Thursday, April 11 / 7:00 p.m.
WEEU 830 AM presents
CULLEN & COMPANY
DAVID CULLEN, MATT CULLEN, CLIFF STARKEY, CHICO HUFF
THE PETER ROGAN BAND
CLIFF STARKEY, JOHN FUNDYGA, FRED MOREADITH, CHARISE ROGOSKY
The Inn at Reading / Wyomissing
Tickets: $20 (General Admission)
David Cullen is a Grammy Award-winning guitarist/vocalist who has performed in a dazzling wide range of styles at jazz festivals and performing arts series throughout North America. He has performed with Will Ackerman, Samite and Michael Manring. He has released 14 albums. He teaches guitar at West Chester University, Millersville University and is an artist-in-residence at Elizabethtown College.
Matt Cullen is a drummer, teacher, stage tech and member of the Berks Jazz Fest production team. With over 30 years of performing and production experience, he brings one of his true passions to the stage for this special performance featuring an all-star lineup of regional musicians.
Cliff Starkey is a gifted pianist/vocalist/teacher is one of the most naturally gifted musicians you will ever encounter. With the ability to perform any type of music fathomable, Cliff’s musical talents on keyboard, bass, and vocals have taken him throughout the world with tours in Europe, Asia and beyond.
He has performed in the bands of The Three Degrees, Simone, Aretha Franklin, and as the house piano player on the “Emeril Live TV Show” on the Food Network for almost 10 years. As a member of The Original Groovemasters, he had the honor of performing for former President Bill Clinton. After years as a sideman, Cliff now fronts and manages his own high-energy band performing at all types of public and private functions throughout the Northeast.
Chico Huff has been playing electric bass professionally for over 40 years all over the world with such luminaries as James Taylor, Carly Simon, Dr. John and Jefferson Airplane, to name a few.
Peter Rogan is a guitarist/songwriter whose music is a blend of Americana, blues, funk and jazz.
His band features Cliff Starkey, Fred Moreadith, John Fundyga and Charise Rogosky.