Sally, Leogun, Jonathan Slocumb, Larry D. Veal, Jon Dore, Keith Wann, Stephen K. Amos, Brian Scott McFadden, Native Run, PrototypeRaptor, Craig Handy, Cyrus Chestnut, Danny And The Juniors, Sir George Martin, Mitchel Muso, Evan Farmer, Alexis Grace, The Clovers, Harvey & The Moonglows, Lydia Pense & Cold Blood and more!
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