Sharane Calister is an American singer with soulful sounds and a songwriter. A 29-year-old native of Des Moines, Iowa, Sharane is best known for her appearance and performance on The Voice Season 14 working with Alicia Keys and Adam Levine. She landed in the Top 11 in 2018 with powerful performances singing songs like “Make it Rain,” “All I Can Do is Cry,” “In My Blood,” and “Never Enough.” She continues to sing with The Feel Right Band while making additional solo appearances throughout the country.
Already honored at the tender age of 56, with the terms
"legend" and "icon," the award-winning vocals of Tina Haase Findlay have made their mark throughout the jazz realm as
well as in blues, rock, soul, gospel, commercial jingles, and
musical theatre. This includes countless big band and combo
settings, such as The Bob Weast Swingin’ Big Band and The Red Sneaker Dixieland Jazz Band. She has opened for and/or
shared the stage with such luminaries as Irene Myles, Bruce Katz, Joanna Connor, Robert Cray, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, and many more. 50 plus years of public performing in all kinds
of genres and settings has cemented her place as one of the
scene’s most sought-after vocalists. She has also enjoyed evolving into more directing, producing, arranging, composing,
and over 20 years of vocal coaching all ages and stages of singers. A two-time Iowa Blues Challenge winner, Tina is one of the precious few women of the Des Moines Jazz Hall of Fame.
Best of all, she is grateful to share life offstage with her husband Brandon and daughter Dove.
Born and raised in the heartland, Bill Blank has quickly become a voice of the Midwest. Growing up in Iowa and attending all inner-city schools, Bill brings a unique blend of down-home common sense and street smarts that makes him unlike any other comic you have ever seen.
He has had a recurring role on the Spike TV miniseries "Invasion Iowa" starring William Shatner, twice had jokes published by Sports Illustrated, and has been published in Judy Brown's compilation book "Love's Funny That Way."