NORTH AMERICAN NATIONAL TOUR - Broadway Musical "Hair" The 25th Anniversary National Tour, "Buddy" Toronto, Canada, "Buddy" Alberta, Calgary Canada, “Raisin” – Starring Lynette Hawkins singer of “OH Happy Day”

Shirley Ceasar, Strafe, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, Junior Walker, Nat Adderly, TheDrifters, Mau-Mau, U.T.F.O., Clark Sisters, Hannibal Peterson, Pete Yellin, Tito Puente, John Scofield, Michael Brecker, Barry Harris, The Prime Directive, Joe Henderson, Clark Terry, Instant Funk, Sharon Freeman, Lyle Atkinson, Jamil Nasser. Benny Powell, and Lionel Hampton, Harold Mabern, Steve Turre, Mighty Sign, Cult Jam (Lisa Lisa), Peter Moffitt, The Stylistics.

VENUES - Sweetwaters, LeMouche, SpoDeOde, C.B.G.B., Mikells, Wetlands, Indigo Blues, Town Hall, Bottom Line, Bitter End, Cat Club, Club Paradise, Downtown Beirut and St. Peter’s Church, Golden Gate Theatre, Roystons, The Atrium-South St. Seaport, Manhattan Club, Alice Tulley Hall, Royal Alexander Theatre, Bryant Park, Prospect Park, PTL Club 700, Bridge St. A.W.M.E.Church, Helmsley Palace, Waldorf Astoria, Wilsons, Honey Suckles, El Macambo, Lone Star-Road House, New Frontier, Nells, Rex, China Club, Roseland, Eisenhower Park, Tralfadors, Club Benee, Sweet Jane, Knitting Factory, Radio City Music Hall, Trumpets, Shubert Theatre.

City is the Bandleader, Master of Ceremonies, Lead Male Vocalist, Entertainer Extraordinaire, Musical Director and Ceo of City Sounds Music. He is also an Actor, Recording Artist, Arranger, Producer, Songwriter, Drummer, Keyboard Player and Bassist. His credentials are as follows:

R&B, Soul, Pop, New Jack Swing, Rock, Reggae, Afro-Cuban, Jazz, Classical, Fusion, Jewish Horahs, House Music, Gospel, Blues, Rap/Hip Hop.

The Original Drifters - Featuring Charlie Thomas, Jeffrey Osborne , Mary J Blige , The Shirelles, Village People, Dionne Warwick, Joe Fonda Rae, Tavares, Chico Debarge, Byron Stingley, Melba Moore, Rude Boys, Carol King, Philip, Leaders of the New School Martha Wash (Weather Girls), Sue Ann Carwell, Milira, Peabo Bryson, Menace Jump Records, Ru Paul

CONCERT PERFORMANCES - City debuted the release of his Gospel Song at The 2006 Summer Concert Series in Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, N.Y. His single “Don’t Tread On Me” charted in Great Britain 2006.

BROADWAY - “Buddy” - The Buddy Holly Story - Roles: Sam Cooke, Apollo Bass Player and Drummer, Clearlake Concert Drummer and Apollo's M.C.

TELEVISION APPEARANCES - Actor for a recurring role of "Hoff" in N.B.C. Daytime Soap Opera "Another World". Host of the "The Bro. Jerome "City" Smith Power Hour on "Cablevision Channel 20 T.V. Show. Performed on The W.B. Channel 11 “The Maury Povich Show’ with Jack Hanna & his amazing animals and performed on the Gordon Elliot Show.

OFF-BROAD WAY PLAYS - Jesus Christ Superstar, Working, Raisin In the Sun, The Me Nobody Knows and Wiz.

THE BIG APPLE CIRCUS - Drummer and Co-RingLeader

EUROPEAN TOUR - "Black Gospel Pearls"- Germany, Switzerland and Austria, Recording - Black Gospel Pearls Christmas Album Vol.2., All Drums and Percussion, Vocals, & Co-Producer. -CD upon request, St. Johns University's "Voices of Victory" - Norway, Sweden, Denmark

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For the past 25 years, Guitarist/Composer Bob Gallo’s playing could be heard world-wide on the incidental and theme song music in episodes of the popular and now syndicated number one television show of the late 80's and early 90's "The Cosby Show" and "It's A Different World." For 5 years, Bob Gallo was the featured acoustic guitarist who accompanied popular recording legend Aretha Franklin on the theme song of "It's A Different World" weeknights on NBC. Following his work for NBC, he could be heard weekly on the popular Fox 5 Network series "Living Single." Currently, he can be heard world-wide on syndicated episodes of all three shows for which he composed, performed and acted as Assistant to the Musical Director.

In 2000 Bob Gallo began working on the popular animated series for Nickelodeon and CBS entitled "Little Bill," also released on Paramount Home Video and DVD, on which he composed, arranged and performed. The soundtrack features Bob playing jazz guitar in a quartet setting behind voice-overs of such well-know actors as Phylicia Rashad, the late Madeline Kahn and Gregory Hines, Rosie Perez and Bill Cosby. An active studio musician, Gallo has recorded with singer Denise Williams on her Grammy Award-winning Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album "This Is My Song". Bob Gallo is considered by many to be one of today's foremost accomplished, guitarist/composers. Quotes Rodney Jones, Chairman, Jazz Guitar Department of The Juilliard School, “"Bob Gallo is one of the great unknown secrets in the world of jazz guitar… with impeccable technique, a warm tone and a masterful touch…” Cliff Cultreri – Relativity Records and Signer of Guitarists Steve Vai and Joe Satriani says "Bob Gallo is certainly a diamond in the rough. I've not had a modern jazz recording hit me this hard in quite some time..." referring to Bob’s widely successful cd “Wake-Up Call,” which features Bassist Boris Kozlov of “The Mingus Big Band,” Pianist Misha Tsiganov, Trumpeter Alex Sipiagin of “The Michael Brecker Band,” and Drummer Gene Jackson of “The Herbie Hancock Group.”

Bob Gallo is known to have played along side of such talents as Michael and Randy Brecker, Gerald Albright, Grover Washington, Jr., John Lewis, Clark Terry, Dave Valentin and Jon Faddis. In 2010 Bob Gallo’s current jazz group The New York Alliance released their cd “The New York Alliance Band” and continues to be featured throughout a number of New York City jazz clubs, including BB King’s and 55 Bar. More recently, he is currently writing music for the Bravo Channel music library. Bob Gallo endorses Gibson Guitars.




Jim is a full time musician and music teacher. He started playing professionally at the age of 14 and teaching at the age of 16 up until now. He plays several instruments such as saxophone, clarinet and trumpet just to name a few. He also sings and has played all styles of music from classical to Swing, Big Band, Doo Wop, Classic Rock, Disco and Contemporary music.

Jim has also played with and on the same show as many famous artist such as The Drifters, The Duprees, The Devotions, Lenny CoCo, The Chimes, Larry Chance and The Earls, Jonny Masetro and The Brooklyn Bridge, Chubby Checker, Shirley Alston, Martha Reeves and The Supremes just to name a few.









Eve Soto’s is a highly sought vocalist. Her smooth sultry flow will please your inner core body and soul. Her graceful vocal style is dynamic & timeless .Her vocal style has been compared to Sade, Anita Baker, Mary J Blige & Regina Bell

Eve currently performs @ B.BKings NYC and venues throughout the Tri-State area

Her professional music conquest includes album "I'll Never Stop Loving You" , collaborations with Crave Records (owned by Mariah Carey, Universal records, Sony records, (Various independent record labels).

Eve coached The Voice finalist - Domo. American Idol Contestants (Travis Orlando & Ashley Flow, Vocal coach to Broadway stars Jennifer Mollet "The Color Purple, coached pageant winners Miss Teen N.Y. 2007- Jazmyn Lyttle – Hylton and Miss Teen N.Y. 2009 – Jessica Aponte. She has worked with artist such as Dave Hollister, Case, Evette Michelle, Vocal produced "Knockoff" -Angelica Salem (AMS Records) feat. Lil Kim.

Eve is the creator of the ReadyToSing ( voice lessons and vocal exercise program. This multiple CD collection is distributed by Itunes, Amazon and other digital distributors



Estee has been known in the music industry for many years. Her love of music began at a very early age. Estee family and friends often recall that Estee “was born singing”. Her mother encouraged her to sing at church and a close friend opened the door to the music industry by encouraging her to sing the National Anthem at local events in the Rockaways. Estee soon became the singing voice of the Rockaways and performed the National Anthem at various events and celebrations.

It was no surprise when she was recruited by an acquaintance to play a leading singing role in the play “Dead End” in the late 80s. Estee’s name quickly became known in the industry and she became one of the most sought after vocalists in the New York area. Estee has and continues to perform at thousands of weddings and club venues. She has been affiliated with club date offices such as Steven Scott, Hank Lane, Mark Towers Orchestras, The Bartlett Contemporaries, and many others.

In 1988 she went on to win the prestigious Nashville City Song Festival Award for Pop/Top 40 vocalists. She then went on to share the stage with known artists such as Roy Ayers, Full Force, Desiree Coleman, and Marc Anthony, to name a few. She has also performed at some of the finest venues in New York like Sweetwater’s, The Copacabana, and Chippendales.

Estee has recorded with numerous artists throughout her career and has been an asset in all occasions. To see Estee on stage is a pleasant experience. The drive, energy, and commitment to her craft, are clearly seen during her performance.


Roy Bennett may be one of the most gifted and powerful vocalists of this generation. Patterned after such greats as Marvin Jr. of The Dells and Teddy Pendergrass, Roy is no slouch when it comes to thumping the bass. His sense of rhythm and timing gives him an exceptional feeling for the instrument.

Mr. Bennett has performed jingles, appeared on T.V. and radio
commercials. Some of his credits include: the theme song for the Pro Bowling tour for ABC, Budlight Beer, Charmin Paper Towels, North Pole stores and you could hear him on the 98.7 Kiss FM morning show perfoming the theme song for Bobby Johnson’s “Walking Thru The Yellow Pages" and a segment called "Soul Man".