Legendary performer Betty Johnson Gray started her long musical career as a young girl with her family’s gospel ensemble, the Johnson Family Singers. Gray began her adult solo career in the 1950s and rose to fame with hits like “The Little Blue Man” and “I Dream”. She has appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, Jack Paar’s Tonight show and has performed at the Grand Old Opry. Gray raised two daughters, Lydia and Elisabeth, acclaimed singers in their own right. Lydia Gray has performed across the United States and Caribbean including New York City’s famed Algonquin’s Oak Room and Cafe Pierre and was nominated for the MAC award for Female New Debut. Lydia has two critical acclaimed albums and performs with the Brazilian Jazz band Tambor. Elisabeth Gray, based in Spain, is the lead singer for the prestigious Chattanooga Big Band and has a flourishing career in television and radio and two celebrated albums. Joining them on stage is Ed Eastridge, classical, and jazz guitarist as well as award winning producer who has worked with artists including Sheryl Crowe, Emmylous Harris, Wynton Marsalis among others.
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