Christopher G. Kelly 
Solo Pianist

For over 20 years, Christopher Kelly, of Mullica Hill, has served as a piano soloist and accompanist in a variety of settings including restaurants, cruise ships, piano bars, weddings, events, and coffee houses. 

With a unique style and eclectic musical interests, a night of music with Chris can weave many different styles and genres, including classical, show tunes, new age, standards, blues, 70s rock, country, and contemporary music. Chris has been most influenced by artists such as George Winston, Elton John, Billy Joel, Eddie Vedder, James Taylor, Nat King Cole, and Vince Guaraldi. 

Chris has studied under a “who’s who” of music legends including, Jimmy Amadie - the celebrated Philadelphia pianist and educator known for his contributions in improvisational jazz theory, Anthony Meccoli - conductor, professor and former Artistic Director of the Gloucester County Allegro Society, and Anthony Ciccarelli – acclaimed jazz artist and instructor with The Curtis Institute of Music and the Philadelphia Orchestra. 

Most recently, Chris has served as the house soloist for Hill Creek Farms and An Italian Affair restaurant in New Jersey. Chris has also performed for The Spirit of Philadelphia cruise ship, The Omni Hotel in Philadelphia, and Odette’s piano bar and restaurant in New Hope. Chris also served as an accompanist with the Walter Jay Jazz Orchestra in Philadelphia, PA. 

Chris has two daughters and owns businesses in music, medical communications, and industrial antiques. 

Rob McMahon

Rob McMahon, guitarist/vocalist, is a lifelong New Jersey resident who has been playing guitar, singing and entertaining the area for over twenty-five years. An avid music fan, Rob has been involved with choruses at the Regional and State levels, acting troupes and solo venues. For years, he has been an intricate member of one of the hottest party bands in South Jersey, “Fonkey Business”, singing leads on classics by Bruce Springsteen and The Rolling Stones, and background vocals on all of the best Funk/Party songs of the past four decades.

Whether performing classic renditions or his own interpretations of popular songs from the 60’s, through today, this unique performer captivates audiences and keeps them coming back for more. Rob chooses a totally diverse selection of over 220 songs that are popular for sing-a-longs, background music or easy listening.

Influences on this artist include Soul music, 60’s folk and soft rock, Modern Country favorites and of course, Southern Rock and Classic Rock and Roll…just to name a few.

Rob McMahon will make your event into a unique, one-of-a-kind experience just for you - each show an individual and entirely different feel. Happy Hours, House Parties,, Outdoor Celebrations, Community Events, Backyard Barbecues or Private Serenades - this is one performer who truly must be seen and heard to be appreciated.

Dennis and Gail

Sweet Spot.Dennis and Gail is a polished duo, playing guitar and singing with beautiful vocal harmonies. They are a great addition to any event. Their unique interpretations and stylings of popular songs captivate listeners with their entertaining presence and memorable renditions. They perform their music all over the South Jersey area at wineries, distilleries, taverns, happy hours, town fairs, corporate & civic functions, small wedding ceremonies & private events. In addition, they've entertained crowds at Downtown Haddonfield, Downtown Hammonton events and along the Jersey Shore. Sweet Spot has performed at Cape May Singer / Songwriter Showcases, and at several Woodstock 50th Anniversary Celebrations as well.

David Kelly

David Kelly is originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He now resides in Audubon, NJ. He has a degree in Music Education from The University of Tulsa. His style of music is eclectic - ranging from Pop/Classic Rock, Jazz and Latin, Blues and Country, Bluegrass and Classical. He plays acoustic guitar, mandolin and lap steel. David has performed with Grammy Award winning artists such as Willie Nelson, Leon Russell, Steven Stills, Diane Schure, Phyliace Rashad, Anne Hampton Calloway and The Mavericks. He played in The Tulsa Signature Symphony backing up several international recording artists. He is currently working solo and duos with Fran Smith Jr. of the band The Hooters. Fran is a member of The Philadelphia Music Hall of Fame. David likes to play music to whatever audience in from of him wants to hear.