Peggy is a top-notch musician and vocal coach. In just one session there was quite a noticeable improvement to my voice! She gave me the proper tools and practice techniques to help with vocal wear, breath control, range and phrasing! She is extremely patient and knows how to teach professionals needing to keep a healthy voice a midst our hectic schedules! Thank you Peggy! Joe Gransden – Jazz Artist (Trumpet and Vocals) – www.JoeGransden.com Thank you Peggy for helping me. It was so much easier tracking vocals on my new record. My pitch was so much better and everything sounds natural in and in tune. Thank you so much. Tuk Smith – Solo Artist former lead singer of The Biters I have grown up in the music industry since the late eighties which has provided me endless experiences with professionals within the field. Can count on one hand the individuals that have caught my enduring attention because of their talent, work ethic and commitment to excellence. Peggy is one of those rare individuals. She has worked closely with artists that I produce and manage. She has the innate ability to tap into the artist’s psyche and bring out the […] Read more!
Edith Ivey began her career in New York where she widely worked on radio soap operas, such as The Guiding Light,Whispering Streets, and Our Gal Sunday. Many of these performances were live, Edith’s favorite type or work. Read more!
Joelle is an all-encompassing multi-talented 14 year old British recording artist from London, who was discovered by MTV Networks in L.A. during the fall of 2011 during her first ever trip to America, thereafter being signed for development to indie label Funkasm Records in association with Camboso Urban Music. Read more!
Finale: Where Peggy Still Johnson, Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T-Bone Burnett Meet By Scott Yoho7. November 2012 06:52 Peggy Still Johnson is an accomplished performer (piano and vocal), composer, arranger, educator, and more. Reading the accomplishments on her website bio is alternately inspiring, humbling, and dizzying in its diversity. She’s performed in Vegas, written choral and instrumental pieces for the dedication of the Mormon Temple in Atlanta, and has been active in the film world as a composer, music supervisor, casting agent, and coach (including work as a piano coach on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button). Simultaneously with all of the above, she launched three Peggy Still-branded music schools which she sold last year (and which continue to prosper). It’s at this point of her story where we began our interview. Peggy: So we sold the business last year. Right around the same time, I got called to work on the Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, which was written by Stephen King, with music by John Mellencamp, and T-Bone Burnett as the music director. I was hired to create the scores by transcribing them off of audio files. SY: So you did the transcription by listening to the recordings, and creating the notation in Finale. […] Read more!