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Jenna started out her singing aspirations at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, CAP21. Shortly after, she received a scholarship to attend the famous Berklee College of Music in Boston, where she further refined her performance and vocal skills singing alongside musical legends such as Philip Bailey of Earth Wind and Fire, Paula Cole, and Lalah Hathaway. Jenna was seen singing the National Anthem for the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, as well as her recent debut in the Theater at MSG, where she performed alongside 80’s legends such as Lou Gramm of Foreigner, Dee Snider, and Debbie Gibson just to name a few. Jenna performs to a sold out audience every Saturday night at the Back To The Eighties Show with 80’s cover band “Jessie’s Girl” at Le Poisson Rouge in the West Village, as well as frequenting the legendary Captiol Theatre in Portchester, and The Paramount Theater in Huntington. In addition to her singing accomplishments, Jenna is a successful Voice Over Artist under Paradigm Talent Agency. Jenna is currently the voice of Garnier Fructis & Macy’s Backstage, but you may have also heard her on Kohl’s jingles as well as Nickelodeon Music Countdowns, the CMA’s, Mastercard & Visa commercials. Jenna continues to perform around New York City while working on various musical and voice over projects. 

Texas native Jerome Bell is an International Recording Artist who has performed all over the world headlining in his own show on both land and at sea and performed as an opening act for various artist featuring Destiny's Child. He was also seen by millions as a semi-finalist on American Idol (season 10) as well as performing in the cast of Hairspray on the 66th Annual Tony Awards.

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Marcus Linial is the founder of ML Presents (the parent company to Fun Music Presents) and was the former owner of many live music venues in NYC, including the very popular Shine and Canal Room which he closed down in 2014 after 15 years of business. He started his career as a promoter producing his very first few shows at the historic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester NY. Back in 2001 he became a recording artist and was signed by Clive Davis for J Records and was managed by Johnny Wright (Brittany Spears, NSYNC, Justin Timberlake); the deal also landed him a spot as the opening act for O-Town on their 2001 summer tour. Marcus, who co-wrote his whole album with the help of producers PM Dawn, has played many roles in the music business as a venue owner, producer, writer, performer. 

 

Linial now produces two weekly shows at Le Poisson Rouge at 158 Bleecker St in NYC, Back To The Eighties Show with Jessie’s Girl and I Love The 90s with The Fresh Kids of Bel-Air. Linial also recently produced the I Want My 80s Concert at The Theater at Madison Square Garden.

 

For more information on upcoming

shows, visit funmusicpresents.com.

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Jerome Korman, BA Columbia College and MAT from Lehman College, is presently the music director of the National Dance Institute in New York City. In that capacity he has helped develop dance performances that have covered wildly diverse topics ranging from the life of John Lennon to the music of New Orleans. He is the co-composer of  “Romeo and Juliet the Musical” last produced by Theater Aspen, and is a proud member of Paul Shapiro’s Ribs and Brisket Review. In addition he is a co-founder of the Jewish Youth Chorus and recently music directed and helped conceive “The Floor Above Me,” Tony Yazbeck’s debut Cabaret recently performed at 54 Below and Birdland in NYC. The album, arranged and orchestrated by Mr. Korman, will be released this winter on PS classics.

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