Inspiring songs...compelling stories...and lots of laughs!... with three of Ohio's finest songwriters, Sally Fingerett, Eric Gnezda & Parker MacDonell.
SALLY FINGERETT is an award-winning singer-songwriter, author, and founding member of the musical comedy group, The Four Bitchin’ Babes. She has released 14 CDs, written music for the theater, television and film, has performed on more than 800 stages around the country. A Kerrville New Folk Award Winner, Sally composed “Home Is Where the Heart Is,” recorded by folk legends Peter, Paul, and Mary. She has appeared on multi episodes of Ohio's national music series, Songs at the Center, and at Putamayo’s Songwriter Festival at NY’s Carnegie Hall. She was a featured guest on Michael Feldman’s Whad’Ya Know, NPR’s Mountain Stage, and CBS Sunday Morning. sallyfingerett.com
ERIC GNEZDA is creator and host of Songs at the Center, seen on over 300 PBS stations. A regular guest at Nashville’s Bluebird Café, Eric is a recipient of the Ohioana Citation for Music Composition, joining Michael Feinstein (American Songbook), Jorma Kaukonen (Jefferson Airplane), and Chip Davis (Mannheim Steamroller). An Emmy-nominated TV journalist, Eric and his songs have been featured on ESPN, Entertainment Tonight, and NPR’s Car Talk, and All Things Considered. His song, “Separation,” was named a Top 25 Song of 2018 by Phil Maq of WFHR-FM, Detroit. gnezda.com
PARKER MacDONELL has been using his original songs, voice and acoustic guitar to communicate with audiences for years. A veteran of the Los Angeles club scene and college student unions across the United States, Parker was named “Best New Artist of the Year” by the listeners of Pete Fornatale’s Mixed Bag show on New York City radio station WNEW. He has released four recordings: Miracle on Broad Street with Matt Munhall, The Present Tense, Looking For You, and Home to the Heart, plus co-wrote a host of songs for Matt Munhall’s two most recent recordings, 700 Miles and Walking to the Light. parkermacdonell.com