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Jason Craft

Jason has been a full time professional piano and organ player, performing as a soloist and with top local and national artists. He has toured the world as the music director and pianist for Sheila Raye Charles (daughter of the legendary Ray Charles). Jason plays a variety of musical styles, including jazz, blues, funk, R&B, and classical. He can be found on a regular basis with all of the best local Twin Cities musicians at many of the local music venues. He has played with Jason Marsalis, Slide Hampton, Michael Brecker, Wycleff Jordan, Carl Allen, Jimi Jameson, Alex Liegertwood, Eric Gales, Jackie Evancho and several other notable musicians. Jason can also be heard on countless recordings, as his musical talents are frequently called upon for studio work.

Reed Grimm

Reed started his life on stage singing with his musical family’s nationally touring act at age 2. After picking up the drum set at age 12 he played in several bands, but it wasn’t until his band Shoeless Revolution that he blended drumming with lead singing. Touring extensively throughout the country, they traded sets with The Roots, Cold War Kids, the Flaming Lips, and the Black Keys. In 2011 his audition for American Idol caught the attention of the judges, carrying him through to the live rounds eventually landing at #14 on season 11. With the help of a successful Kickstarter campaign he released his eclectic debut solo record “Reminders”. Reed has traveled the world performing at festivals, schools, hospitals, has made multiple trips overseas to perform for members of the US military, and has collaborated with several nonprofits to help their unique missions flourish.

Ashley Gonzalez

Ashley is a tap dancer: performer, choreographer, and teacher. She trained under the direction of Chloe Arnold, Sarah Reich, Aaron Williams, and other notable tap artists. Ashley graduated from the University of Northwestern-St. Paul with a double major in music with a vocal emphasis and business administration. Some of her performances include the 2018 Governor’s Ball Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, the 2018 MLBA All Star Pre Party Concert in Washington DC, and she has also received awards for her tap performances in Seoul, South Korea and Offenburg, Germany. Ashley was featured in the book Dance Across the USA by Jonathon Givens. She currently performs as a tap dancer with Rhythm Street Movement and has been a part of various local shows and performances.