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Kerrie Ann Wallace (Grganto) was born and raised outside of Chicago, and she's been singing as long as she can remember. Her first experience in an Elementary School Choir group determined her path and she was in every choir, jazz group, and theater production in school ever since. She was a cast member in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Chicago Theater during junior high and high school, performing with Donny Osmond for 5 days a week. Kerrie was an original member of the very popular Chicago Based Cover Band in Six to Midnight for a few years singing all over Chicago and the Suburbs at summer fests, clubs and a favorite, The Cubbie Bear. 


Kerrie auditioned for and got a female vocalist position in the DeVry Band The Teachers. What started out as 9 DeVry employees, who had auditioned amongst hundreds and been selected from various campuses all over America, ended up with 6 members after a two year run of shows in Florida, Utah, Chicago and Ohio.  In 2012 they got to play at the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame in the Corporate Band of the Year finals. They auditioned to compete in the Fame Magazine Corporate Battle of the Bands benefiting the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame education program. They won the Midwest regional semi final and  moved on to the finals in Cleveland at the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame She considers it one of her greatest musical accomplishments.


After fighting through a rare stomach disease that almost killed her in 2016, she decided to move to paradise, Marco Island 2 years ago. She is an active volunteer with the Marco Patriots and Burrowing Owls of Marco Island and began making a name for herself singing karaoke on the Island and singing at parties for fundraisers and her friends. She dedicated her performance of the National Anthem for her Search and Rescue Team at the Marco Patriots Still Strong Irma Anniversary party right after Hurricane Florence Volunteer work. She has been singing at weddings, restaurants, bars, music fests and parties for over 20 years now and her passion shows on stage in every song. Since her Hurricane and Disaster Relief work hit the off season, she began doing solo gigs in 2019. She sings any and all genres with a little bit of country and a little bit of rock n roll. Her inspirations are Janis Joplin, Martina McBride, The Beatles, Stevie Nicks, and many more. She may be small but mighty! A vocal powerhouse that will melt your heart and knock your socks off. Come out and see Kerrie Ann sing, you won’t be disappointed!  

"Kerrie Ann's vocals are
moving and magical"


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