Homegrown vocalist Kitt Lough honed her talents over a 14-year stint in Nashville, singing live and in studios with many of the city's finest musicians. She spent the summer of 2007 in Thailand performing six nights a week to an international audience, after two years of regular appearances at some of the swankiest venues in New Orleans. She is currently completing her second CD and working with several agents to secure bookings at jazz festivals all over the world.
Pianist and organist Al Martin has many recordings to his credit, as well as a stint in New York City serving as the music director for the off-Broadway production of Automatic Love, resident pianist for the PSW Showcase Club, and a headliner at Chillie's. Locally, Al has participated in many community theater productions and currently serves as a band member or principle performer in a variety of musical settings.
Constant Change aka Dawn Thomas
Dawn Thomas, who now writes by the pseudonym, Constant Change, grew up singing and writing songs from a very early age. She pursued a music career in Nashville and while there was signed to a major publishing deal and started writing songs for many of the gospel greats. She later signed a record deal with Elektra Records and worked with legendary producer, Tommy Lipuma, who produced Natalie Cole's Unforgettable album. She has since written for movies and famous artists including Faith Hill, Earth, Wind & Fire, Trisha Yearwood, Lorrie Morgan, Anita Baker, American Idol star Melinda Doolittle and many others. Thomas now resides back home in Pensacola and is still currently writing songs.