Ms. Brejoya "Angelic" Perry
Voice, Beginning Piano
Brejoya is a native of Daytona Beach, FL. She began singing before the age of five at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church and Westside Elementary. She was in the church youth choir and choruses at Holly Hill Middle and Mainland High Schools. At Mainland she was the soprano section leader and won SUPERIOR ratings on the district and state levels for Vocal solos. She began training her voice in 9th grade under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Giffen and later with Mrs. Constance Poitier.
Brejoya was recruited to Brewton Parker College in Mt Vernon, GA by Stetson University's former world renown voice teacher, Dr. Kandie Kearley-Smith. While there she studied Church Music with a concentration in voice. Along with starting her own business as a voice teacher, she was the assistant choir director for her college's Concert Choir as well as the Minister of Music at Harvest Time Faith Center in Vidalia, GA.
Brejoya was the first church music major to graduate from Brewton Parker College. She continued to teach privately upon graduation and became the Director of Choral activities in 2011 at Deltona High School. She was named the First Year Teacher of the Year for Volusia County Schools. Her choir has performed in the community and earned EXCELLENT ratings at district competitions.
On a personal note, Brejoya is the mother of two beautiful daughters G'Lia and Joyelle. Outside of God, they are her driving reason for why she strives to live out her passion and purpose in life.
Meet the Team
Gary got his first taste of real country living in the small town of Halifax, VA, where he joined his first band and graduated High School in 1978. Two days after he graduated he joined a rock band in Greensboro, NC which was short lived. He then moved to Raleigh, NC and joined a country band by the name of Ambush. He played full-time on the Nashville circuit for 6 years and the band backed up such artists as John Anderson, Johnny Russell, Vern Gosdin, Lee Greenwood, Eddie Rabbit, Ricky Scaggs, Vince Gill, The Kendalls, and Lacy J. Dalton, among others. In 1984, he played on stage with Willie Nelson when he walked into a New York City night club Ambush was playing and asked to join in! What a great night!!
Gary also had a two year stint as a studio drummer in Muscle Shoals, Alabama cutting demo records for artists such as Vern Gosdin and Waylon Jennings. He later worked in countless other bands playing rock and other genres, while working his way through college and graduate school.
Since joining the corporate world in 1995, he has played part-time. One of the most enjoyable and musically enlightening projects Gary has worked on was a Grateful Dead cover band named Crazy Otto in Orlando, FL. Gary is a rock solid drummer who knows how to fill in tastefully, giving the band a clean yet driving sound.
Gary also has teaching experience. He focuses on teaching the art of self-discipline via fundamental sticking technique, rudiments, and kit basics. He has also taught introduction to country, classic rock and blues.
Guitar, Ukulele Instructor
Kimberley Jace is a local writer, artist and musician who moved to Florida from the Chicago area in 2002 to accept an editor post at the Daytona Beach News-Journal. For the past ten years, she has worked as a book editor for both fiction and non-fiction titles for small publishing houses.
She holds a current Florida license in Occupational Therapy Assisting and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Supervision from Daytona State College.
Kim is a certified Grumbacher Fine Arts Instructor specializing in acrylic painting and is a guitarist and pianist who has performed with instrumental and vocal groups for more than twenty years.
In her free time, she volunteers as a reading coach and enjoys the beach and her pet parrots.