Patty Everett, soprano, has performed in national tours of CATS and 42nd Street, and was seen in A Chorus Line, Evita, a ton of King & I’s and a boatload of other musicals. After coming to L.A. she performed in Can Can, South Pacific, and Sugar Babies, to name a few. Patty’s voice has also been heard on commercials and movies.
Marta Weisskopf, contralto, combines her love of soul and jazz to bring a cappella mainstream. Her background includes lead singer for four bands: Crosswind, Orchid, doo-wop group The Neons and Los Angeles-based a cappella jazz quintet Pacific Swingline. Besides cabaret shows and musical theater, Marta has lent her voice for commercials and the TBS special, "Elvis Around the World."
Jeanette Meyer, alto, is an accomplished pianist with a grinding blues vocal style, refined in a Las Vegas 50's show group (…wait, refined and Las Vegas in the same sentence?!) called Cherry Pink and as the keyboard player and lead singer for an all-female band, Smart Cookies. She is the tortured, main arranger for GRACE.
Sonia Faye, mezzo soprano, grew up studying piano and voice. Her schooling background is in theater and music theater and she attended DePaul University's Goodman School of Drama before pursuing a career in Information Technology Project Management and raising a family. But music was her first love and when the opportunity to sing with GRACE arose, she knew it was a calling.