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Piano: Accompanist/Performing Jazz
Jennifer Graham is a professional singer and member of SAG – AFTRA, and lived in Los Angeles for 20 years. She has worked on over 100 movies, including AVATAR, TANGLED, GANGSTER SQUAD, and LA LA LAND, also lending her voice to the DEADPOOL 2 and AMUSEMENT PARK movie soundtracks, working with Academy Award winning composer Steven Price on the latter. Her voice is also currently on the Dreamworks opening credit.
She has also sung on many Academy Awards shows and TV shows such as GLEE, The Simpsons, Family Guy, Boston Legal, and Desperate Housewives. She has recorded with Josh Groban, Michael Buble, Kristen Chenoweth, Dolly Parton, Weezer, and many more.
Jenny is from Oklahoma originally, but lived in London for 12 years where she was 1st Soprano in the highly acclaimed vocal group THE SWINGLE SINGERS, and has also sung on many cruise ships including the Royal Odyssey, Cunard’s QE 2, and Princess, and theme parks including Opryland, Six Flags, and Silver Dollar City.
While Jenny loves singing in the studio, and performing , she has been Musical Director for many musicals in the Southern California area, including The Addams Family, Cinderella, Oklahoma, Drowsy Chaperone, Crazy For You, The Wiz and many more. Jenny loves cultivating new talent in a positive, nurturing and healthy way. She is currently serves on the Voice faculty of Oklahoma City University.
Christopher Walters, born in New Orleans, moved from New York to Nashville in 1989. When not touring with his own band, Chris performs and records as the keyboardist with various artists, including The Jeff Coffin Mu’tet, JD Souther, and The Peter Mayer Group. He has performed with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra and recorded the soundtrack for a documentary film scored by Bela Fleck.
At the age of 18, he was a finalist in the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra’s Gershwin competition. Chris attended the Jazz Studies Program at Webster University in St. Louis, and was listed by them as a notable alumnus in a recent Downbeat magazine article. His debut album, “Strange Fruit,” was featured on National Public Radio’s Jazz South program, and his 2003 release, “Cool Blue Swing,” garnered praise for 11 tracks of original music.
Two of his recent recordings, “Yay! Everybody, Yay!” (2012) and "Boneyard Thieves" (2018) feature new original songs as well as works by Alberto Ginastera and Cole Porter, with orchestrations around his small group performances. His Grammy-nominated recording, "Whisper & Howl" (2019), is an instrumental album inspired by the 1950s and 60s Exotica of Les Baxter and Esquivel.
Chris is also an award-winning animator. Two of his animated shorts won first place at the 2005 Key West IndieFest Film Festival.
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