PJ Parker

PJ Parker

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Jazz - General | Somerset, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,173   
Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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I have recorded three CDs: Intimate (2006), It's Christmas (2007), Dreams Are Meant For Two (2008).

As a jazz vocalist, I have performed or recorded with such artists as Jerry Bruno, Roy Cumming, Joel Frahm, Steve Gilmore, Harry Leahy, Keith MacDonald, Gary Mazzaroppi, Coleman Mellett, Geary Moore, Rich Reiter, Vinnie Ruggieri, Earl Sauls and Radam Schwartz. I have also been the featured vocalist for the opening act bands for John Pizzarelli and Harry Connick Jr., and have appeared in the annual Philadelphia Variety Club Telethon with Ben Vereen and Maureen McGovern. I was also the featured female vocalist in the big band show, "Your Seaside Ballroom," which received rave reviews at the Trump Plaza Theater in Atlantic City.

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My song "Dreams Are Meant for Two" co-written with my father, the late Thomas E. Parker, has made its film debut in Joe Basile's "West End", a compelling, New Jersey crime family drama starring Eric Roberts and Peter Onorati. The film was completed just months before the devastation of Superstorm Sandy that ravaged much of the Jersey Shore area that was captured in the film. For more on "West End": westendthemovie.com- more PJ Parker: pjparker.net


Ron Wilson posted over 30 days ago to PJ Parker

Every singer and producer and publisher's wish is a truly new Christmas song, well, here one is.

Edward Michaels posted over 30 days ago

Just heard you on outbound radio "Dreams Are Meant For Two" Loved it!! Great vocal! Would love for you to do some of my originals.

Edward Michaels posted over 30 days ago

Loved your tune, great song and your voice and style brings back times of great singers. I wish this kind of music would regain its former popularity! Real nice job! Enjoyed it very much!!

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