Since its inception, this group has put together quite an impressive resume. The group has opened for national and legendary acts as diverse as the Temptations, George Benson, David Sanborn, The Supremes and Jennifer Holiday.
They have also performed at corporate functions for notable Corporations such as Northwestern Mutual, Johnson Wax, Quad Graphics and Time Warner.
They have also performed at The Grand Opening Ceremony for The Midwest Express Convention Center and at the political galas for The Governors National Conference and The Mayoral Candidacy Party.
The group also performs for festivals, special events, weddings and private parties. They are repeat performers at some of Milwaukee’s annual festivals, Riversplash, Summerfest, Rainbow Summer and Bastille Days to name a few.
For a lighter side of music Christopher’s Quartet would be the perfect entertainment selection.
The Quartet is a smooth, melodic infusion of Jazz delivered by four soulful musicians.
The Quartet is comprised of keyboards, drums, bass and saxophone.
Christopher’s Project is lead by saxophonist Chris Pipkins, a three-peat winner at Showtime at the Apollo, a prestigious Theater in New York City that showcases the best of up and- coming talent.
The groups lead vocalist Ameerah Tatum is one of the best female vocalists in the business.
Ameerah has performed locally as well as nationally. Her national and local credits include Janet Jackson and Eddie Butts, respectively.
The rest of the group rounds out with Del Bennet on drums (Sister Moon), Eric Hervey on Bass (Darryl Stuermer).
Theo Merriweather on keyboards and Darryl Thomas on Guitar (Chameleon). The group’s best asset is its ability to perform a wide variety of music for a wide age group.
The group performs Classics like, “It Had To Be You,” “Unforgettable” and “Wonderful Tonight.”
Dance hits like “All I Do,” “Black Cow,” “Celebration” and “I’ll Take You There.”
And Originals like “9:25,” “Blu Mist,” “Suite 3” and “Serenade.”
Their song list is vast and their talent is endless.A
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