Dixie Karas

Dixie Karas is a Cincinnati native, working full-time in the music industry as one of the Queen City's most powerful singers. Well known for her uniquely passionate and dynamic voice, she brings energy to any live or studio setting. Dixie gives every audience an amazing experience, effortlessly leaping from soothing melodies to fierce soulful deliveries. Her commanding presence connects with listeners in a way that makes them a part of the magic.

She has performed on albums and commercial projects for these production companies and studios: 

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Kings Productions
Counterpart Creative Studio
Hinchey International
Jean Ann Ryan
Group Effort Studio
Bruce Fischer
Madison Park Productions
Ligosa Sound Systems
Dream Stand Video & Print
Sonic Arts
Wes Boatman
RTG Music
Jay Gilbert Productions
Steve Hoskins Music
American Entertainment
Iacono Productions
Rick Lisak

Noted Achievements

Opened for: The Drifters, Neil Sedaka, Paul Anka
Recorded a song for the "Shades Of Blue Vol. II" project
Recorded vocals for Paramount theme park shows, including
King's Island's Ice Show
Recorded vocals for Carnival and Norwegian Cruise Lines
National jingles for Berma Shave and "Casual Corners" interior stores
Local jingles for Northgate Mall and Burbank's Real Bar-B-Q
Lead vocalist on the Cincinnati Bicentennial video and the Cincinnati Bengals "Respect" song for Super Bowl XXIII.
Starred in the debut of Keeping The Faith at the Ensemble Theater.


Walt Coleman

Walt Coleman

Walt is a seasoned professional that has performed 36 years on the Cincinnati music scene, best known for his versatile vocals and rock-solid basslines. His vast experience includes playing bass for Blessid Union of Souls, Gerald Brown (on the Shalamar reunion tour), and Eric Gable's recording “Come as You Are." He co-wrote and sang on the hit song “Instant Replay" with CBS recording artist Microwave.

Walt has worked with

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Ligosa Sound Systems
RTG Music
Steve Hoskins Music
Betcha Boots Music
EMI Records

He also performed lead vocals with the Northern Kentucky Symphony Orchestra in their “Boogie Band Gala” (directed by J.R. Cassidy) and starred as an actor in the Lee Zellars short film “Sometimes She’s Good.”


Aaron Hollows

Aaron Hollows has performed regionally in several musical projects for over fifteen years. He has performed every kind of music known to man (covers and originals) in venues ranging from tiny taverns to area arenas. Aaron’s original music project has been featured on KISS FM, and a former cover project he performed in was featured on a VH-1 musical game show, filmed live in New York City with Paul Shaffer.

He has sang the national anthem at a Reds game and opened for national acts including Vince Neal (Motley Crue) and JC Chasez (N’ Sync).

Aaron Hollows is a Northern Kentucky native who works a “day job” as a writer. He is a proud husband and father of three boys. In what little free time he has, he enjoys photography and golf. He’s also a twin and likes to juggle and draw.


Ted Karas

Ted Karas

Ted is an electric, acoustic, and synth guitar player who also does arranging, composition and orchestration for all types of live performance groups. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Ted's playing can be found on projects by:
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Jay Gilbert Productions
Bruce Fisher Productions
Goldman Productions
Paramount Productions
Phil Copeland Productions
Autiocraft Recording
R.T.G Music
American Entertainment Productions 
Group Effort Studios
Counterpart Productions
Ligosa Records
Iacono Productions
Hinchey Productions
Jean Ann Ryan Productions
Madison Park Productions 
Whirlwind Productions 

Has performed on nationally released albums by:

Blessed Union of Souls
George Lamond
New Kids On The Block
Cincinnati Pops

Club Experience

Has performed with such bands as:

Top-40 dance band at the club January's

Jazz-fusion group at the Blue Wisp Jazz Club

Variety band for private parties and events

Theater Experience

Has performed in the following live productions at Playhouse In The Park

Tapestry (The Music Of Carole King)
Much Ado About Nothing
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
To Kill A Mockingbird (wrote and recorded original music in play)
Thunder Knocking At Your Door • Patsy Cline

Broadway Experience

National tour of Tommy

Symphony Experience

Has performed with various artists for Pops Concerts with the Cincinnati, Dayton, Ft. Wayne and Northern Kentucky Orchestras with Joel Gray, Bernadette Peters, The Fifth Dimension, and a production of Jesus Christ Superstar.

Show Experience

Has performed in the backing band for the following artists:

The Platters
The Coasters
The Drifters
Howey Mandel
Bob Hope
George Burns 
Rich Little
The Legends Shows