Ginger Coyle


Ginger is an esteemed singer and songwriter & spiritual activist from the Delaware Valley (southern NJ) who embraces many of the genres that have grown from the honest roots of American blues: R&B, funk and even reggae, gospel, and jazz make their presence known throughout her performances and recordings. Soul music for conscious souls is her self proclaimed genre. Watching a set with her is like a hangout session with your best friend, one you haven’t seen in ages, yet as soon as you get together, you continue the last conversation like the chasm of time and distance never existed. Vocally she attacks with attitude and wisdom, framing her lyrics with a rebellious demeanor and an open heart. Ginger possesses an arresting presence on stage, and a sophisticated understanding of her fore-bearers.

Daille Kettrell


Daille Kettrell (pianist, vocalist, songwriter, music educator), a Camden, NJ native, has been performing professionally for over two decades, including work as a keyboardist with violinist Lionel Hampton, flutist Bobbi Humphrey, and Vesta Williams. She worked in bands that have opened for Patti LaBelle, George Benson, and Alex Bugnon. As a composer, she received an honorable mention for her composition, “The Next Plateau” in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest.  Daille is known for her versatility and has the ability to compose various styles of music equally as well. In addition to her first recorded album, “The Rite Time, The Rite Moment,” Daille's new indie release single, “For All” is available on various music platforms including Spotify and iTunes. She was a core member of the band, Pristine Raeign from 2014 to 2020. Kettrell is a recent retiree from Camden City School District. Other directing credits include her performances with WBGO Jazz-FM 88 Newark Radio Children’s Concerts and Gallery Receptions in Newark, NJ. Currently, she works with Mary Cross 2NspireU in addition to leading her own band, the Daille Kettrell Trio, featuring Cliff Kellem on bass and Rich Santucci on drums.

Elizabeth Knauer, RScP


Elizabeth is a Professional Musician and classically trained soprano who enjoys singing opera, music theatre and contemporary compositions. Ms. Knauer was an Artist-In-Residence at The Banff Center for the Arts in Alberta, Canada and was awarded a one year Graduate Rotary Scholarship to the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. She is a former faculty member of Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania, Baltimore Community College and Notre Dame College in Maryland where she taught Voice, Diction, Music Appreciation and Choral Conducting. She maintains a private teaching practice as well. She creates the beautiful sacred music for our Meditation Sunday Service, 1st Sunday every month.

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