Sara Niemietz’s voice exudes joy as she sings, and Sara lights up a room with her smile. By the age of 21, Sara had already recorded and performed with B.J
. Thomas, Richard Marx, Randy Kerber, Snuffy Walden, appeared on television programs ranging from “Glee” to “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”, acted in the feature film “Akeelah and the Bee”, and on Broadway as a young Carol Burnett in “Hollywood Arms” adapted from Burnett’s memoir “One More Time.” Often referred to as America’s Adele, Sara’s vocal talents and range span pop, rock, jazz and blues. Sara’s YouTube videos have attracted millions of fans, with her cover of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” viewed more than 8 million times and counting.
. Snuffy Walden is an award-winning musician and composer, best known for his work in television, scoring the music for shows that include The West Wing, Nashville, Friday Night Lights, Wonder Years, Rosanne, Ellen, Thirtysomething, Studio 60, Sports Night, I’ll Fly Away, George Lopez, My So-Called Life, Felicity, and dozens of others. Nominated for 12 Emmy awards, winning for the West Wing, and winner of 26 BMI awards for his music, Snuffy’s music has been the soundtrack of our lives for almost 30 years. In the 1970’s and ‘80’s, Snuffy was touring guitarist supporting Steve Wonder, Donna Summer, Chaka Chan, Stray Dog, and Eric Burdon.
Robbie Schaefer is a singer/songwriter/guitarist and 1/4th of the Virginia-based folk-rock band “Eddie from Ohio” who have been entertaining audiences for more than 20 years. With their trademark acoustic sound, EFO has produced nine CDs, with sales exceeding 150,000, toured from Florida to Washington State, cultivated a massive following of fans nationwide, received air play from hundreds of radio stations, headlined at venues from Wolf Trap to the Philadelphia Folk Festival, Telluride Bluegrass Festival (CO) and Strawberry Music Festival (CA), and were awarded "Best Contemporary Folk Group" by the Washington Area Music Association six times since 1997. Robbie served for many years as the Music Director for Sirius XM’s Kids Place Live before forming the OneVoice Community which is a non-profit that unites children worldwide through music and creative expression, empowering children to build a just, peaceful and wonder-filled world.