Sandy Ross has been entertaining audiences with her own special blend of contemporary folk and acoustic blues for more than four decades. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, she spent the ‘70s in Los Angeles, working as a staff songwriter for Warner/Chappell Music and producing demos on a single-song basis for nine other major song publishers including: Filmways Music, MCA Music, and Screen Gems/EMI. During that decade she had songs recorded by Kim Carnes and Anne Murray at a time when they were at the height of their careers, and indie released an LP of her own performances (A Lady of a Different Time - 1971). She was a regular singer-songwriter throughout the greater Los Angeles area and also booked other performers of many different genres at various Hollywood live-performance venues, including the Los Angeles Performing Arts and Folklife Festival and the internationally-renown Bla-Bla Café.
Renowned for her memorable melodies, alluring vocals and mesmerizing guitar work, critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Jeannie Willets has been captivating audiences for more than two decades. Originally from Long Island, New York, Jeannie began writing songs at age 15 and first gained prominence in the 1980's Greenwich Village acoustic music scene, playing on the same stage with talents such as Suzanne Vega and Shawn Colvin.
Though her music may be hard to categorize, with flavors of "pop", "folk", "rock" and even "jazz", Jeannie's songs seem to "speak to" many, according to her fans. One fan put it this way, "I am blown away!!! Her songs and her voice are incredible!!! This is music I could listen to while I do anything. This may not mean much to you as simple words, but there is not much I would say that about. I could listen and listen." Another simply said, "Jeannie Willets is a great talent! She rocks!"
Paul Inman's Delivery is comprised of singer-songwriter-guitarist/pianist Paul Inman and current drummer Johnny Ray (occassionally Ron Pak) along with bassist Steve Seifert (occassionally Rick Smith), and keyboardist John Bird. Born and raised near Detroit Michigan, Inman digested much from that locale's sonic landscape before emigrating to Los Angeles where he absorbed the Americana/folk stylings of California's most compelling artists (The Band, Tom Waits, The Hearbreakers, The Buffalo Springfeild, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Blood on The Tracks/Desire era Dylan, Van Morrison's Hard Nose the Highway), blending them into a compelling Gothic-tinged folk/pop/rock delivery. Touring both as a trio and as a solo acoustic guitar and piano act, Paul Inman's Delivery have released 4 full-length CD's of deftly performed Gothic-tinged Americana infused with folk and pop.