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Lee Gibson is a Nashville recording artists that travels all over the country singing for audiences.  Being compared to
Dwight Yoakam and Ronnie Dunn Lee Gibson’s voice is powerful, clear and definitely country. With his influence, from
these artists and so many more, Gibson pursued writing with some of the top Nashville songwriters.  In 2001 he
landed his first record deal and this put him on the stage with Randy Houser, Anthony Smith, Darryl Worley, T.
Graham Brown, and even the late George Jones.  Lee is presently working with Pam Egbert at Summer Sky Music
Group and will be booking for the upcoming year.  Contact Pam at
Fred Wells was born in Ohio and since birth he has been singing for anyone who would listen.  Part of the choir and an elementary
student he found he loved singing anything they would let him sing in the choir.  He later went on to sing with several rock and roll
bands before landing with the band OutRider, which he performed with for over ten years. During that time he worked with
ProDuctions PR LLC on furthering his country music.  The song "I'd Come Running" makes him a Nashville recording artist. He loves
his country music, but enjoys singing Rock n Roll with the band he performs with called Karma's Pawn.  Check out their Facebook page
for more information on their touring schedule.   Check out the Fred Wells Facebook page.
     South Bend, Indiana, is not the music capital of the world, nor is it next door to New York or Los Angeles, but Mark Preston never let that
stop him.  Singing since he was a child, Mark took every opportunity he could to sing for those who would listen and those who believed in
his talent.
   Mark has performed all over the world, was an actor on the TV show "Vegas", was the opening act for Phyllis Diller and was asked on two
separate occasions to join the world famous recording group, 'The Lettermen'.  On each occasion, Mark accepted and he performed for a
total of 11 years with the group.  During that time, Mark recorded several albums and CDs. There was a campaign to put forward the group's
most recent recording "New Directions 2010" with the Les Brown Jr. Orchestra, for 3 Grammy nominations.  In 2001, when the Lettermen
were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall Of Fame, Mark was asked to participate in the evening's induction concert, and Mark performed the
famous Lettermen hit "Going Out Of My Head" with the 3 original members of the group, as well as several other past and current members
of The Lettermen.
    Mark is now touring all over the world doing shows.  He is booking for the upcoming year and next year as well.  His schedule keeps him
booked up for over 200 days a year.  If you are interesting in booking Mark Preston contact Pam Egbert at and
she will work with you to book Mark for your event or venue.