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Here are some of our judges over the years.

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Barry Carl

In a poll conducted by the A Cappella Society of America, Barry Carl was named ‘the most influential bass singer of the last thirty years’ for his work with Rockapella, which included fifteen albums, numerous compilations and collaborations, five years on the Peabody Award-winning television series, “Where In the World Is Carmen Sandiego?” the ground-breaking PBS special, Spike & Co. Do It A Cappella,” appearances on countless tv and radio programs, and concerts worldwide.

Currently performing with the original quartet that comprised Rockapella, now under the name XRP, Barry can be heard on an all-new DVD of songs for Schoolhouse Rock, to be released later this year, and in concerts around the country. Barry holds Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in performance from the Juilliard School, where he also attended the American Opera Center and made his operatic solo debut. He won vocal competitions sponsored by the Boston Opera, the American-Israel Foundation, and the San Francisco Opera’s Merola program.


Bill Hare

Bill Hare has been a full-time recording engineer/producer for over 30 years, and is recognized as a pioneer in bringing pop/rock production techniques to recorded contemporary a cappella. Over the decades, Bill has recorded and/or mixed acclaimed albums for some of the best-known Contemporary A Cappella groups around the globe - from The Swingle Singers to The King’s Singers in the UK, Basix to Vocal Line in Denmark, Italy's Cluster, The Ghost Files, Alti & Bassi and Maybe6ix, German supergroups Wise Guys, Amarcord and Maybebop to name a few, as well as groups from dozens of other countries from Australia to Zambia. Of course, at the same time he also covered the American market from his home base in Northern California, working with top American acts including The House Jacks, m-pact, Pentatonix, Street Corner Symphony, NoTa, +4dB, Duwende, The Backbeats, and many more.

Bill is the world’s most awarded individual Contemporary A Cappella producer, including more than 70 appearances on BOCA, well over 100 CARA nominations, 30+ albums in the RARB "Picks of the Year" lists, and 11 "DeeBee" awards since 1987 in the Vocal Jazz category from Downbeat Magazine. Gold to Multi-Platinum record sales on various projects around the world.

Bill received a personal Grammy Award statue for his work on Christopher Tin’s “Calling All Dawns” (the original version of "Baba Yetu"!), as well as multiple Grammy recognitions for various projects worldwide.


Bonnie Simmons

Bonnie has been programming her mix of singer/songwriter folk, rock, soul, country, and R&B on KPFA since the late 1980’s. One of the best loved personalities of Bay Area music radio, she was raised in New York, and then moved to San Francisco from Denver in 1968 and became a pioneer of free form radio.

During her eight years, from 1970 to 1978, at the legendary KSAN, she was program music director and disc jockey. After leaving KSAN, she worked at Warner Bros, promoting Prince as well as the first Dire Straits and Rickie Lee Jones albums, amongst others, and also worked at Hightone Records. She moved in and out of radio at KFOG, LIVE 105, KOFY-FM, KVRE, KDBK “Double 99” and KUSF.

As the Audio Director for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, she created the disc jockey audio exhibit and many of the exhibits involving sound at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.

Bonnie managed the band Cake for eight years, and represented Noe Venable and Etienne de Rocher for many years. For the past nine years she has spent a lot of her time working on the three day free music festival in Golden Gate Park, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, and currently serves as the Executive Director for the Bill Graham Foundation.


Clark Burrows

Clark Burrows was a founding member of one of the most innovative jazz/pop vocal groups of all time, the pioneering Hi-Lo's influenced countless pop, R&B, and doo wop groups from the '50s right up to the present.


Craig Knudsen

In 1999, Craig Knudsen founded the talent agency, Knudsen Productions, LLC. With a focus on exceptional vocal talent, Craig quickly established Knudsen Productions as one of the most highly regarded US agencies representing a cappella groups, both national and international, working with top presenters in the performing arts market with regular bookings and tours at prestigious venues throughout the US and Canada. His agency’s current and past representation of vocal ensembles includes the 2015 GRAMMY winning choir, Conspirare; the multi Grammy Award winning British a cappella legends, the Swingle Singers; the multi Grammy nominated British early music vocal ensemble, Stile Antico; the Bay Area’s favorite women’s vocal ensemble, KITKA; the legendary BOBS! (also Grammy nominated); the 2012 Harmony Sweeps National Champions, Six Appeal; Decca recording artist, VOCES8; and, most recently, the 2014 Harmony Sweepstakes National Champions, Women of the World. Before embarking on his career as an agent, Craig served as the music director of the Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre Project, and, additionally, spent 18 years as a singer / Composer / arranger with the EDLOS a cappella quartet (the 1989 Harmony Sweepstakes National Champions).

A graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music (vocal performance), Craig's performance credits span a wide variety of musical styles and performance mediums. As an opera and classical singer, he has performed leading roles with Pocket Opera, Mendocino Music Festival Opera, West Bay Opera, Berkeley Opera, Las Vegas Opera, Pacific Repertory Opera and the Austin Opera in Austin, TX. Craig originally came to the SF Bay Area in 1982 to join the San Francisco Mime Troupe as a sax player/music director/composer/actor, and toured extensively with the Troupe in the U.S. and Canada. Before joining the Mime Troupe, Craig was the sax player with the R&B Hall of Fame artist, the Marcia Ball Band (Austin, TX).


Darmon Meader

Recognized in both the jazz vocal and instrumental worlds, Darmon Meader is a highly respected vocalist, arranger and saxophonist. Darmon has achieved international recognition as the founder, musical director, chief arranger, composer, producer, saxophonist, and vocalist with New York Voices. As a member of New York Voices, he has released numerous recordings on the GRP, RCA/Victor, Concord and MCGJazz labels. In the fall of 2007, New York Voices released their long-awaited MCGJazz release "A Day Like This," and in January of 2008, Darmon released his much anticipated debut solo CD, And So Am I. Darmon's solo project is a collection of jazz standards and original works, which reflects his varied interests and skills as a singer, saxophonist, writer and arranger.


Deke Sharon

Born in San Francisco, California, Deke Sharon has been performing professionally since the age of 8, and as a child toured North America and shared the stage in operas with the likes of Pavarotti. Heralded as "The Father of Contemporary A Cappella," he is responsible for the current sound of modern a cappella, having created the dense vocal-instrumental sound in college, subsequently spreading it around the world.

As the founder, director and arranger for the House Jacks, the original "Rock Band Without Instruments," Deke has shared the stage with countless music legends, including Ray Charles, James Brown, Crosby Stills and Nash, Run DMC, The Temptations, LL Cool J and the Four Tops, and performed for luminaries including President Bill Clinton. The House Jacks have eight albums, and dozens of international tours to their names, including multiple appearances Carnegie Hall, and performed the Monday Night Football Theme with Hank Williams Jr. in 2011.

Deke produces "The Sing-Off" worldwide (USA, Netherlands, China), which had the highest ratings of any new, unscripted television show in the US in 2009, and was the third highest rated show on NBC in 2010. In addition, Deke served as arranger, on-site music director and vocal producer for Universal's "Pitch Perfect" starring Anna Kendrick (2012).

Deke founded the Contemporary A Cappella Society while in college, and is responsible for many seminal a cappella programs, including the CARAs (Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards, ICCAs (International Championship of College A Cappella), BOCA (Best of College A Cappella Compilation), the first contemporary a cappella conferences (the A Cappella Summit), the newly formed Contemporary A Cappella League, and the online channel "Inside A Cappella."


Dick Van Dyke

Dick Van Dyke is an American actor, comedian, writer, singer, dancer, and producer with a career spanning almost seven decades. He is the older brother of Jerry Van Dyke and father of Barry Van Dyke. Van Dyke starred in the films Bye Bye Birdie, Mary Poppins and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and in the TV series The Dick Van Dyke Show and Diagnosis: Murder. Van Dyke is a recipient of numerous awards in the entertainment industry, including five Emmys, a Tony, and a Grammy. In 1995, he was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame. He received the Screen Actors Guild's highest honor, the SAG Life Achievement Award, in 2013. Van Dyke has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard


Don Novello

Don Novello, who is perhaps best known as SNL's Father Guido Sarducci, has appeared in numerous films (Tucker, New York Stories, Godfather III) and on television (both as writer, performer and has published two books: the best-selling The Lazlo Letters and The Blade). A Marin resident he studied a cappella while chanting at the Vatican.


Gene Puerling

Gene Puerling is known throughout the world of music for his hghlt distinctive choral arranging. He was the guiding light in two premier jazz vocal groups; The Hi-Lo's and the Singers Unlimited. During his career, he has written arrangements for Linda Ronstadt, Rosemary Clooney, Michael Jackson, Manhatten Transfer, The Ritz, The Vocal Majority and Chanticleer to name a few. Mr. P os also active as a clinician/ejudicator in the educational music field. Many of his arrangements are published by Shawnee Press, Columbia Pictures and Hal Leonard. Among his many commendations are a Grammy Award for his vocal arrangements of "A Nightengale Sang in Berkeley Square" as recorded by the Manhattan Transfer, and 14 Grammy nominations.


Jesse Hamlin

Jesse Hamlin is an award-winning music writer and a respected veteran reporter of the the San Francisco entertainment scene. Hamlin has a regular column in the San Francisco Chronicle where he has worked as senior jazz critic and arts reporter for many years. He also contributes regularly to SF Arts magazine and to San Francisco Classical Voice, where he writes about jazz, Latin and classical music. His work has appeared in the New York Times, California magazine and in many other print and online publications.


Jimmy Hayes

Jimmy Hayes is a founding member of the legendary Persuasions. Dubbed the "godfathers of a cappella" the group began singing together in Brooklyn, New York in the mid-1960s. They have performed interpretations of both secular and non-secular music, and have covered a wide range of musical genres for almost 50 years with Jimmy singing bass. As a member of the Persuasions, Jimmy has covered artists such as Frank Zappa, the Grateful Dead, Roy Hamilton, Jerry Butler, Sam Cooke, and Elvis Presley, and toured, performed, and recorded with Joni Mitchell, Liza Minnelli, the Grateful Dead, and Ray Charles.

In addition to their own recordings, Jimmy and the Persuasions have appeared on albums by artists such as Joni Mitchell, Don McLean, and Paul Pena, and their version of "Papa Oom Mow Mow" appeared on the soundtrack of Steven Spielberg's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Jimmy appeared on Season 2 of the NBC’s “The Sing-Off” with the Persuasions, and groups as varied as Take 6, Rockapella, The Nylons, and Boyz II Men cite The Persuasions as major influences.


Joey Blake

Joey is one of the founding and current members of Voicestra, the a cappella ensemble created by Bobby McFerrin. He was also a founding member of Sovoso the group that spun from Voicestra. Joey has recorded & produced five albums for this group, ( Precious - a European release, Bridges and Seasonings for the US, as well as Crack the Nut and Then and Now). He also holds numerous arranging credits to his name, including his work with SoVoSo. His discography includes recordings with McFerrin (Medicine Music, CircleSongs), Kenny Loggins, Dianne Reeves, to name a few.

Joey is currently on the faculty of Berklee College of Music in Boston, as an Associate Professor in the Voice Department. He continues to tour with, Sung Deep, Back To The Band and Bobby McFerrin, while pursuing his solo work and teaching career.


Johnny Colla

A Fixture on the Bay Area music scene for 20 years, guitarist-saxophonist Johnny Colla played with artist such as Sly and the Family Stone and Van Morrison before becoming a founding member of Huey Lewis and the News with whom he continues to poerform. They had a big radio hit with their a cappella version of Curtis Mayfield's "It's Alright". He is co-author of many of thee bands hits, including "Heart Of Rock & Roll," "If This Is It," and "Power Of Love." As the primary vocal arranger in the group, one of few top influenced by pop-rock groups of the '60s like the Beach Boys and The Beatles.


Julie Wilson

Julie Wilson's legendary shows of the 'Fifties were remembered. Cabarets were reviving. The Russian Tea Room, The Algonquin Hotel 's Oak Room, and Rainbow and Stars, nightspots in California and Chicago all opened up to her. Peter Allen wrote a part for her in his musical, Legs Diamond, for which she was nominated for a Tony. In 1992, PBS ran a special of her cabaret show

Julie's understanding of life now deeply influences her music. The vampy, flirtatious Porter classics are still a staple, but today, there is a depth to everything she sings, so that her life, her views, her grasp of what the lyrics and music are all about, this is all conveyed to her audience. If the tone is not so clear and pure -- and she'll be the first to admit that -- she can still sustain those notes and the voice is dramatically strong. And most of all, Julie Wilson's down-to-earth attitude toward life, her outspoken views of inequities, her high personal standards, have brought her universal love and respect throughout the industry.


Kirby Shaw

Kirby Shaw has made a major impact in choral music education and has shared his musical expertise in 45 states, Canada, Australia, the Bahamas, China, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Poland, Latvia, and the Philippines. Kirby has degrees in Music Education and Choral Composition from San Jose State University and a DMA degree in Choral Conducting from the University of Washington.

Dr. Shaw’s teaching is infused with a sense of humor and breadth of knowledge that is transmitted in an exciting and highly contagious manner. Kirby taught in the Mt. Shasta public schools before joining the faculty at College of the Siskiyous in California where he founded and directed the innovative and highly acclaimed COS Vocal Jazz Ensemble. Kirby has scatted one-on-one with such notables as Bobby McFerrin, Al Jarreau, Jon Hendricks, Mark Murphy, Greta Matassa, and Chris Calloway.

He has overseen the creation of hundreds of educational recordings, five college and university albums and two solo CDs. A composer/arranger with nearly 3000 choral compositions/arrangements in print, Kirby’s music is sung around the world and has sold over 20 million copies. He has many commissioned pieces to his credit, including one for The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. This creative and prolific output has resulted in numerous ASCAP awards.


Laura Moody

Known on air as "Laura in the Livingroom", Laura is a veteran of Bay Area radio. She has had a show for 20 years on UC Berkeley's KALX (90.7 FM) Radio, one of the nation's most influential college radio stations, where she did an extended stint as music director. Laura has a Master's Degree in Library and Information Science specializing in Music Librarianship. As an undergraduate, Laura studied voice and percussion at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Il. An avid music lover with a seasoned and critical ear, Laura enjoys all types of music from Ayler to Zappa.


Lisa Fischer

Brooklyn born Singer Lisa Fischer, featured in the Academy Award-winning film "Twenty Feet from Stardom," is one of the most accomplished, versatile and sought-after singers in pop music today. One can hear her voice on everything from Cool Aid commercials to Saturday Night Live, as well as every ROLLING STONES world tour since 1989 . After attending the Fiorello H. Laguardia High School of Music and Art and Queens College, Lisa became involved in the NYC session scene and was soon discovered by Luther Vandross, who mentored her and featured her on his tours over the next 15 years. Her expertise and exposure while touring with Mr. Vandross led to a deal with ELEKTRA and a collaboration with producer Michael Narada Walden which culminated in the release of her first solo album, SO INTENSE, which garnered her a Grammy for Best R & B Vocal Performance in 1991 for her hit single "How Can I Ease the Pain".

Since then she has performed with Chaka Khan, Al Jarreau, Tina Turner, Madonna, Beyonce, Mary J Blige, Seal, and many others, sung on numerous movie soundtracks including “Casino”, “Made in America”, Home alone 2”, and recorded with producers David Foster and Arif Mardin, among others. In addition, Lisa has appeared on the David Letterman show, The Conan O'Brien show, the Kennedy Center Honor's, and the 2007 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Awards. Hard at work on a new solo project, Lisa is excited about judging this regional of the Harmony Sweepstakes.


Louise Robinson

Founding member of Sweet Honey In The Rock, Louise's received her BA from Howard University. Her professional credits include producing, directing and acting on and off Broadway, where she worked with respected talents such as Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis, Gregory Hines, Lynn Whitfield and others too numerous to mention. Louise also co-wrote Sweet Honey's book, "We Who Believe in Freedom." As a performer in the touring company of "Little Shop of Horrors," she first came to the Bay Area, where she joined the staff of Oakland's Festival at the Lake. She started the professional a cappella quintet Street Sounds in 1989. Street Sounds has released two CD's, opened for or played with the Persuasions, the Manhattan Transfer and Ladysmith Black Mamabazo, and toured the US and abroad.


Maxine Jones

Founding member of the multi-platinum R&B quartet En Vogue, who redefined the girl group for the '90's. Their first CD, "Born to Sing", featured three number one R&B hits. The follow up, "Funky Divas", contained the hugely popular and still memorable "My Lovin' (Never Gonna Get It)", selling three million copies and earning 5 Grammy nominations. The group also won an American Music Award, Soul Train award and were featured in a Diet Coke commercial directed by Spike Lee. Maxine is now busy being a Mom and contemplating her next move.


Michelle McNulty

Michelle McNulty has been a Casting Director in Los Angeles for the last 10 years. She is proud to have cast shows such as America’s Best Dance Crew, The Contender, Rockstar INXS and Supernova, Star Search, P Diddy’s Star Maker, On The Lot with Steven Spielberg and most recently The Sing-Off on NBC. Before starting her casting career she was a professional dancer working with recoding artist, in commercials, video’s, industrials, and in Las Vegas reviews

Michelle would like to give a special Congratulations to her Auntie Linda who is in a Sweet Adeline’s small chorus called “Northern Gateway Chorus.” Although they are not competing in the Harmony Sweepstakes they did just win 1st place at their region competition “Nice Job Auntie Linda!! Michelle is looking forward to seeing all the incredible talent that will grace the stage here at the Harmony Sweepstakes.


Michelle Weir

Michelle Weir is one of the leading figures in vocal jazz today. She has earned international recognition through a diverse set of talents as arranger, teacher, singer and pianist.

Michele's vocal arrangements are performed by The Manhattan Transfer, New York Voices, M-Pact, Beachfront Property, Chanticleer, Voice Trek and her orchestral works played by the Boston Pops, the Buffalo, Cincinnati and Pacific Symphonies, and others. Michele's educational arrangements are distributed by various publishers, including her own online publishing company, MichMusic. She was Vocal Producer for the Manhattan Transfer.

Currently serving on the faculty of University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Michele taught previously at USC, CSU Long Beach, and the Phil Mattson School. Highly respected as a teacher and clinician, her work has taken her to more than 22 countries around the globe.

In her role as Music Supervisor for the DreamWorks film, Prince of Egypt, she journeyed through Europe and Asia overseeing music production for the film's foreign language dubs. Her solo CD with jazz guitarist Bruce Forman is titled, "The Sound of Music." Michele is a member of S.A.G., A.F.T.R.A., A.S.C.A.P. and N.A.R.A.S.


Narada Michael Walden

Producing Hits for Artists as diverse as Aretha Franklin (including the platinum “Freeway of Love.”), Steve Winwood, Ray Charles, Wynonna Judd, Whitney Houston, George Michael, Mariah Carey, Barbara Streisand, Lionel Ritchie, Lisa Fischer, Stevie Wonder, Tom Jones, Jeff Beck and The Temptations, the EMMY and multi-GRAMMY winner (Producer, Album and Song of The Year) has been at the helm of hit music that spans decades. His music flows freely from pop, rock and soul, to the rarified realms of jazz, fusion and world music.

With Jeff Beck, Narada wrote and played drums on the seminal album “Wired” that earned them both their first Gold Album.

Walden was an integral part of introducing Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey to millions of fans worldwide, producing and writing their breakthrough hits that first brought these divas to the spotlight.

He was awarded Grammys for Producer of the Year in 1988, Album of the Year for the movie soundtrack The Bodyguard in 1993 and the R&B Song of the Year in 1985 for Aretha Franklin''s "Freeway of Love." He was also named as one of the "Top Ten Producers With the Most Number One Hits" by Billboard magazine.


Peter Albin

As a principal member of the rock band Big Brother and the Holding Company, Peter achieved rock icon status. Not only the group's bassist, he also played guitar and sang lead vocals on the band's first record with Janis Joplin, and wrote several of their songs. Subsequent to that auspicious success he played with Country Joe and the Fish, and well as Bay Area supergroup the Dinosaurs. In recent years, while Big Brother continue to tour and perform, Peter began working behind the scenes in the music business. Currently he works for City Hall Records, the nation’s largest independent music distributor and is active in the San Francisco Chapter of NARAS (National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences).


Peter Tork

Peter Tork made his mark as one of the "pre-fab" four, The Monkees,, who out-sold such luminaries as the Beatles and Rolling Stones during the two-year run of their TV show in the late 60's. Returns and a successful reunion tour kept the Monkees' name before the public eye almost continuously until as recently as 1989. In between times, Peter performed solo, taught voice, guitar and keys privately, and, taught academics (English Languages) for three years at schools in southern California - even coaching baseball! He can be found performing casually in Marin and San Francisco from time to time and plans to record and tour in the near future.


Queenie Taylor

Queenie Taylor is respected and innovative presence in the San Francisco music scene goes back to 1974, when she began a 16 year odyssey at Bill Graham Presents which involved advertising, marketing, entertainment acquisition, and venue and event management. Her experience as an independent producer since 1993 includes booking, promotion and event production.

She has produced such events as the San Francisco Symphony's Black & White Ball, Grace Cathedral's Spirit of the City Ball, Focus Magazine's Creative Achievement Awards, Anniversary Galas for Marin County, the Mill Valley Art Commission's Milley Awards and numerous corporate parties. She co-produced Gavin's SFO1, 2 and 3, music business conventions in San Francisco which featured three days of business panels and breakouts and four nights of events in 35 area nighclubs for over 800 participants.


Richard Bob Greene

Richard Bob Greene is an award-winning composer, arranger, singer, writer and producer. As the co-founder and creator of the nu-wave a Cappella super group The Bobs, Greene fractured and reconstructed the rules for popular music. He was nominated for a Grammy for his and Gunnar Madsen's a Cappella arrangement of the Beatles "Helter Skelter". As a composer and songwriter/librettist, Greene has received commissions from Lincoln Center, the Los Angeles Theater Center, the Minnesota Opera, Oberlin Dance Collective, ISO Dance Theater, National Public Radio and many others.

He has written music for the feature films "Breaking the Rules" "For Better or Worse" and "Man in the Moon" (the Andy Kaufman bio-pic). He was one of the vocal arrangers for the 1995 Emmy Awards starring Jason Alexander. He has recently turned to producing for other a cappella groups and in the past year has done CDs for "Throat Culture," "Toxic Audio" and "Da Vinci's Notebook." His most recent credit is as directorand host of the A Cappella Foundation's "Arranging For Vocal Groups" video.


Robin Cohn

President of City Hall Records. City Hall began in Robin's San Francisco garage in 1973, expanding steadily to become the leading national independent wholesale distributor of hundreds of specialty labels, both domestic and international. From blues, jazz, urban, nostalgia, world, and yes, a cappella - including artists such as the Swingle Singers, the Bobs and SoVoSo - City Hall has built its success and reputation through supporting independent music.


Roger Treece

Composer, arranger, and singer Roger Treece has spent the past several years developing a new kind of choral music, combining traditional classical elements with jazz, funk, gospel, and the vocal innovations of his frequent collaborator, Bobby McFerrin. Roger has been commissioned by the Danish Radio Symphony, the Los Angeles Master Chorale, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Ravinia Festival, the Chicago Children's Choir and many others around the world. In addition, Roger has produced and arranged over 30 albums for artists such as the Bobby McFerrin, the Manhattan Transfer, the New York Voices, Mark Murphy, and Janis Siegel, as well as music for film and television, earning him five Grammy Nominations, fourteen downbeat awards, and industry accolades for his music education projects for children.

Roger tours worldwide as a vocal soloist and a member of Bobby McFerrin's 12-piece vocal ensemble, Voicestra. Roger Treece has been nominated for 5 Grammy Awards as an arranger, producer, singer, and engineer, and has won 14 DOWNBEAT awards as a soloist, ensemble member, director and arranger. In 2010, his arrangement of "Baby" (VOCAbuLarieS) was nominated for "Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocals" : the first time in the history of the Grammy Awards that an a cappella arrangement has been nominated for an instrumental arranging award.


Scott Mathews

Music Producer, Composer, Arranger, Song Doctor, Multi–instrumentalist & Tiki God. PRODUCED, RECORDED and/or PERFORMED WITH:- The Beach Boys * The Blind Boys of Alabama * David Bowie * Zac Brown * Jimmy Buffett * Johnny Cash * Rosanne Cash * Glen Campbell * Eric Clapton * Elvis Costello * Ry Cooder * Robert Cray * Dick Dale * Dave Edmunds * Roky Erickson * Jefferson Starship * Jerry Garcia * Billy Gibbons * Sammy Hagar * Herbie Hancock * John Hiatt * John Lee Hooker * Etta James * Mick Jagger * Booker T. Jones * Patti Labelle * Huey Lewis * Nick Lowe * Taj Mahal * The Mamas & Papas * Steve Miller * Eddie Money * Van Morrison * Aaron Neville * Roy Orbison * Van Dyke Parks * Steve Perry * The Pointer Sisters * Bonnie Raitt * Joey Ramone * Keith Richards * Todd Rundgren * Carlos Santana * Joe Satriani * Boz Scaggs * Ringo Starr * Barbra Streisand * Allen Toussaint * Trip Shakespeare (Semisonic) * The Tubes * Joe Walsh * Robin Williams * Carl Wilson * Brian Wilson * Bobby Womack * Stevie Ray Vaughn * Dwight Yoakam * Neil Young....


Todd Rundgren

Todd Rundgren is an internationally respected producer/performer and recording artist, producing hit albums varied artists as Meatloaf, Grand Funk Railroad, and Lords of the New Church. His songs have been covered by everyone from England Dan & John Ford Coley to The Isley Bros. His album, A Cappella, was a landmark in one-man vocal recording and his current project, TR#, puts him firmly in the vanguard of multi-media pioneers in pop music.


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