Jordan’s love of performance began at the age of three. From her first dance recital, it was apparent her passion for expression and communication would endure. At the age of nine, she was thrilled to make her professional theater debut in The Indiana Repertory Theatre’s production of The Giver as Lily. She has performed in their production of A Christmas Carol for the past four seasons, playing many roles including Belinda and Betsy Cratchit. Jordan was honored with the lead role in the Interlochen Performing Arts Academy’s production of Journey to the World’s Edge.
Take a little pop, throw in some R&B, mix it with some soul and add a touch of jazz and the result is the electrifying sounds of Blair Clark. Clark has captivated audiences through Europe, Canada and all over the U.S. Appearing at numerous concerts, festivals, private events, and clubs.
Clark has had the privilege of working with Grammy award-winner/producer Narada Michael Walden, BMI ® award-winner Preston Glass and New Orleans jazz legend Henry Butler, to name a few. He’s enjoyed collaborating and recording with Evelyn “Champagne” King and Ron Tyson of The Temptations.READ MORE HERE
From your first note to your first show, Coach Blair's Voice & Performance Studio is THE SPOT to train your voice and gain performance techniques. Blair's Studio features a full stage (with lights!) for artists to practice their art!
At Blair's Voice & Performance Studio, we believe the whole body is the instrument. Learn valuable techniques to help you in key performance areas including: the breath, facial expressions, natural movement, crowd interaction and on-stage presence.
TFFB is a fun, upbeat, musically-versatile, energetic band with quality musicians, strong vocals and experienced entertainers. We are a 100% live, no track band.
The Fun Factor Band consists of top-notch, seasoned professional musicians. Electrifying singer, Blair Clark, is the leader of the The Fun Factor Band.
Clark has captivated audiences through Europe, Canada and all over the U.S. appearing at numerous concerts, festivals, private events, and clubs.
The mission of Friends Helping Friends, Inc. is to assist individuals, organizations and families in need of aid, hope and healing by providing a range of services including, but not limited to, direct and in-direct financial assistance and the support of organizations through musical performances.
The vision of Friends Helping Friends, Inc.is to provide support and positive opportunities to the individuals and organizations we reach.
As a city council member Ron Carter has followed one overriding goal. That is to make sure that Carmel is considered; by our current residents, by those who own businesses who may be looking to locate here, and by those who work for those businesses; to be the very best place to live in the Midwest and, for that matter, one of the most desirable places in the entire United States to live, work and raise a family.
Ron Carter is a founder and the president of the Carmel Farmers Market. Ron has been the leading advocate of trails and greenways in Carmel city government for over twenty years. Through Ron's leadership Carmel has been designated a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. In addition, the Rails to Trails Conservancy has designated the Monon Greenway as a Hall of Fame Trail.
Sammi has been singing since she was 8 years old. She started performing in musicals and choir with her school and in her community, however she fell in love with performing popular and original music.
She is excited to continue to sing, play, and perform in college!
Molly Jones started her music career at the age of 14. She got her start by playing at Nancy Noel’s art gallery once based in Zionsville, Indiana. At 15, she joined the Carmel High School’s Symphony Orchestra. By 16, she achieved Best High String Soloist for the National Orchestra Cup at New York City’s Lincoln Center.
She plays her harp at many events in Carmel and Indianapolis. Most recently, she played at the Palladium. Her music is a mix of pop, classical, and jazz. In addition to performing, she also teaches private lessons in harp.
Emme Vogt is a singer/songwriter who has been singing and acting for most of her life. She has done over 18 musicals and her lead roles have included Belle in Beauty and the Beast, Frenchy in Grease, and Little Red from Into the Woods. Emme has preformed many solo opportunities, singing in almost every genre including pop, theater, classical, and country. Her original music is something that she likes to think of as unique and spunky. Emme's favorite part about music? It's ability to allow her to express creativity and inspire her to be original.
Emme recently graduated from high school and is performing community theater throughout Indianapolis. She is going to cosmetology school to focus on her love for the beauty industry. Catch Emme on YouTube posting about her life, and most importantly, her music.
Kassey King is a singer/songwriter, with a distinctive, soulful, sultry sound. Whether performing an emotional ballad on piano or a lively tune on her guitar, her mesmerizing voice always captivates her audience. Since beginning the pursuit of a musical career at the young age of nine, she has performed at hundreds of shows, including opening for many well known performers, including platinum recording artist and winner of American Idol, David Cook; Grammy nominated country pop star, Sylvia; Grammy nominated guitarist, Tim Reynolds; rock artist Michael Kelsey; Brian Vander Ark of the alternative rock band, The Verve Pipe; and national touring band, Caravan of Thieves.
I am Doug Setters, a singer/guitarist. I've played at restaurants, municipal events, special events, festivals, wine shops, and breweries. After a career in the insurance industry, I'm now pursuing my passion for music.
My concept is to present an inviting mix of great songs along with some of my original tunes for a unique live music experience. I cover everybody from Sinatra to Johnny Cash. It's all about the songs. Songs are a medium for story telling. Story telling with songs has been going on in pretty much all the world's cultures since the beginning. Songs still inform and connect us as only great tunes can.
Ti'Piman, born Carolyne St.Louis, was born and raised in Florida. She was 12 years old when she begged her mom to take her to a model audition . She went to the audition and made it to the second round. Although she didn't make it to the final season, her love for the stage had begun.
Her family, originally from Haiti, always moved around and never really were stable. After loosing their home in Florida, they went to Indiana to stay with family. When she was in the second grade she met a friend and the two of them began dancing and writing music together.
From a very young age, Owen Newkirk enjoyed his time on the stage. It began with the Raintree Children’s Choir in grades 4 & 5. During this time he was selected for solo performances. The group performed in various events in Henry County, IN. During his time at Knightstown Intermediate School he was a part of the choir, had several solo performances, and participated in school musicals and plays.
In 2017 Owen join Studio 3 Music Academy. He participated in a couple Christmas concerts. He was the lead singer in the student country band for two years and the student high school band for a year. During this time he performed at various events like Broadripple Arts Festival, Anderson Prep Academy Music and Arts Festival, Pendleton Fall Festival, Pendleton Art and Music Festival, Pendleton Idol Competition, and Markleville Jamboree. Owen also had the opportunity to open for recording artist Corey Cox. READ MORE HERE
Declan Nelligan is an undergraduate student at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. He is currently studying Commercial Music with an emphasis in music technology. His career goals include performing, producing, and arranging music for film & television.
Rosie Inman is an 18 year old singer and performer from Zionsville, Indiana who has played and sang for many years among bands, school organizations, and solo gigs in various locations across the state. Currently residing in West Lafayette attending Purdue University, she has been able to make music a major part of her life.
In High School, she performed and sang in the women’s show choir group, Choralaires, her sophomore and junior years, then Royalaires for her senior year. This definitely kicked start her love for music and interest in playing guitar and singing solo for a crowd...