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Multitalented Jaci Rae not only has a great CD, she is a photographer and
has recently released her new book, " Insiders Tricks For Making Your Music A
Success". Check out the ALL the details on Tonya's site!
Jaci on MKOC
With 2 new self penned singles, this Oklahoma "country gentleman"
is receiving airplay on several Oklahoma radio stations.
Steve is one of those "Talented Texans", and is enjoying a twenty
plus year career as a country entertainer. The keys to Steve's continued success and
longevity, besides the massive amount of talent he possesses, are his dedication, drive
and work ethic.
Among her credits is her rendition of "My Desperado" on an album
for Oklahoma's 100th anniversary of the Cherokee Strip Land Run. Sharon shares space on
the album with country superstars Roy Clark and Hank Thompson.
An experienced entertainer, Jess has a smooth
bass voice. In his latest album,"Doin' It Right", Jess weaves his musical
style into various forms of music that range from Bob Wills' Western Swing to a style
reminiscent of Dean Martin's Easy-Listening Ballads.
Out of Kentucky comes a rich country tenor voice that was meant for
ballads. Ray Tharp's, "After the Storm" will entice anyone who loves a
heartfelt, heartbreakin' country song.
B.W.'s music is a blend of country, rock and blues, mixed with a raspy
baritone voice. In his music you can hear the influences from Johnny Cash to Lynyrd
Skynyrd with some early Clapton licks thrown in. B.W.'s music is presented in MP3.
Bobby K' Kingston
Originally from Canada, Bob 'Bobby K' Kingston now resides in
Las Vegas, Nevada. Son of the late Jack Kingston, Bobby K
dedicated his debut project, "Since I Lost You" in memory of his father and most
of the songs are songs that his father was associated with during his career.
Bobby on MKOC
Raised in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountain's, Fred McCarty is a
musicians musician. A veteran of many musical genres, Fred's background includes
composition and performance experience in Jazz, Classical, Rock, Bluegrass, and Country.
He's studied Jazz with Chuck Mangione, Classical guitar with Stanley Watson and is a
graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music. He's composed well in excess of three
hundred songs and compositions.