This Atlanta metro area Variety/Party Band fuses together an amazing female lead vocalist and fabulous studio-quality musicians to produce a performance that is head and shoulders above the rest!
Using state-of-the-art technology, we pride ourselves on capturing the very best of each song! Exceptional versatility allows us to perform favorites from Classic Rock, Pop, Disco, Funk, R & B, Country, Motown, to current dance music.
"If it has a great beat, we play it!"
PATTI CALLEIA is a singer/performer and professional artist who has owned her own decorative art company for over twenty years. She has also added successful, licensed Realtor to her business accomplishments. She has been a long-time member of the Long Island Cabaret Theater and has performed with the Garden City Community Theater, The Oceanside Concert Series, and BACCA’s “Ladies Night Cabaret” in Lindenhurst, NY. Patti created “An Afternoon of Love Songs”, a one-woman show which she has performed at nursing homes and rehabilitation centers. She has been the lead singer in a Funk/R&B/Soul/Classic disco band, “The Funk Project”. She was also the co-creator (along with Mike Young on guitar) and vocalist for the acoustic duo, “Painted Moon”. Patti has also studied voice with two-time Emmy Award and two-time Richard Rogers Award winner, Mr. Kim Oler. She is currently the lead vocalist for an Atlanta based dance/party band, “Mystic Moon”
JERRY PIPER KEYBOARD / VIOLIN / BASS / GUITAR / VOCALS / FIDDLE has appeared with and at shows featuring Kenny Rogers, Leslie West (Mountain), The Drifters, Danny Gatton, Moogy Klingman (Utopia), Peter Shickele, Tony Bennett, Big Al Downing, and others. He served as the State Representative for the New Jersey Country Music Association for many years. In Washington DC he helped create and run nightclub – “Louie’s Rock City” – a 2000 person venue in Arlington Virginia, which showcased national acts like Peter Frampton, Mountain, and Exile. Jerry was the bass player for ‘All of the Above’ a national act produced by Tony Bongiovi. Jerry Piper studied classical violin at Ohio State Music Conservatory in Columbus under Robert Gerle, the famed Hungarian violinist. He played with the Middletown Symphony Orchestra in Middletown, Ohio, and later with ‘Pershings Own’ – the United States Army Band at Fort Myer, VA, playing for 2 years at the White House and State Department functions.
FERRELL BARTON has been playing drums/percussion from the 8th grade till present. Ferrell first heard the drums when he was 13. He loved the power they projected. Ferrell attended Briarcliff High school. Graduated from college in 1973. He enjoys playing all types of music… With Ferrel being a dancer he loves to play dance music and absolutely loves to see the dance floor filled with dancers.
Wayne Phillips has been a performing and recording musician since he was 9 years old and has delighted fans on tour all over the USA and Canada with his funky, rhythmic grooves.