BRIAN DAMSON: Educated at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and The University of Kentucky Brian has spanned the globe as an Award-Winning Actor and Cabaret Performer. Grand Award Winner for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance of SWEENEY TODD and George/Albin in LA CAGE AUX FOLLES , Inductee to THE MUSICAL THEATRE ROUND TABLE HALL OF FAME and voted BEST NEW PERFORMER by the Los Angles Theatre Critics. A member of the original casts of “JOE! the musical, at Chicago’s Equity Library Theatre and KAMA SUTRA, the musical, at the Royal George Theatre, Brian continues to perform throughout the country with his critically acclaimed One Man Show ” MID-WEST SIDE STORY” as well as Guest Starring with some of the country’s best symphonies. Brian can be seen on LOGOTV’s Chris and John to the Rescue. A Veteran of 15 Greg Thompson Shows (and counting) as well as opening for Rosemary Clooney, Alan King and Joan Rivers. He has directed productions of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, BEEHIVE, BACK TO BACHARACH and I LOVE YOU YOUR PERFECT NOW CHANGE at Circle Theatre. Brian also is Spiderman and Ironman for Marvel Entertainment.
MICHAEL SCOTT BROOKS: Michael has been a working professional singer and pianist since age 15, performing at fine rooms, clubs, events, TV appearances and stages around the US and Europe including emceeing many municipal Michigan “Miss America” Pageants, Chicago’s famed Davenport’s Cabaret, the renowned Fountain Room, the world-famous Detroit Athletic Club and The Winter Garden at The Whitney. Michael earned his BFA for vocal performance at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI and was awarded “International Young Singer of the Year” at the worldwide Eistedffod Festival in Wales and was the Michigan State Solo and Ensemble Festival Finalist. He has been musical director, composer, arranger, accompanist and tenor soloist with several professional groups including The Detroit Symphony Orchestra Chorus, The Ken Jewel Chorale and The Michigan Opera Theatre, most recently as vocal director with The Four Tenors and musical director of the acclaimed Nocturne Trio. Michael is grateful to be performing with such talented guys!
MORGAN JAMES: Morgan James has worked as a soloist performer with the Roger Wagner Chorale; Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, UCLA Men’s Glee. He has had command performances before such dignitaries as President of the United States, Ronald Reagan; His Majesty, King Hussein bin Talal-The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan; Eduard Shevardnadze, Minister of Foreign Affairs, USSR. Morgan has also performed with stars such as Andy Williams, Dean Martin, Bob Hope, Jose Feliciano, Barry Manilow, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Steve Wariner, David Allen Coe, Bill Munroe,
Morgan has appeared in the Branson Missouri productions of Gettysburg, The Promise, and Greg Thompson Production’s, The Great American Wild Wild West Show, “A Cowboy Christmas” and “Keep on Truckin'”, movies such as “Finean’s Rainbow”- Fred Astaire, Petula Clark, Tommy Steele, Keenan Wynn
“Paint Your Wagon”- with Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood, Jean Seberg, “A Place to Grow” – with Gary Morris, Wilfred Brimley, John Beck, Tracy Kristofferson, Steve Wariner and the third US ARMY USO Show, Academy of Country Music Awards Show and the ACM Fan Fair.
KEN NIELSON: Ken is a natural entertainer. A triple threat….singer, actor, dancer! A Salt Lake City Mormon boy raised in the tradition of the Osmond’s, he soon traded the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for the bright lights of show business. Working for Walt Disney Productions, Ken has traveled the world from the Caribbean to Asia. He soon fell in love with Caribbean cruising, performing over 18 shows for major cruise lines as a featured vocalist and master of ceremonies.
A true show business gypsy, Ken has starred in off-Broadway productions of “Grease” and “Brigadoon” and has been the voice of his idol Michael Bublé on dozens of in-studio karaoke recordings. Since joining the “Four Tenors” Ken has become the resident “rocker” singing the hits of Elvis, Maroon Five and Bon Jovi.
“Working with the Tenors has been a real learning experience” says Ken, “these guys have been performing for years and know all the tricks. I’m learning more and more every day about performing and having the time of my life. One thing is for sure, getting standing ovations every night is really fun!”
Ken’s dream is to become the next Michael Bublé and from the audience’s reaction he looks to be on his way!