Emcee, Vocals, Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Mandolin, Dobro and Harmonica Born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Greg has been an active musician since the age of twelve when he began playing in a band with his mom, dad and brother. An accomplished musician on various instruments. He credits Ernest Tubb, George Strait, Faron Young, Porter Wagoner and […]
Grant Turner wasn’t always Ricky Mokel, the hilarious stage hand you see today. But he was always witty! Grant grew up in Decatur, Georgia playing football and was described in the high school yearbook as a “locker room comedian.” After graduation from UGA, Grant clowned his way out of a perfectly good job in the […]
Lisa Quibell Harvey is originally from Wales in the United Kingdom and started performing at a very young age. After training in Musical Theatre Performance and Performing Arts in Wales, Lisa joined the UK National tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat where she performed the lead role of “The Narrator” at just 18.
Rodney Williams is originally from Baltimore, MD and has traveled the world via the gift of music. His voice has crossed many cultures and boundaries. Rodney’s extraordinary vocal-versatility has embraced such musical genres as R&B, Pop, Jazz, Broadway, Country and Classical. His voice and abilities have been lent to such companies as Zomba Records, Word […]
Steven Michael Gannon has been sharing his wide vocal range and versatile singing styles across the country and around the world since the age of 18. He is from the little town of Temperance, Michigan and is an alumni of the University of Toledo. Credits include Les Miserables (National Tour) where Steven lived out his […]
Jason Cox comes from Eagle Pass, TX where he loved performing whether in church or spinning records as a local DJ for KINL Radio. Jason joined Alabama Theatre in 2005, and loves country music and singing all styles. Jason graduated from The University of North Texas and soon after headlined his own band singing country […]
Allison Guillidge is a Lincoln, Nebraska native. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Classical Vocal Performance from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Steffi Ledbetter. is from Auburn, AL. She was excited to leave her hometown and start this new adventure with the Alabama Theatre. Steffi is no stranger to show business.
Denise Tichenor Collins was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and grew up as one of eight children. Denise attended Lincoln University on a full scholarship. She continued to receive recognition for her vocal talent, and eventually took part in the national tour of Mamma Don’t. Denise has been a regular lead singer on the Bobby Jones […]
Claire Williams was born and raised in Lancashire England. She trained at the prestigious Royal Ballet School in London where she was fortunate enough to perform at the Royal Opera House and for members of the Royal Family. She began her professional dancing career in Austria with the Vienna Festival Ballet Company and then went […]
Dita Sartain is originally from Washington, DC where she trained at the Washington Ballet under the direction of Mary Day. She performed in Septime Webre’s rendition of The Nutcracker and many of the performances included noteable venues such as the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. She is a graduate from Oklahoma City University with a […]
Dusty Giamanco is a New York City accomplished dancer that hails from down south in Jonesville, Louisiana. His mother, Patricia Clepper, his first dance teacher, basically raised him in her dance studio, so his passion for dance runs deep. Clogging was the main focus of his mom’s studio, and after winning two national clog champion […]
Lindsey Thomé, dancer, aerialist, choreographer, teacher, began her dance training at the age of 3 in Fort Worth, Texas. She graduated Cum Laude from Oklahoma City University with a Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dance Performance and a minor in History. She trained at the School of Contemporary Ballet in Dallas, as well as several […]
Adam Gullidge is from Fareham on the south coast of England and at the age of four began training at the Kim Ellen School of Dance. At age 18 he graduated from the Doreen Bird College in London and danced at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with the London based ballet company Balletomania, performing the principal […]
Gianna Ehrke was born in Southern New Jersey before moving to Myrtle Beach in her teens but considers herself a local. She started dancing at the age of 3 at the Lowe Dance Studio in New Jersey. She received additional training at the Atlantic City Ballet Theater, New Jersey Ballet Theater, and the Carolina Forest […]
Corey Campbell started dancing when he was 8 years old, and hasn’t stopped since. He trained in Memphis, TN under the instruction of Natalie Fotopoulos, a top finalist on the popular reality TV show So You Think You Can Dance. He holds his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Arizona School of Dance, […]
Matt Raum is originally from North Dakota. He moved to Nashville in 2000 where he has performed with many bands as a multi-instrumentalist sideman and band leader.
John Anderson is from Tahlequah, Oklahoma. In high school he was selected Principal Trumpet for the Tri-State Music Festival and also toured Europe with the Young Tulsans Honor Band as Principal Trumpet and soloist.
Tim Oakes began piano lessons at an early age in Devon, England, a classical foundation providing a solid base for his later venture into other genres of music; he played blues and rock in the pubs, soul and funk in the clubs, the American songbook on the European piano bar circuit.
Kenny Duncan, originally born in Guilford County, North Carolina, started playing the guitar at age 10. He performed for six years with his family playing gospel music.
Michael Duva is from Alamogordo, New Mexico. He received his Bachelor of Music Education from New Mexico State University and has done graduate work at North Texas State.
Bobby Gabriele comes to Myrtle Beach from LA, and is thrilled to be the bandleader and drummer for the Alabama Theatre. After attending music school at Interlochen Arts Academy and the University of Michigan, he headed west and continued his percussion studies at The Musicians Institute of Technology in Hollywood.
George Hyde Sr. is originally from Olney, MD. He has over 35 years experience playing electric and upright bass. He performs a spectrum of styles, including Jazz, Country, Western Swing, Christian and Top 40.
Mark Perry comes from Concord, New Hampshire. He attended school at Keene State College where he recieved his Bachelor of Music in Music Education. He was highly active in ensembles for the school as well as the community, performing in the New Hampshire Youth Jazz Orchestra, Nevers 2nd Regiment Band, Keene Jazz Orchestra, Intercollegiate Bands, […]