At the crossroad of alternative rock and R&B soul, Sherrie Phillips’s voice emotes a raw quality of expressive emotion, reminiscent of vocal icons like Steven Tyler, Janis Joplin, Beth Hart and P!nk. She has toured with Three Dog Night, Pat Benatar, Train, Eddie Money, No Doubt and Big Kenny. She moved to Nashville as the lead singer of Hangman’s Daughter and when the band split up, she began a solo career. Recently she moved back to California and reconnected with Hangman’s Daughter bassist, Steven Winter. The two decided to join forces with Denise Marin, (drums) and Mark Holley (guitar) to perform and write more music. They are currently performing shows form California to Nashville. Stay tuned for the their next adventure.
The Dolly Mamas are three friends who love to sing and create music together. Liz Pisco, Marquesa Versola and Rebecca Chourre, each lend their unique and versatile voices and musical experience to this vocal harmony trio. Performing original songs as well as well arranged cover music, The Dolly Mamas are a treat to watch and listen to.
Susan Z, is a multi-talented singer-songwriter, actress, children’s performer and director, and founder of Wine, Women & Song®, the annual Marin breast cancer benefit. This year marks the 18th annual event, however Susan has produced more than 30 shows during her volunteer fundraising eﬀorts. Currently Susan is reuniting with former band members, after exploring diﬀerent singing and acting projects, as well as starting a family with her husband. Be on the look out for live performances and a record release in the coming months.
Renee Richardson is best known for her on-air work at KFOG radio in SF, her 17 year career was spent helping to cultivate the “Foghead” community and help grow the Bay Area’s music scene. She created the KFOG Local Scene series and is an avid fan of live music. After an unexpected showing of the door by Cumulus Media, Renee has landed as Director of Development for Blue Bear School of Music. Renee is also a Missouri School of Auction trained auctioneer with 5 years experience.
Michael Pritchard won first place at the 1980 San Francisco International Comedy Competition. He then briefly worked in show business, appearing in an episode of Taxi and working as a voice actor in some Star Wars films, Disneyland’s Captain EO, and Sesame Street. In 1983, he began making presentations in school assemblies. In April 2000, the first anniversary of the Columbine shootings, his television series Saving Our Schools from Hate and Violence (SOS) was aired on KQED-TV and distributed to other PBS stations, followed by his television series LifeSteps. Michael has been praised by the Wall Street Journal, CNN, and Time for his ability to use humor to inspire and educate his audiences on life skills.