“The Meltones” – Country/BlueGrass. The Meltones live here in Nashville and play every Friday and Saturday night at the Caney Fork restaurant in the Opryland area. They perform country, bluegrass, and Americana. Alan O’Bryant, of the Nashville Bluegrass Band plays the banjo; Kathy Kuhn plays fiddle; Dave Melton plays upright bass; and Chris Melton plays the guitar. Chris is also the music teacher at Holy Rosary Academy.”
High Gravity Quartet - Barbershop Quartet. Barbershop is one of the few truly American art forms. Come hear some of those good old songs, and some more modern ones, sung in the Barbershop style by one of Nashville’s top Barbershop Quartets.
Jazz Alliance – Big Band Jazz. A 19 member big band jazz ensemble based out of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. Come hear that big band jazz music made famous by Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Stan Kenton, Woody Herman. Buddy Rich, Maynard Ferguson, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Billie Holiday, Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee, Cannonball Adderley, Doc Severinsen, Blood Sweat and Tears, Chicago, Earth Wind and Fire, Stevie Wonder and many others.
Fiddlesticks - Fiddlesticks is a student performing group that provides music at various area churches, assisted living facilities, farmers markets, and other venues throughout the Nashville area. Fiddlesticks is comprised of several dedicated and enthusiastic violin students of Donelson Christian Arts Academy who love to perform a variety of bluegrass, country and celtic favorites.
Mike Zikovich – Piano/Accordion
Mikki Zip – Contemporary vocal and guitar. Mikki has been in the Nashville area for just a little over 2 years now. After playing venues like the New York State Fair and the Taste of Syracuse in Central New York, Mikki is now making her mark “where the music is”. Please check her out at Mikki Zip on facebook and see where she’ll be playing next!
Nashville Vocal Jazz Company – “Manhattan Transfer” style vocal jazz. With 3 of the 4 singers being members of YOUR VERY OWN, St Stephens Choir, you can take great pride in this group. You know Nanci, Gary and Paul from singing the responsorial at the 8:30 mass but you’ve never heard them joining in close harmony with “super alto” Ann Cavanaugh. Come and enjoy their fun vocal styling’s of songs like “Trickle Trickle, Java Jive, Operator, Route 66 and Boy From New York City”; accompanied by 5 superb instrumental musicians from the Jazz Alliance