Jazz Music by Michael Hulett
Photo Credit: Michael Hulett

​Michael Hulett

Michael Hulett is one of the most amazing sax players around in the south!
With sounds of the soul greats, rock vibes and romantic tunes, Michael Hulett’s saxophone and vocals captivate every audience. A Georgian, born and raised in Brunswick GA went to Glynn Academy, then Georgia Southern and finished off at the Art Institute. Michael has made a name for himself both regionally and nationally, playing with entertainers such as Cab Calloway, The Four Tops, The Savannah Jazz All-Stars and the Statesboro-Savannah Symphony Orchestra. Michael has recently performed at the Las Vegas Hilton NV in the Elvis Presley Suite and the J.W. Marriott in Palm Desert CA. Michael’s repertoire includes classics like Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, all the Jazz classics. Michael also writes and plays the modern C-Jazz like Kenny G, Gerald Albright and more. Also some of your old favorite R/B like My Girl, Sugar Pie Honey Bunch from some of the greats like Al Green, Bobby Darin and more. Come out for a great time of entertainment.


​Regi Blue Band
Ballads & Slide Guitar Blues

Regi Blue was born on the banks of the Satilla River in Waycross, Georgia.  Her father began taking her to sing when she was just four years old for extra drinking money.  She only knew a couple of Muddy Water songs.  Regi credits her father as being the greatest reason for singing blues music...music from the soul.  Her father passed away in '96, her mother in '05, but she still believes they help her whenever they can.

Regi's first encounter with the guitar was when she was twelve, initially learning it as an act of rebellion.  Her grandmother wanted her to play the piano so she could play in church while Regi learned the farthest thing from it - the slide guitar.  She learned to play from an old blues man that lived behind her grandparents' house and she got totally hooked.

She credits people like Johnny Winter, Koko Taylor, Janis Joplin and Muddy Waters to be her biggest influences.  Regi has played some of the most prestigious places in the Deep South.  Her fierce guitar playing and her gravelly voice leave audiences mesmerized.  Her music spans generations and many styles - her passionate slide guitar and down home rawness keeps you on the edge of your seat and at the time warms your spirit.  Just like her music and her live perfornances, the images from her album are meant to be powerful, provocative, freeing her inner soul and illuminating her raw beauty.  From the Okefenokee swamps to the California coast, this is pure and undliluted Regi Blue..
The Sound of the Saxophone Duo
Jones-a-Phones
Jones-A-Phones is a father/daughter saxophone duo. After daughter, Crystal, followed in father, Reggie's musical footsteps, they began performing together. They later recorded a few albums, performing on Disney Cruise Line, numerous churches, weddings, opening up for recording artist Tramaine Hawkins, "Oh Happy Day," and also winning numerous talent shows. Jones-A-Phones always play to the glory of God and are blessed to be a blessing to others through their musical gifts. 
* This program is hoted by the Woodbine Woman's Club and is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly.         GCA also receives support from its partner agency - The National Endowment for the Arts.