K-Town Sound Show Chorus is proud to have the following quartets associated with our chorus. We endorse all of them as excellent singers and entertainers, suitable for any occasion...
Meet Mint Julep Quartet!
These four dynamic women perform a cappella harmony in the barbershop style. Their diverse repertoire includes Pop, Gospel, Show Tunes and more. Looking for entertainment during the holidays? They've got that covered, too. Audiences love them and you will find them easy to work with. They can provide custom performance packages to suit your entertainment needs and budget.
Pictured LR: Kellie, Melissa, Heather, Leah
Kellie is Knoxville born and bred, and in the deep rooted music traditions of eastern TN, Kellie was singing before she could write. She’s among our modern day heroes as an ICU nurse. Kellie’s spirit animal is... ALL animals! Her love and connection with all creatures is profound. With a houseboat nearby, Lake Life is an important part of being Kellie, enjoying time on the water with friends and family every chance she gets.
Melissa is loving life in the South, and is proud to now call Tennessee home. She hails from Canada, and her keen observation skills have helped her quickly convert from “eh?” to “y’all”. She’s smart like that. And kinda serious. But she’s as authentic and generous as they come. Melissa is happiest outdoors, and makes the most of the climate and natural beauty of the region for hiking, pontooning, and sessions around a fire pit. This Spring, she adds novice gardener to her credentials!
Heather is a recent transplant to the South. Raised in the Buckeye state, and a graduate of Cleveland Institute of Music, she has quickly embraced Music City and all the region has to offer: beautiful surroundings, plenty of live music, all of that delicious American whiskey, a relaxed pace, and friendly people. For years Heather has been known for her ace bartending skills. More recently, she’s added bread baking to her repertoire of artisan pursuits. Check out @tipsybakertn
Leah is happy to be back in her hometown of Lexington, KY after several years in the mid-Atlantic and southeast coast regions. You can't make a Mint Julep without Bourbon and Leah is enjoying all the Bourbon Trail has to offer! She earned her Vocal Performance degree in Charleston, SC and belted many a jazz tune during her jazz club days on the coast. Leah is proud to call Tennessee her second home, falling in love with the mountains, lakes, night life and music that makes Tennessee magical.