Jannelle Means

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Jannelle Means, originally from Chattanooga, Tn, now residing in Nashville, TN, is the female vocalist for the After 5 Tux Band. She is also a vocalist in many cover bands, and has sat in with other popular bands in the Nashville and surrounding areas. Ms. Means is a singer for music in various genres.  She has been the worship leader at a church in Goodlettsville, TN. She participates in recording sessions for several artists and musicians. She continues to perform with cover bands at several events. She enjoyed the opportunity of doing background vocals for country artist Sara Evans on two of her recordings from her album A Fine Place to Start. In 2013, she performed in a tribute show for Etta James, and in 2014, a tribute show for Chaka Khan. She continues to volunteer at the Tennessee Prison for Women and Music for Seniors, a non-profit organization that entertains older adults at community and senior centers. Jannelle Means currently has a single out on ITunes, Amazon Music, as well as other media players and online broadcasters. She is currently working to release more music, produce other artists and help to arrange songs for artists.

 

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Education

 
 

2017 - PRESENT (2021)

SAYBROOK UNIVERSITY - Oakland, CA

Doctor of Philosophy, Creativity Studies Specialization

 

2006 - 2010

ARGOSY UNIVERSITY - Nashville, TN

Masters of Arts in Professional counseling

 

1996 - 2000

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY - Murfreesboro, TN 

MAJOR IN Radio-TELEVISION BROADCASTING. MINOR IN SOCIOLOGY AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES