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Nick plans to soon release his debut solo CD, which will feature works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Benjamin Britten, Fernando Sor, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and Andrew York.
Nick currently serves on the faculty at Central Connecticut State University and Manchester Community College’s Credit-Free Programs, and also provides master classes and clinics to public school music progdrams.
He currently plays with “Neal and the Vipers.” He also co-founded “Howell ‘n’ Hopkins” with his wife, Angela.
Ryan Manning (drums) is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and drummer, who learned piano and wrote his own compositions at a young age.
He has two new books of poetry forthcoming: ign (Chicago, IL: Virtual Artists Collective, 2012). from Bennington College, and taught composition and literature at Westfield State University.
Jonas Zdanys, a bilingual poet and translator, is the author of 45 books, 41 of them collections of poetry, written in both English and in Lithuanian, and of translations from the Lithuanian.
He is an original member of “The Tonecats,” along with bassist Scott Hopkins, and plays regularly at Foxwoods’ Atrium Lounge with the band, “Souls on Fire.” Sean Manning (guitar) began his music career early with his debut at the House of Blues in Boston at the age of 14. His virtuosity and improvisational skills epitomized the term, “full scale.’ Scott Hopkins (vocals and bass) has been a constant on the New England music scene since first performing at the age of 17.
Still in his 20s, he founded his own R&B band, “The Tonecats,” and was lead singer for the Rick Harrington Band for many years.
He has taught at the State University of New York and at Yale University, where he also held a number of administrative positions and was a Scholar-in-Residence at the Yale Center for Russian and East European Studies. Connecticut Center for the Book at the Connecticut Humanities Council awarded her with a planning grant for a high school writing program that she designed.
After serving for more than a decade as the State of Connecticut’s Chief Academic Officer, he is now Professor of English and Poet-in-Residence at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT, where he teaches seminars on modern poetry and directs the program in creative writing. Currently, she is at work on a second collection of poems and a narrative nonfiction book.