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Bobby Valli

Bobby Valli, is originally from Newark, New Jersey, and the younger brother of Frankie Valli of The Four Seasons. Singing, writing, producing and performing since the age of 15, he has recorded his own original work for several major record labels including Columbia and Metromedia. Bobby’s television appearances include Upbeat, Scene 70 and The Jerry More Info »

Will Hammerstein

Oscar and Dorothy Hammerstein moved to Highland Farm in 1940, with Oscar down on his luck. His luck soon changed when Richard Rodgers dropped by the farm for lunch, with designs on making Oscar his new writing partner. Over the next 19 years, Highland Farm became the birthplace for timeless Rodgers and Hammerstein classics, including: More Info »

Beverly Ross

Beverly Ross is most famous for writing classic hit songs such as: Lollipop (with Julius Dixon), Judy’s Turn to Cry (with Edna Lewis) and Dim Dim the Lights (with Julius Dixon), hailed by Alan Freed, the DJ who coined the name “Rock N’ Roll”as “the grand daddy song of Rock n’ Roll.”Beverly’ s music is More Info »

Solomon Hicks

SOLOMON HICKS HAS BEEN CALLED ‘LIL’ B.B. KING, EAST MONTGOMERY, AND KING SOLOMON BY HIS FANS FROM NYC, NATIONALLY AND NOW INTERNATIONALLY. He is the real deal…the next best thing out of New York City. Solomon has been in the biz since age 13 as the lead guitarist and performer at the Cotton Club, with More Info »