Ginelle and Mark
The duo is quite a bit of experience with cruise ship contracts as well as resident work throughout central Europe.
GINELLE was born in Los Angeles, CA
In 2005 the young singer/songwriter was introduced to the NYC music scene while doing a summer internship at the now legendary Roc-A- Fella Records. Later that year she collaborated with infamous Philly DJ Rich Medina to co-write and perform his groundbreaking "Connecting The Dots" album which was released on Dutch label Kindred Spirit Records. She was soon discovered by the late impresario and event promoter Mark Berkley while performing at a bar in Chelsea. From there she gained notoriety for her flamboyant and provocative cabaret showat HK lounge in Hell's Kitchen, with scintillating performances covering hits by various artists ranging from Donna Summer to Beyonce to standing room only audiences. The young songstress was received with rave reviews from notable entertainment rag HX referring to her as "divalicious' and stating a new star of NYC nightlife is born".
Ginelle continued to follow her passion by relocating to R&B mecca Atlanta in 2009 where she has worked extensively with some of the city's hottest party bands.
MARK who originally hails from the tiny caribbean island of barbados, has garnered international recognition as a music recording artist. Mark grew up performing in church with his family and studied music when attending The Alleyne School as a teenager. At the age of 21 he won the MSC Award for Male Vocalist of the Year as front man for top Barbadian group Promise and later went on to become keyboardist/ vocalist of top Caribbean soca group Krosfyah. Mark signed his first recording contract with Nashville independent label Gotee Records in 1995 and his group went on to debut at on Billboard reggae Charts as well as selling over 150,000 copies of their album. He is
also known as a session keyboardist, with a long list of reggae notables to his credit. He has worked with Culture feat. the late Joseph Hill, Anthony B, Glen Washington and Eek- A - Mouse just to name a few. Major highlights of his career include being a guest artist of the Olympiads at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, performing at former President Bill Clinton's 1997 Inaugural New England Ball and representing the USA at the 1st Anniversary Commemoration of the US Embassy bombing in Nairobi Kenya. Mark has spent the last few years working as lead vocalist/ keyboardist with a couple of the most coveted party bands in Atlanta and as a unique baritone covers a wide range of vocal stylings from Frank Sinatra to Rod Stewart, Wilson Pickett to Usher.