“Fun, funky, soulful, jazzy, rockin’ . . .” These are some of the words used by their fans to describe their music. With a playlist of over 400 songs, they can get the audience engaged and moving. Their song list is vast, covering over 400 songs from artists such as Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Aretha Franklin, Beatles, Elton John, Doobie Brothers, Santana, Stevie Wonder, Bonnie Raitt, Fleetwood Mac, Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Jobim, and Jimmy Buffett.
Cheri Adams on guitar and vocals has performed for audiences in Japan, Berlin, St. Thomas, and on Princess Cruise Lines. Locally, she has played at The Edgewater Hotel and was a regular at 13 Coins at SeaTac for over 10 years. Recently she has been seen at Waving Tree Winery, Michael Florentino Cellars, Bad Albert’s, and Egan’s. She is the house guitarist at Blues-To-Do’s All Star Women’s Jam at Spinnaker Bay Brewing. She also writes her own music, which can be heard on her CDs “Make Somebody Happy” and “Something’s Pushin’ Me” available on Amazon.com, and itunes.
Beth Wulff was one of the founding members of the Seattle Women in Rhythm and Blues and has remained a visible part of the Seattle music scene for many years. She is the recipient of Best Blues Keyboards by the Washington Blues Society. Beth has performed with Motown legend Mary Wells, jazz guitarist Emily Remler, soul singer Al Wilson, and local legends Rich Dangel, Merilee Rush, Patti Allen and Duffy Bishop. Her keyboarding and songwriting can be heard on numerous CD projects.
Jim Wulff has performed with Beth as a drummer and vocalist for over 35 years. They have worked together both as a duo and with numerous bands, and most recently they have backed up several featured artists including Stacy Jones, and Sheila Kay. Jim recently finished a CD project featuring his vocals entitled “Songs of the Past”.