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Cheryl Chats with Mary Bogue

“The world got smaller, my heart got bigger” “I wouldn’t say I have cancer-I would say cancer has me.” Mary Bogue is sort of a new old friend of mine. She is a fabulou...

Cheryl Chats with Morgan Ames

More than another cancer survivor, Morgan is “Dukes up”--as she refers to herself, standing up to cancer. “Pain is the greatest teacher.” Listening to her teachings w...

Cheryl Chats with Sharon Mcevan Ellis

Sharon Mcevan Ellis is a gem. She is family as well. Her sister is Angela Paul, and her brother- in-law is Alan Paul, who happens to be my partner in The Manhattan Tra...

Cheryl Chats with Leslie Page

Leslie Page is a fantastic and very original singer--and my neighbor here in Palm Springs! She’s traveled the world, as she was singing background to Joe Walsh, and ha...

Cheryl Chats with Lou Eyrich

Lou Eyrich is a costume designer best known for her work in the television series Glee and American Horror Story: Asylum. In 2012, she was awarded a Career Achievement...

Cheryl Chats with Cecily Gardner

Cecily Gardner is a jazz singer, teacher, composer and a founding member of improvisational vocal septet, FISH TO BIRDS. Her vocal style is as varied as her collaborat...

Cheryl Chats with Marcy Kraft

Music industry legend Marcy Kraft is a lover, supporter, and constant promoter of music, and those in the music community. If you like a musician, she’s worked with th...

Cheryl Chats with Gina Eckstine

Jazz singer Gina Eckstine graciously sang at my benefit with City of Hope. She’s a teacher, a performer and continues the legacy of her father, legend Billy Eckstine. ...

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Cheryl Bentyne has been a member of iconic, jazz vocal group THE MANHATTAN TRANSFER for over 40 years, and is a 10x GRAMMY winner. She has survived cancer two times an...