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Jim Cox


Accepted invitation to perform as soloist in elementary school in fourth grade.

Accepted invitation to join Flint Central High School Acapella Choir( first high school acapella choir in United States)

Accepted invitation to join same choir’s select group of madrical singers

Accepted invitation to tryouts for “HMS Pinafore” in Port Huron High School Acapella Choir. Assumed lead role.

Awarded Port Huron High School musical scholarship to Michigan State University youth music program

Invited to join the famous Michigan State Singers of Michigan State University.

Accepted invitation to tryouts for “Pirates of Penzance” operetta  in Port Huron High Schools Acapella Choir. Assumed lead role.

Accepted invitation to join famed Bluejackets Choir in US Navy.  recorded same at RCA.

Accepted invitation to tour Europe with glee club and Navy band as featured artist for US Navy’s “People to People” public relations concert series.

Accepted invitation to perform in The Saint Clair County Community College Singers entourage as a featured artist.

Accepted invitation to perform for non-profit organizations throughout the Blue Water area.  These include: American Cancer Society, Kiwanis Club,  Exchange Club, YMCA, Women’s Bennefit Association, The March of Dimes, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Salvation Army, Club 611, Optimist Club,  Masons, many churches, VFW, American Legion, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Toys For Tots,

Presently performing for various audiences at conventions,  benefits, and private affairs as either featured artist, backup vocalist or musician, or master of ceremonies.  

Appeared with name acts in shows in US and  Canada.

Co-hosted television show and recieved offers to host similar formats.

Was radio show personality and commercial voice and character for "aired” radio and television spots.  

A cultural & sociological phenomenonWayne State University Debate Team

Port Huron’s Golden Voice”, Port Huron Times Herald

Enthralled the studentsPort Huron Times Herald

Homespun melody honors ex-captives”, Port Huron Times Herald

Featured in Port Huron Times Herald columnist John Brown's "Brownies People" (both editions).

Produced and directed various events which include name stars, local acts and celebrities at many venues locally and state wide

Organized various concerts and fundraisers for indoor and outdoor venues

Produced and directed television and radio commercials

Produced and MC’d the Michigan Association of Fairs and Exhibitions Talent Showcase in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Supervised promotional work and ad campaigns, contracted and supervised independent contractors for various effects.

Contracted light and sound companies for various productions.  

Worked with numerous talent agencies and personal managers in procuring and producing top named talent.

Accepted invitation to create and implement a lecture series entitled "The Psychological Techniques of Audience Control" for  St. Clair County Community College’s experimental professional music program.

TourAmeriCaravan, Inc., a non profit musical bi-centennial project.  Planned and executed all phases of organization.  Applied for and recieved Federal funding (CETA) for employees.  Supervised all programs including music & script, publicity, office staff,  correspondence, contribution, sponsorship, stage production and volunteer organization of approximately 20.  " BEST IDEA YET FOR BICENTENNIAL ",  Port Huron Times Herald, Port Huron, MI

BridgeWater Music Festival, an Annual Labor Day concert.   Over a ten year period, an average of 20 to 25 variety acts appeared on the BridgeWater Stage. This opportunity for artists to show-case their numerous talents gathered wide support with business funding and enthusiastic community response.  Family oriented audiences devoted rapt attention to the accomplished “stars”.  Today, in the lobby of the Port Huron Times Herald, there is only one picture on their history wall which captures the musical spirit of the BlueWater Area.  That same photo is also featured in a published volume,. It is available in stores and libraries.



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