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Nan Mason, Executive Producer
Longtime Chicago favorite Cabaret Diva, Nan Mason is the driving force behind the Chicago Sings format. The premier Chicago Sings event is to benefit New Orleans musicians displaced by hurricane Katrina. Future events will benefit various non-profits, rescue missions and other social causes.

Howard Reich of The Chicago Tribune has said, "If there is a tougher, gutsier cabaret singer in town, this listener hasn't heard her."

Her classics CD, "Something Cool," is in it's fourth printing, and she recently released her second CD, "One For My Baby," a tribute to composer Harold Arlen.

She is currently starring Tuesday through Saturday at the beautiful new Chestnut Grill & Wine Bar in the Seneca Hotel, just east of the John Hancock building on Chestnut Street.

Nan Mason has sung in countless nightclubs and corporate shows, made motion pictures, recorded jingles and captivated her audiences with a show that makes a smooth transition from pop tunes to showtunes and smooth jazz.


Eric McCool (President, Mc2Cool (un)Limited)
Eric has more than 20 years of public relations and marketing experience, including nine years of sports media and community relations. He recently stepped out on his own to form Mc2Cool (un)Limited providing art direction, web & graphic design, marketing and special event planning services. Eric is also currently on the Board of Directors for Gay Games VII to be held in Chicago 15-22 July 2006.

Barbara "Barb" Bailey (Agent, Rubloff, Inc. Residential Real Estate)
Barb's high-profile career in the music business spans 17 years as an agent representing music producers in both Chicago and Los Angeles. Since aquiring her Real Estate license eight years ago, she has been selling residential and commercial properties for the Gold Coast offces of Rubloff. Barb's love of music is a life-long passion and her enthusiasm and energy have been invaluable to the Chicago Sings project. Her team-player mentality is exemplified in her extensive community contacts and many civic causes. She is also a member of The Benefit Board of The Chicago Academy for the Arts. Their next event is the popular Oscar Night at the Gene Siskel Theater.

Sherry Johnson (President, Sherry Johnson Productions, Inc.)
With 25 years in the events and entertainment industry, Sherry has had the opportunity of working on various New Orleans events and the privilege of working with many of the great musicians of that fabulous city. Her experience in food & beverage, operations and logistics for events has proven to be a valuable asset to the production team and this project. Sherry is coordinating the foodservice aspect of the event with several Chicago-area restaurants.

Brad Thacker (Project Administrator, City of Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs)
Bradford Thacker is a project administrator for Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs. He presents the Tribute series at The Cultural Center and is the program director for Maxim's : The Nancy Goldberg International Center. Brad is also chair of the advisory board for Chicago Cabaret Proffessionals and collaborates with them on numerous musical productions.

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