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Keith Sarnow - Bio

Keith Sarnow
Born in Milwaukee in 1951. His Grandfather was a musician and had his own band in the 1920's and 30's. Keith started playing the clarinet at the age of nine, then took up the alto saxophone at the age of ten. Keith graduated from the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music as a flute major. He has played in the Milwaukee and Chicago areas for the past 40 years. The entertainers Keith has worked with include such legends as Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, Andy Williams, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin, Liberace, Rosemary Clooney, Red Skelton, The Temptations, The Four Tops and many more. Keith also a part of a one year tour with The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, under the direction of Buddy Morrow in 1984.


Hal Miller - Bio

Hal Miller
Hal holds degrees in music from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and The Wisconsin Conservatory of music. He has taught at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music from 1975-82, was a tenured Associate Professor of Music at Southern Illinois University from 1984-91 and at Milwaukee Area Technical College, where he has been since 1991. Hall has performed, backing such national acts as Bob Hope, Steve Allen, Mickey Rooney, Donald O'Connor, Joel Grey, Debbie Reynolds, Tiny Tim, Pete Barbutti, The Ink Spots, Anna Maria Albergetti, The Drifters, The Crystals, The Four Lads, The Four Aces, Al Martino, Johns Gary and Chad Mitchell. Hal has performed backing such national and international jazz artists such as Teddy Wilson, Bud Freeman, Slide Hampton, Louie Belson, Art Farmer, Stanley Clark, Margaret Whiting, Tommy Newsom, Barry Harris, Johnny Frigo, James Williams, Wild Bill Davison, Cal Collins, Lew Soloff, Bobby Shew, Bunky Green, Brian Lynch, Jamey Aebersold and Nathan Davis.


Gary Meisner - Bio Gary Meisner
Gary has been playing piano and accordion in the greater Milwaukee area for the past forty five years. He taught private music lessons for twenty years before entering the publishing world to become a keyboard arranger and editor at the internationally celebrated Hal Leonard Music Publishing Company. Night clubs, show bands, radio and television have all been included in his extensive list of performance credits. Most recently, Gary played on the Chuck Hedges Milwaukee Connection CD, recordings entitled 'Just Jammim' and 'Sweet and Lovely.' He has since recorded his own CD entitled 'Inspired by Love', due for release May '09.
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