I like to think that I have the best entertainers in the state, and Dwayne Haggins (pronounced HAY-ggins) might be the one I book the most. His silky voice, bluesy sound, and unusual repertoire of country, funk, blues, and soul make him a stand-out. His laid back demeanor is perfect for those who appreciate it, and several venues book him again and again.
Noah is a complete one-man-show with a professional-grade keyboard, stellar voice, and even even a saxophone (if he has notice). He was on Blake Shelton's team on The Voice, and he is incredibly comfortable and charming in front of a crowd.
Kathryn’s love of music began at the age of three when she started lessons. Since then, she has studied classical violin with several instructors and has recently studied improvisation, jazz, and fiddle-style playing. Kathryn is lead fiddle player for Grammy-nominated country artist Ashley Jordan in the Ashley Jordan Band and performs solo and with her band all around Massachusetts.
Dan Mackowiak grew-up playing the accordion, and now it’s his favorite retirement activity. He plays with several ensembles, including his own ballroom dance quartet.
Dan’s programs feature music from the American Songbook and from
various European traditions: Scandinavian, Polish, German, Italian, French and Celtic.
He particularly enjoys getting his audiences to remember the music they heard and loved years ago.
As a performer and arranger for the harp, Shelley Otis plays an unexpected variety of music including original compositions, covers of newly released music, jazz standards, traditional Celtic tunes, and is also a member of several ensembles including the Celtic band Ulster Landing and the children’s music group the Jumping Monkeys.
Since Grant's move to Texas, we have been setting him up with some gigs out in the wild west. His masterful guitar and smooth vocals are great for warm summer afternoons when you want to relax with some classic tunes. He's also perfect for background sets at dinner or an outdoor event.