left to right
Sharon, Pam, Kate Sullivan, and Marvella
|Kate Finn wrote and performed with the Fallen
Angel Choir and Summer Angels, Some Are Not! from 1986
to 1996. Since then she has performed with the all-ages
dance band Jungle Jim and the Swing Set, conducted songwriting/cd-production
workshops in local schools through Community of Writers,
and worked as a licensed massage therapist in her quiet,
relaxing backyard yurt.
||Marvella McPartland has travelled a long
way musically - from opera training through the Los Angeles
Conservatory of Music to belting out a bluesy rocker.
She has composed music most of her life, and has toured
and played in shows alongside such artists as: Bo Diddley,
Jimmy Buffet, Janis Joplin, Randy Newman, Otis Redding,
The Smothers Brothers, Lily Tomlin and many others.
|Sharon Knorr has performed on many Portland
and Los Angeles stages, and in lots of commercials, industrials,
and TV. She is an original cast member of Portland's Angry
Housewives. For the past 12 years, she has produced TV
and radio commercials, as well as industrial/corporate
videos, directed Portland's own Darcelle in a one man
show "Divine" for Triangle Productions, and produced and
directed Scott Parker in two one-man shows.
|| Kate Sullivan has been performing throughout the Pacific NW for over twenty years.
As a bandleader she performs with Loose Wimmin and Kate Sullivan and Company. Members of these bands are featured on her two recordings, "New Shade of Blue" and "Here Is My Heart."
| Rick Weiss wrote and performed with Summer
Angels, Some Are Not! from 1988-1996 (wherein he sang
bad lounge songs backwards as Dick Lexia). Since then
he has played keyboards for Jungle Jim and the Swingset
and taught songwriting in the schools through Community
of Writers. Rick currently teaches private piano and drum
lessons in the Garudio.
|| Pam Krieg drummed professionally with Loose
Wimmin for many years, and now is the drummer for Kate
Sullivan and Company. She also works with children in
NW Portland at Friendly House, and her favorite expressions
are: "Cheese on bread!" and "That's what I'm talkin' about!"