Bonny Barry Sanders (Jacksonville, FL): Her poems have appeared in many literary magazines and journals including Blueline, California Quarterly, Ginger Hill, Hayden's Ferry Review, Kalliope, The Louisiana Review, Midwest Quarterly, Negative Capability, Pig Iron, Plainsong, Red Owl, Red Rock Review, South Dakota Review, White Pelican Review, and several others. She has also published book reviews, literary essays, and children's stories. “Sequoias” was published by Pig Iron in Environment: Essence and Issue. She is the author of a collection of poems, Touching Shadows, and of essays, book reviews, and poetry published in national literary journals and magazines. She won the Royal Palm Literary Award for poetry in 2005 from the Florida Writers Association. Ms. Sanders was raised and educated in Annapolis, Maryland. She received her bachelor’s degree in history from Principia College, a master’s degree in creative writing from Arizona State University, and a master of fine arts from Colorado State University. She has taught English composition, creative writing workshops, and western civilization at several universities. For over ten years she has been an editorial reader for Kalliope: A Journal of Women’s Literature & Art. She is also the recipient of two three-week residencies awarded by the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Ms. Sanders and her husband currently reside in Jacksonville, Florida.
Dr. Kathleen Scheide (West Hartford, CT): She holds degrees in harpsichord and organ performance from the New England Conservatory and the University of Southern California. Her major teachers have been John Gibbons, Frank Taylor, and Cherry Rhodes. She tours the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe as an organ and early keyboard (clavichord, fortepiano, and harpsichord) soloist. She is the recipient of a California Arts Council Touring Artist Grant . She has been sponsored in concert by many chapters of the American Guild of Organists and the Royal College of Canadian Organists. She has been a featured recitalist at conventions of the American Guild of Organists, the American Musical Instrument Society, the Music Teachers' Association of California, the National Association of Pastoral Musicians, the Organ Historical Society, and the Western Early Keyboard Association. Her collaborators include Claire Rottembourg, recorder, with whom she forms the ensemble Mvsica Poetica, and Zofie Vokalkova, flute soloist of the Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. She is a published composer whose works are included on her solo organ compact disc Liszt and Scheide (Raven Compact Disc OAR-350). Her performances for OHS meetings are included on the CD sets Historic Organs of Philadelphia and Historic Organs of Michigan (OHS). A Mozart recording with Vokalkova was released in 2001 on the Dutch label HLM. She taught piano, harpsichord and music history at Grossmont and Cuyamaca Colleges in El Cajon, CA. At St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, San Diego, where she was Music Director and Organist for eight years, she oversaw the installation and restoration of an historic mechanical action organ by Giles Beach/Wm. Visscher. She was appointed Organist at First Church of Christ, Scientist, Rancho Bernardo/Poway, CA, where she was involved in another organ expansion project. She was a Founding Member and Advisory Board Member of both the San Diego Harpsichord Society and the Western Early Keyboard Association (WEKA). She was on the Advisory Board of the San Diego Early Music Society and is a past Dean of and frequent volunteer for the San Diego AGO chapter. When she relocated to Arkadelphia, AR to fill the position of Assistant Professor of Organ and Music History at Henderson State University, she retained close connections and remained an active member and advisor. She presently teaches harpsichord at Westminster Choir College, Princeton, NJ and is organist and choir master on the historic E. M. Skinner organ at All Hallows Episcopal Church. http://www.kathleenscheide.com/index.html
Sharynn Rose Schibig (Seattle, WA): She was born in Seattle and has lived in the great Pacific Northwest for thirty-nine years. She loves the culture, arts, and entertainment that the city of Seattle has to offer. She has been writing poetry for over twenty years, and has had work accepted for publication many times over the last ten years. Each acceptance is an honor that she appreciates and greatly enjoys.
Sue Schnitzer (Boulder, CO): In December of 1992, she was a Special Agent of the FBI in the San Francisco Division. When her daughter Jamie was born, she took a few months off to enjoy motherhood and lots of hilly walks. She also took out her guitar and sang and played for Jamie. She sang songs she remembered from when she was a child, songs from youth group, and lots of folk songs. In the fall of 1993 after thirteen years as an agent, she decided to turn in her badge and move to Boulder, CO with her husband and Jamie. She also decided she wanted to go “back to music” and start a children's music business. That was great news to her Mom, a former librarian, because she had sung at her Mom's library in Malden, MA, over twenty-five years ago. In the summer of 1994, after a lot of research and practice, she contacted local preschools and began doing shows. In September 1994, soon after the birth of Becky, she began teaching a music and movement class one evening a week at Parenting Place in Boulder. After a few months, she added a day class and then more classes, and became known as “the music lady,” “Miss Sue,” “the music teacher,” and of course, “Jamie and Becky's Mom.” She is well known throughout the Boulder-Denver area as a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and teacher who specializes in music for young children and their families. She was the founder and director of Boulder County's Community Music School, a non-profit organization which offered classes, concerts, and other programs for infants and children through age eight. She teaches in Boulder, Broomfield, and Denver. Her website is www.weebeemusic.com
Joyce Seamone (New Germany, Nova Scotia, Canada): She was born in Maplewood, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada. While growing up in a rural setting, she was introduced to all types of music, as that was the format played at her local radio station. As a teenager, she listened and danced to all the rock-n-roll tunes of the day, and was later drawn to the country genre. She was involved in school drama, school and church choirs, entered local contests, and made guest appearances at local variety shows. She performed occasionally on local radio programs and TV. Her first encounter in a recording studio led to a number one country song in Canada, Testing 1-2-3, and a Gold Record. Other albums followed with charted singles. After years of entertaining steadily on the road, she gradually cut back and attended to raising her family. By the mid 1990s, she once again became more involved in music. In 1996, 1997, and 1999 she performed overseas to promote her current CD. She enjoys writing songs, and in 1998 wrote and recorded the winning song for Bridgewater, Nova Scotia's 100th Year Celebrations. Recently, she wrote and recorded Maplewood, about the community where she grew up. Her latest song to be recorded is a children's song,If you Feel Like Doing It. It was recorded on the Children's Millennium Project CD, raising over $6000.00 for her local hospital. She is active in SANS, the Songwriters Association of Nova Scotia. She arranges and hosts Song Circles and special events. She also belongs to the South Shore Bluegrass Music Association. She has organized song circles for the Annual Hank Snow Tribute Weekends, performing on the main stage as well. She is a member of several other music related organizations. In May of 2001, she became a published author as a contributor of one of fifty-four stories in Music Horror Stories:A Collection of Gruesome, True Tales As Told By Actual Innocent Victims Seeking A Career In The Music Business. Her story about a trip overseas that took a turn for the worse because of a bad accident made it into the collection. She custom writes songs for anyone wanting a specific song for an occasion, project or jingle. She is available to speak at workshops and entertain at events from large concerts to small functions. Music is a big part of her life, and she enjoys sharing it with anyone who will listen. She has been voted as an inductee into the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame. http://www.joyceseamone.com/
Don Sebesky (Mendham, NJ): He is one of the most respected composer-arrangers in music today. His sensitivity and versatility have enabled him to produce an enormous body of work, wide in scope, ranging from: JAZZ...Chet Baker, Paul Desmond, Wes Montgomery, to SYMPHONIC...Boston Pops, New York Philharmonic, Toronto Symphony, to POP...Barbara Streisand, Tony Bennett, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, in every medium. As a recording artist and through his collaborations with other artists, he has received 31 GRAMMY nominations (three time winner), three Tony nominations (winner 2000), two Drama Desk Awards, three Emmy nominations, and four Clio Awards. http://www.donsebeskymusic.com/index.htm
Robert Sedgwick (Del Mar, CA): He is a poet living in Del Mar, CA. He has attended Harry Griswold’s Pleasures of Poetry workshop for the last nine years, Idyllwild Summer Arts Poetry in 2005 through 2010 and has participated in a Master Poetry Workshop lead by Dr. Sam Hamod in 2007 and 2009. He spent one week in 2006 at the Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA studying under poets Ellen Bass, Dorianne Laux and Joe Millar. He is currently enrolled in a monthly critique group that meets in Rancho Bernardo, CA. He has four books of poetry, Forgotten Woods, Harmony of a Storm, Sand Castles, and Circles and Lines published by sedgwickARTcards, Del Mar, CA, as well as numerous poems published in various anthologies and periodicals.
Sandy Sherman (Palos Verdes, CA): She is a songwriter and the owner of In the Pink Music. She is the co-writer with Marilyn Harris of "That's What Moms Are For" in My Mother's Day and Father's Day Fun Book.
Sharla Shore (Fountain Hills, AZ): She is a blues-influenced acoustic guitar player, songwriter, and vocalist. She has a versatile style and is adaptable to nearly any setting. She has played across the nation at a variety of venues and fundraisers. http://www.reverbnation.com/sharlashore
John Simons (Swansea, UK): He is the owner of Composed Music and a songwriter living in the UK. He co-wrote with Barry Laing "Skateboard Santa" in My Christmas Fun Book Level Two.
Bobbi Sinha-Morey (Brentwood, CA): She is a freelance quote researcher for Running Press Book Publishers, poetry editor for Dark Regions, secretary, editor of her own Selected Poetry Series, and a poet. Her work can be seen in a variety of publications such as New Thought Journal and many others. She has done a number of poetry books, including The Lighter Side Of The Writing Life, Serendipity, The Sixth Vision, and The Lilac-Bleeding Star. On the Internet, her books of poetry The Sylvan, Tears Of A Mourning Rose, Sorceress At Breakfast, and Heart Of An Indian can all be seen at ebooksonthe.net. In addition, she has won first place in the First Annual Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror Poetry, Short Story, First Chapter Contest in 1996 held by the North Texas Professional Writers Association, the 1997 Cedar Bay Press LLC Poet's Award for Outstanding Achievement, and as Best Poet of 1994 by the Small Press Genre Association. In the past, she has been co-editor of Horror Magazine, editor of The Genre Writer's News, associate editor for Aberrations, poetry editor for the original Aberrations, poetry editor for Midnight Zoo, and writer for The Orinda News. She has also done a variety of nonfiction that can be seen in many magazines. She has been a poetry columnist for years. Her fiction includes work in Alternate Realities and Lost Ages Chronicle, among others. While a student at Wright State University she worked on the student body literary magazine, Nexus. In 1987 she graduated from WSU with honors and a BA in Communications. She has been to France, India, and England.
Melanie J. Simms (Liverpool, PA): She is an emerging poet and has been publishing poetry for the past four years under the mentorship and editing talents of Gary Young. Her poems are published in Zuzu's Petals, Angel News Magazine, Red Coral, and various newspapers such as the Monterey News Herald, York Times, and Santa Cruz Sentinel. She has been a private opera student and soloist with various opera companies and universities including the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA, Cabrillo College Opera Festival, and a private student of Jean Garson with the San Jose Opera Company. She is the recipient of several operatic scholarships.
Wanda D. Simoni (Sacramento, CA): A Massachusetts native, she is a graduate of Smith College and the mother of five children. She has taught English in high school as well as at colleges in Breckenridge, CO, Miranda, CA, and Yuba College, CA. She supplemented her own education with creative writing courses, and is a member of the Range of Lights Workshop in Sacramento. She has been published in forty-three journals, newspapers, and magazines, including The Writer, The Village, Piano Quarterly, Science of Mind, Sierra Journal, San Fernando Poetry Journal, American Rose, Orphic Lute, The Acorn, and Reflect. Her poem “Piano” was first published in Piano Quarterly in the Fall 1987 issue, Vol. #139. She begins her day gravitating to the piano before her first cup of coffee. At one point, she had three pianos in her home.
Christopher Smith (Lubbock, TX): Born on the Massachusetts coast, he has played blues, jazz, and traditional Irish music since childhood. Now professor of music history at Texas Tech Univ., he plays and teaches in Ireland and across the US. He cites T'ang poetry, Zen Buddhism, the Beats, and San Francisco Poetry Renaissance, and the colloquialisms of musicians as influences on his writing. He has published books, book chapters, scholarly articles, liner notes, and teaching materials on many topics in jazz, classical, and world music, and records and tours internationally with Altramar medieval music ensemble, Last Night's Fun, and the Juke Band.
R. T. Smith (Deceased): From Akron, OH, he was a long time member of BMI. As a songwriter, he enjoyed writing country and country novelty songs. In 2000, he was honored to have five of his songs, three of which were co-written with Carlon Miller of Georgia, included on the Halloween Bash compact disc album, recorded by Victor R. Vampire and Friends and released on the Allegheny Music Works label.
Claudia Ann Sodaro (Tarpon Springs, FL): She is an educator, with a Master of Science Degree in Elementary Education. She also has experience as a playground director, a volunteer library storyteller for toddlers and preschoolers, and an art museum docent. In addition to freelance writing for a local newspaper, she has had articles, essays, short stories, and poems published in A Spindrift Anthology, Stories of Strength, My Halloween Fun Book (Piano Press), Guidepost’s Positive Thinking Magazine, Writer’s Digest Magazine, Start Writing Now Magazine, St. Petersburg Times Newspaper, and Tampa Tribune Newspaper. For several years, she wrote reviews of children’s books and toys for Kaboose Network. She was awarded the “O. Henry Prize” by the St. Petersburg Library of Florida for one of her children’s stories and recently received Honorable Mention in a SCBWI Contest. Wee Ones Online Magazine For Kids is publishing her poems and craft in their 2007/2008 issues. A musician and member of BMI, she received formal instruction in music by Maestro Elmer Broast. Piano is her primary instrument of expression. The past eleven years, she has composed her own music predicated on a lifetime of musical experience. She has performed locally at Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, Historical Stafford House of Tarpon Springs, Feather Sound Country Club in Clearwater, Stratford Court and Allegro. Her second CD, Destiny, consists of eighteen piano instrumentals. She is working on a third CD of eighteen songs, as well. A song that she wrote, “Christmas Bells,” was published in 2006 by Piano Press in My Christmas Fun Book and My Christmas Fun Songbook and CD.
Jena Smith (Scarsdale, NY): She makes her living as a musician. Music is not only her livelihood, it is her joy. Initially a mezzo-soprano, Jena attended the Julliard School on scholarship, toured with The Robert Shaw Chorale. She later formed and conducted The Performing Arts Society, an opera and chamber music organization in Westchester, NY. She also has conducted musical comedy on Cape Cod. Presently conductor of the chorus “Cantemus.” she also teaches voice, paints, sculpts, composes, and writes poetry. She has had numerous poems published in The Iconoclast, Sunday Suitor, Sunflower Dream Summer, The Writer's Gazette, Creative With Words, Long Island Quarterly, Northern Star, Syncopated City, Twilight Ending, and many others. She has placed in poetry contests, and was awarded a $1,000 grant for poetry from the Vogelstein Foundation in 2000.
Mary Beth Stone (New York, NY): An award-winning songwriter (finalist in Lilith Fair and NSAI songwriting contests), she performs solo, with her band, Stone Pulse, and with the Good Ol' Boys (& girls!) Songwriters Circle. Making her home in New York City, she is regional coordinator of the NSAI chapter there. She is also a member of ASCAP (and an alumna of ASCAP's Advanced Songwriters' Workshop), NARAS, the Songwriters Guild of America, the National Academy of Popular Music, Women in Music, and the New Jersey Country Music Association. She is currently at work on her own CD. Her song, Strange and Wonderful Thing, is the theme song for the radio talk show, Brainline, hosted by Rev. George Soroka. The song is included as an insert in a book by Rev. Soroka, Focused or Dead: How to Live in Joy, on which she also has a prose-writing credit.
Sarena Straus (New York, NY): She spent five years working as a prosecutor at the Bronx District Attorney's Office. The last three years of her career were spent prosecuting felony cases in domestic violence, sex crimes, and crimes against children. She began writing poetry as a way to cope with the trauma that she faced in dealing with the victims of these crimes. She first showed her work to her father, also a published poet, about a year after she began writing. He encouraged her to enroll in a workshop. She has been writing ever since, and had the honor of studying with Thomas Lux, Molly Peacock, and Marie Ponsot over the last three years. Her poems have since evolved to not only function as a coping mechanism, but also as an outlet for the things she loves, such as singing and music. To that end, she has also been a member of the New York Choral Society for the last four years. Her grandmother was a librarian and a piano teacher. She wrote her first draft of Remembering Schubert shortly after her singing Debut in Carnegie Hall, as she stood there wishing that her grandmother could have seen her. Symphony Beat combines her love of music with her coping with tragedy as it acknowledges peaceful moments that we all have even in times of personal difficulty.
Vicki Stringer (Riverdale, NY): Her publication credits include American Poets & Poetry, Troubadour, Light, and Amelia. At poetry workshops within the last ten years, she has studied with Nicholas Christopher, Scott Cairns, and Stephen Dunn. She has an MA in Music from Columbia University, and is a retired professional violinist and actress. She had a long, successful career in theatre, film, and TV. She appeared as solo act on twelve major TV shows, including the Steve Allen show, and has worked all over the world. She taught Music/Drama for nine years in the NYC public schools, including all the orchestra instruments.
Katherine Swarts (Houston, TX): She has published three articles with the Institute of Children's Literature, one article in a Houston parenting magazine, and one devotional in Keys for Kids with a second, pending publication. She also has a poem in an issue of Holidays and Seasonal Celebrations . Her articles cover such topics as versatility, creativity, persistence, and love of learning. She has a bachelor's degree in English and a master's in journalism, and is a member of SCBWI.
Ann Taylor (Woburn, MA): She is a professor of English at Salem State College in Salem, MA, where she teaches writing courses, English Literature, Arthurian Literature, The Art of the Essay, and Poetry Analysis. She has written two books on college composition, academic and free-lance essays, and most recently, a book of personal essays, Watching Birds: Reflections on the Wing (Ragged Mountain/McGraw Hill, 1999). She has recently published poems in Wavelength,Mobius,Pine Island Journal of New England Poetry,Ibbetson Street Press, Tiger's Eye, Reflect, The Aurorean, Sahara, The Unrorean, InLand, Arion, and The Dalhousie Review. She lives with her husband, Francis Blessington, and their two children, Geoffrey and Julia.
Kermit Teague (Taylorsville, NC): He is the owner of Teague Town Tunes and a songwriter whose credits include "Lost and Found" on the Down on Sawmill Road CD and "The Rarely Herd" on the Roundup, Vol. 1 CD.
Erin Alan Thomas (Willits, CA): He has lived in Mendocino County, CA since July of 1999. Born in Riverside, CA and raised in various locations up and down the coast, he has been a resident of CA throughout his life. His interest in poetry began at age twelve with a publication from Doubleday, The Best Loved Poems of the American People. He has since never ceased to be an avid reader of poetry. Over the years, he has developed an interest in the lyrical works of many classical poets. Aside from developing his skills as a writer of poems, he has made a hobby of memorizing and reciting poems, many of which he also sings, or cantillates.
Holly H. Thomas (Meadowview, VA): She was born in Texas, and now lives in the mountains of far Southwestern Virginia. She and her husband, Jim, run a small decorative painting and mural business in the region, and their work has been featured in several regional and national publications. They have been writing songs for over twenty years. Holly is currently a coordinator for the Johnson City, TN, NSAI songwriters workshop, very near Bristol, VA/TN, recognized by Congress as the Birthplace of Country Music. She also writes poems and short stories, one of which won the 1993 Lou Crabtree Award for fiction.
Joe Thompson (Annapolis, MD): A song that he introduced at his Cabaret in the summer of 2001, P.U. won the gold prize in the children's category of the 2001 Mid-Atlantic Song Contest. He attended the gala held at the Hard Rock Cafe in Washington, DC. He performed the song, and afterwards met Tom Paxton, one of his favorite songwriters. Tom told him that he had been looking for him to tell him how much he enjoyed the song. The song will be included on a compilation CD of the winners. His song Pirates in the Bath won best children's song in the 2001 Just Plain Folks Music Awards, and his CD Every Kind of Magic came in second for best children's CD.
Ceinwen Mary Topper (Nepean, Ontario, Canada): She is a SCBWI member with a background in journalism, editing, and teaching. Much of her published work has been newspaper articles written while she was an editor with Thompson Newspapers. She has written educational guidelines for the Ottawa Board of Education. She is a part-time professor at Algonquin College in Ottawa, Canada, where she teaches advanced writing.
Bud Tower (New Orleans, LA): He has been a writer throughout most of his career. Majoring in English and Economics, he received a BA from Lake Forest College and went on to graduate with an MBA from Tulane University. Various jobs in public accounting and the oil industry led him to the securities industry where he spent thirteen years in sales, investment banking, and ultimately research. As a stock analyst and Director of Research for regional investment bank, Howard, Weil, Labouisse, Friedrichs, Inc., Mr. Tower wrote 100s of research reports concerning the oil industry in general and major and independent oil companies and refiners. He is an accomplished guitar and bass player and has been writing music for thirty years. His song We Are America has received airplay in various U.S. radio markets in the wake of the September 11, 2001 tragedies. He recently completed the soundtrack for a locally produced play about survivors of Hurricane Betsy, which devastated parts of New Orleans in 1965. He is a single parent of one 21-year old daughter, Elizabeth.
Nelson Trout (Millville, NJ): He has spent more than twenty years perfecting the art of songwriting with over forty songs published, and a dozen songs recorded by others artists. Twice his songs have reached the Billboard Top 100. He released his first solo CD in 1996, titled Beggar's Dance. The CD sold out it's first pressing and continues to sell in its third pressing and still receives airplay. Nelson released his second CD, titled Ridin' Out the Storm in 1999, a successful blend of pop-rock, alternative country, and power ballads. He wrote and recorded the theme song World Series Time for the 2000 Girls Softball Babe Ruth World Series. He wrote and recorded Fishin' with Mike for the television show Fishing with Mike. His song Inside Out was chosen to be included on the compilation disc for the McDowell Foundation, a children's cancer research organization . All My Dreams are Coming Blue was recently recorded by Simon Lee of England (Guitar Magazine, Guitar Player of the Year 1998) and will appear on Lee's upcoming CD. His song Separate Lives Together has attracted the interest of the pop group, N'Sync. He wrote and recorded the official theme song for Cumberland County, New Jersey. He wrote and recorded the jingle for Ike's Famous Crabcakes. His song Ridin' Out The Storm is included on the compilation disc for Kid Antrim Music of New York City. He is a member of the Austin Songwriters Group. He is concert writer for Purrmag.com, an Internet entertainment and variety magazine. He is presently working on his third CD as well as other commercial projects. In 2003, legislation was put in motion to adopt his song New Jersey, USA as the official New Jersey state song, Assembly bill 2665. His song The Battle was included on a special project CD by Goodnight Kiss Records. He co-wrote Hold On 2u and Another Dream Come True with James Bradley Jr., the fabulous drummer and vocalist with such people as Chuck Mangione, George Benson, Tower Of Power, Crazy Town, etc. for his new CD with his current Band E.X.P. He received an honorable mention for his song Special Friend in the 2001 John Lennon Songwriting Contest.
Glenn Turanza (Los Angeles, CA): He is a performing songwriter that has played at B.B. King's, Tangier, Largo, Whisky A Gogo, The Roxy, Luna Park, Moondog Cafe, Rusty's, Highland Grounds, The El Rey, and 99.3 FM KCLA Radio. Originally from Seattle, he has a B.A. in Music from the University of Washington, has studied with jazz pianist Marc Seales, was coached on lyric and songwriting by songwriter-producer Jai Josefs, has worked in the studio with Mike Cee of The Arkiteks, and came in 4th globally in Universal Idol, an online voting competition. He is also a solfege-trained sight reader, a pianist, scorer, and arranger. http://glennturanza.com/default.aspx
Doak Turner (Nashville, TN): He is originally from St. Albans, WV. He is a songwriter with the cut Righteous Right Hand on the Sacred Call CD. His song Dreamin' 'Bout Sunday Afternoon played on the NASCAR USA syndicated radio show to over 200 radio stations across the country. He was the NSAI regional workshop coordinator for Charlotte, NC. He organized and worked with sponsors and media for the very successful “Music Row To Charlotte” event in coordination with NSAI in July of 2001. He has twenty years of experience in the radio, sports marketing, sponsorships, concert, and events business. He is the publisher and editor of The Nashville Muse www.nashvillemuse.com
The Uncle Brothers (Orangeburg, NY): Tom Gardner, father of three, has been writing music for over twenty years. He recently began performing family music with his partner, Danny Quinn. They formed The Uncle Brothers in 1998. Their debut CD, Two Big Kids, won both the Parents Choice and The Parents Guide Awards. They also won the Children's Music Web Award as Best New Artist in 2001. Tom won KIDSING 2001, a national composers competition, for his song Rainbow. Their latest CD, Just Say Uncle, is already being heralded for its original upbeat songs like Just Say No To Drugs, I Will Never Smoke, Man in The Moose, and others. They received “5 Stars” from Parents Guide Magazine who described them as “delightful and entertaining!” http://www.unclebrothers.com/
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