Sheena Easton, whose career has spanned the last 30 years, was born in Bellshill, Scotland, the youngest of six children. Her early musical influences were Motown, Barbra Streisand, rock and 70s soul. Her recording career has included Gold and Platinum albums in the United States, Europe and Asia. She has received two Grammys, and was the first artist to have top five records on five Billboard’s charts. In addition to her recording success, Sheena is a top concert attraction around the world, having performed in the U.S., United Kingdom, Canada, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore and Taipei, her last album in Japan “My Cherie” was a number-one hit.
Sheena’s acting credits include a five-episode appearance on Miami Vice, a co-starring role opposite Stacy Keach in a John Carpenter-directed trilogy for Showtime titled “Body Bags,” and as a guest star in the cult syndicated series “The Highlander,” as well as a starring role in UPN’s “Ghost Stories,” other guest roles have included “Brisco County” and Tech Wars,” as well as a starring role in Showtime’s “Outer Limits.” At present Sheena is appearing as a regular on the PAX TV show “Young Blades” which starts airing in February, 2005. During 2004 Sheena and Brian McKnight hosted a talk show originating in Las Vegas, she especially enjoy this area of performance.
On Broadway Sheena starred as (Aldonza/Dulcinea) in “Man of La Mancha” opposite the late Raul Julia’s “Don Quixote.” Throughout its year run, the play remained one of the top-five grossing hits at the box office. She also starred on Broadway in the hit musical “Grease” as Rizzo. Animation has been a very enjoyable part of Sheena’s career; she has appeared in the Warner Bros feature “All Dogs Go to Heaven” as the voice of Sasha, the Irish setter. Sheena’s leading man – make that dog – is Charlie Sheen. She then reprised her role in the series of “All Dogs Go to Heaven” as well as lending her voice to the “Road Rovers” series for Warner Bros. In addition she can be heard in several recurring roles in the Disney hit series “Gargoyles.”
Sheena has been busy with frequent appearances in Las Vegas where she has been a major attraction for the last decade, and was recently inducted into the Las Vegas Hall Of Fame.
Chad Michaels has dedicated 20 years to the exciting art of Celebrity Impersonation. Most notably, Chad’s tribute to Cher has earned him international acclaim and granted him the opportunity to collaborate with, and entertain for industry favorites including David Foster, Elton John, Cyndi Lauper, Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani, Tori Spelling, Perez Hilton, and even the Diva herself, Cher.
Chad’s career profile includes a two year engagement with the Las Vegas production of Norbert Aleman’s “An Evening at La Cage” and tours of the UK and South America.
Television credits include “The Cher E! True Hollywood Story”, “The Cher A&E Biography”, MAD TV, Tori and Dean – Inn Love, Women’s Murder Club, and Comedy Central’s “Gene Simmons Celebrity Roast”.
Starting in Jan. 2012 Chad can be seen on the Logo hit TV show “RuPaul’s Drag Race, Season 4.”
Chad continues to be in demand on the national night club and corporate circuit by delivering fresh and exciting re-creations to clients and audiences alike. Chad Michaels is a seasoned performer who hopes to leave you uplifted, entertained, and always wanting more!
Reina’s live performance on the nationally syndicated morning show, Live with Regis and Kelly, proved that the young powerhouse diva is ready to take dance music to a whole new level. With the release of her new single, “Just Let Go,” she might just be, as Regis Philbin labeled her, this generation’s Donna Summer.
A true musical prodigy, Reina (which means “Queen” in Spanish) found her calling singing “Out Here On My Own” in her junior high school’s production of Fame. She first gained notoriety as a backup singer for Rhythm & Blues diva Deborah Cox and dance music artist Corina. In 1998, Reina released her debut single, “Find Another Woman,” produced by Grammy Award winner Hex Hector, on the Groovilicious/Strictly Rhythm label. The song became an instant dance classic, climbing to #2 on Billboard’s Hot Dance chart and achieving a “Best Dance Song” nomination at Miami’s Winter Music Conference. Her next single, “Anything for Love”, followed soon after, and similarly landed on the Billboard charts.
Music veteran Cory Robbins signed Reina to his label, Robbins Ent./BMG, and released her first full-length album This Is Reina in October of 2004. Her classic, “No One’s Gonna Change You”, hit rhythmic CHR radio and crossed over to Billboards pop chart. It quickly became a #1 radio request and a dance floor staple.
Reina’s next smash single, “If I Close My Eyes”, became the young singer/songwriter’s second crossover success, playing simultaneously on the nation’s Rhythmic CHR and Top 40 station, and her next big record, was the emotionally charged, soul stirring, “Forgive”.
Finally, on April 13, 2010 Reina delivers another gem… “Just Let Go”, which debuted at #15 on iTunes’ dance chart, and is produced by Paul Wonder.
Born and raised in the Bronx, New York, the stunning bi-racial Reina recognizes a number of influences, most notably her ultra-supportive mother who as a child, told her every night before she went to bed, “You were born for greatness.” This apparently made an impression on Reina because she continues to give us a glimpse of her greatness by churning out hit after hit.