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Vocalists

GINA PENNESI
CO-FOUNDER + VOCALIST

Over the last decade, vocalist Gina P has been using her soulfully rich-toned voice to entertain and engage Toronto area audiences accompanied by top area musicians within the R&B, Neo-soul and jazz live music scenes. She is complimented for her harmonies, versatility and range.

Growing up on Detroit radio and influenced by R&B, funk, Neo-soul and jazz legends, Gina P's silky warmth creates feel-good vibes and a memorable experience with her personal touch on crowd-pleasing favourites.

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LISA MICHELLE
CO-FOUNDER + VOCALIST

Lisa Michelle Cornelius is a Toronto-based actor & singer, with an international career in theatre, television, music & film.

Lisa Michelle's artistic voice is also expressed as a songwriter and recording artist. She has two independently-released R&B albums (This Moment and Love Lessons), and has performed her original music at music festivals across Canada including Canadian Music Week, Irie Music Fest and the world-renowned Montreal Jazz Festival. 

STACIE TABB
VOCALIST

Montreal-born, Toronto-based singer and actor Stacie Tabb is known for her rich tone, joyous spirit, and command of the stage.Growing up as a youth in the church gospel choir, Stacie has been surrounded by music from an early age.

 

As the years would go on, she explored various types of music including Soul/R&B, Swing, Rock, Folk, Dance & Pop, and Blues. Her love for music and singing landed her on some big stages with some big names from Massey Hall (Amanda Marshall), Koerner Hall, The Air Canada Centre, Montreal Bell Centre (Celine Dion), Montreal Forum (Foreigner), Salle Wilfred Pelletier (The Four Tops), Montreal Jazzfest, and Olympic Stadium to name a few. 

 

She’s been singing for 40+ years of her life, as either lead or backing vocalist, and shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon.

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KEVIN BRATHWAITE
VOCALIST

Lead singer/Songwriter /Founder and 25-year music biz veteran Kevin Brathwaite, began his career working with Canadian music legend Orin Isaacs in the early 90s, and eventually went on to win a MuchMusic Video Award as Kaybe for Best R&B video in 1998 for his song, “Natural High”. In the early 2000s, he toured with and backed Snow for his “Mind on the Moon” album and eventually joined local fusion-favorites and Juno-nominee God Made ME Funky in 2005.

 

By 2010, God Made ME Funky became a private events act, which allowed Kevin to become a regular in the scene. He has since joined well-loved Toronto wedding/corporate bands:  The Universal Boogie Band, Love Supreme and now Orange Moon Entertainment!