Kim Eames

Vocalist – Guitar

Born and raised in Omaha, Kim comes from a musical family. Inspired by her brother, Kim got a guitar at age 11. At 14, she was in a band playing locally for 3 years. Kim hit the road as a single act playing throughout the Midwest before settling down to play locally and raise a family. Kim did the John Kraft Chevrolet commercials for 16 years. She also did vocals for local and national radio jingles for several years. Kim cut her first CD in Tennessee in 2000.

Kim loves a great variety of music. Consequently, she enjoys playing music that ranges from the last seven decades. After singing professionally for 33 years, Kim still loves performing and looks forward to the next 33 years!

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Something to Talk About
The Greatest Love of All
Honey I'm Home
Power Of Love
My Funny Valentine
How Do I Live
From This Moment
God Bless The USA


Joe Taylor

Almost everyone has said, "I wish I had stuck with my dream when I was young." Joe said that too, but like so many of us, he went on and did other things with his life. However, he never let his dream, of being a professional singer, completely leave his mind. Joe, the youngest of four children of Margaret and Ambrose Taylor, was born in Middletown, New York on March 20, 1935. Music entertainment at the Taylor house, during the late thirties and forties, came from either the radio, the piano that his mom played, or from the records which he played on the family RCA record player. The only public singing Joe did in those early years was in his backyard standing on an old tile bench pretending that he was "on stage". Joe said, "I'm sure the folks who lived around us were always glad when I learned a new song." He sang the old ones just about every day. His voice, unlike the baritone it is today, was that of a boy soprano. "I was really excited the day my voice started to change. Sounding like a girl when I sang, was not very popular with the other guys on my block." Wayne Newton had the same problem, but he made it work for him. Wayne's voice never did change much. Winning a few singing talent contests in his hometown in the late forties, helped spur Joe on and by the time he reached high school he joined every available music group. There were lots of plays and lots of music. He took voice lessons from a New York City teacher and went to work, at age fifteen, as a bellhop in his hometown at the Mitchell Inn, to help pay for the weekly voice lessons. The hotel is gone now, but the money Joe made to pay for his voice lessons, is still paying off.

Like most aspiring young singers Joe would sing every chance he got. One of his favorite spots to sing was at Stewart Air Force Base located in Newburgh, New York, about fifteen miles from his hometown. Singing with the base band was a real treat for a young and ambitious singer. On the weekend, Pat and Sam, his sister and brother, took turns driving Joe to the Catskill Mountain resorts, where he would sing with the "house bands", for free of course. He hoped that an agent or one of the "Big Stars" from New York City, who also entertained there on the weekends, would hear him and take him, under their wing and help direct him to a break into the music business. Well, that just didn't happen. Joe was getting impatient. Two weeks after graduation from Middletown High School, (Class of 1955), Joe joined the US Air Force hoping to sing for the Air Force. Instead he ended up in Special Services in Minnesota and North Dakota for four years. He spent most of these years running Service Clubs for the military (passing out sporting equipment and running movies at night). The dream started to fade.

Since that first show in April 1994, he has performed over thirty five hundred shows in sixteen states. He has toured Florida & the Southwest (New Mexico & Arizonia) during the winter months. He calls it his "Snowbird Tour". He has performed at The White House in Washington, DC and in Branson, Missouri. In April 1999, he made his first Las Vegas appearance at the Riviera Hotel. He has been a member of Merrymakers Association for the past 17 years and performs 10+ shows a month for them in the Omaha Metro area.( Joe has produced and recorded seven (7) very successful albums. He has written the words and music to several of the songs on his CD's and tapes. In 2000 Joe produced his first live video at Harrah's Casino. It is a complete show (one hour & seventeen minutes). It was released on DVD in November of 2003. He gave up the thrift store in 1996 and has been performing full time, an average of 16 shows a month, ever since. Joe says, "Life is good and I thank God every day for the gift He has given me and pray that He will let me have a few more years of total happiness doing what I love best and that is SINGING!"click on SHOW SCHEDULE to see Joe's performance schedule. He also said, "You never work another day in your life if you love what you are doing."