Playin' The Music II

Jennifer Moore Rin Kahla Roseann Aldrete Nancy Peterson







Jennifer Moore, accomplished musician, singer and performer.  For more information on Jennifer, please click on THE RAINBOW REVUE link above.


 - Rin Kahla - 

Bass Guitar

 Rin Kahla, bassist extraordinaire, pounding out and finessing those great bass notes for THE RAINBOW REVUE.

 - Roseann Aldrete - 




Roseann Aldrete has been rocking audiences all over Southern California for the last twelve years. Roseannís guitar is a "cutting edge" alternative style of Blues and R&B Funk. Her influences are B.B. King, Tower of Power and Carlos Santana. She loves to play lead guitar while simultaneously playing rhythm.

Most recently she has played at B.B. Kings House of Blues and The Baked Potato. She received critical acclaim at the Reno Jazz Festival for her lead guitar work and has played numerous benefits to celebrate Women in Blues.

Roseannís fingers run hot on the fret board and we are hot for her talent here at THE RAINBOW REVUE.


Nancy Peterson

Musical Director/Composer/Arranger/Saxophone


Nancy Peterson is an accomplished musician, a whirlwind at the woodwinds! As a clarinetist she played with the Detroit Youth Symphony. She plays the saxophone and the flute. Did we mention the guitar? She writes and composes too. Her dues have been paid on the music circuit.

After an epiphany she picked up a guitar and traveled to Los Angeles in a pickup truck with only $200 in her pocket. But she had her war chest! Thirty new songs, and a burning desire to "make it." Upon arriving in LA, she formed a women's blues band, "Dell Street" and played the LA bar circuit. Occasionally, she would appear on the same bill with the then unknown Melissa Etherage.

Nancyís music skills landed her a position as associate conductor along with Sue Fink for The L.A. Women's Community Chorus. She has also conducted the Long Beach Gay Freedom Band for several appearances at Disneyland. Currently, she is the lead alto saxophone player and arranger for "The Great American Swing Band."

Her first solo album will be released this year.

We are in a state of euphoria to have Nancy blowin' her horn here at the THE RAINBOW REVUE.


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