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PJ Parker has performed in concerts, dinner theater, summer stock, regional theater and musical revues, and has also been the featured vocalist with orchestras and bands from Atlantic City to New York City.

PJ has performed/recorded with Christopher Bakriges, John Bianculli, Jerry Bruno, Lou Carter, Roy Cumming, Glenn Davis, Joel Frahm, Steve Gilmore, Tim Horner, Harry Leahy, Keith MacDonald, Gary Mazzaroppi, Coleman Mellett, Geary Moore, Vinnie Ruggieri, Earl Sauls, Radam Schwartz and Avery Sharp.

She has been an opening band featured vocalist for John Pizzarelli and Harry Connick Jr., as well as the featured female vocalist in Trump Plaza's big band show, “Your Seaside Ballroom,” also appearing in Philadelphia's Variety Club Telethon.


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