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Jim Noe

    An Atlanta, Ga. native Jim has been performing in the Metro area for over twenty years.

Jim began studying voice and guitar in 1979. After graduating college in 1984 he continued his training at the Alliance Theater School where he studied voice with Beverly Blouin and Sally Priester and received piano instruction from Jim Greer of The Atlanta Music Center.

He won the prestigious Post and Alley Award for outstanding achievement in choreography in West Side Story, and the Boss Award for Best Male Chorus Member as Sid Phillips in The Neighborhood Playhouse production of Singing in the Rain. Jim spent three seasons with the Atlanta Lyric Company, and two with The Atlanta Opera, at The Fox Theater.

In 1998, Jim became one of the founding members of the Holly Theater Company, in Dahlonega, Ga. He was last seen at the Holly in the role of Jessie Kiplinger in Plaza Suite!. Other Theater credits include; Cole Porter in Red, Hot, and Cole!, Daddy Warbucks in Annie, Curly in Oklahoma, The Dentist in Little Shop of Horrors, Paul Brattier in Barefoot in the Park, Sir Lancelot in Camelot, Tommy Albright in Brigadoon and many more.  Jim's Directing credits include Bus Stop, The Miracle Worker, Miracle on 34th Street, and Once on this Island.

In 2006, Jim Noe & Gabe Russo founded the Vocal Duo of Russo & NoeThe Music of the Ratpack featuring the songs of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin & Sammy Davis, JrRusso & Noe have performed at noteworthy events all over the Southeast.  Jim also cofounded the musical group The Swing Daddies with Pianist Chris Wolski specializing in all styles of music including big band and swing.

Jim's years of stage, his style and 'big voice' epitomize a level of performance and professionalism thought to be extinct.  It isn't.


Chris Wolski

Chris Wolski Presents, Inc., Chris began his Atlanta career as a pianist/singer.  In 1975 he teamed up with bassist/singer Eddie Clark to form the musical act "Chris and Eddie" which became one of the most popular musical duos in the Atlanta market along with Banks and Shane and Randall & CC.

Deciding there was more to life than performing, his career in the special events industry began in the fall of 1982.  Joining the ranks of Bob Axtell Entertainment, Chris began booking bands and producing simple events.

In May 1983, Chris produced the Ray Charles Show, his first National  'Celebrity' Artist, for client Encyclopedia Britannica at the Field  Museum of Natural History in Chicago,Ill.This defining moment in his career led to a long list of production credits including such celebrities as Reba McEntire, Bill Cosby, The Dixie Chicks, John Denver, Count Basie & his Orchestra, Ray Stevens, Willie Nelson, Alabama, The Beach Boys, Tony Bennett, Henry Mancini, Tom Jones and Rick Springfield to name just a few.

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