THE JENNELL EVE BAND
With a big sound and a set list to match, the Jennell Eve Band is a musical force, based out of Jupiter FL. Playing all the hits from Motown, Dance, Pop, Rock and new hits. With over 10 years of experience as the soundtrack to weddings and corporate functions, the Jennell Eve Band is available to perform at any event, small to large , corporate, private or public venues.
meet the band
Jennell Eve had her solo debut at the age of 9. She grew up singing the church choir as a toddler, where she began to sing and mimic the choir director while waiting for her older brother at choir practice. She would sing so loud in the pews, they finally let her join, despite being under the age limit. From that point on, music has shaped who Jennell is today. Throughout her childhood, she was active in numerous musical theatre productions, with leading and supporting roles. Throughout high school, Jennell performed at countless county fairs all along the east coast of Florida. In 2009, Jennell was a contestant in season 9 of American Idol. She then received a full music scholarship at Indian River State College, where Jennell studied jazz vocal performance and musical therapy, and traveled with the Company Singers. After graduating from college, Jennell has been very active in the music scene. A full time musician, Jennell is living her passion and it shows.
Jennell Eve (Vocals)
Toni Williams (Guitar)
Toni Leigh Williams is a vocalist/guitarist from Vero Beach, Florida. Her love for music began at a very young age when she received her first guitar at the age of seven. She studied voice under the direction of Lupe Landin of Juilliard and, based out of Nashville, began touring throughout the country at the age of 22. From Miami to Montana and up and down the East Coast Toni has played various styles ranging from classical to country to rock and all those in between.
She has had the privilege of working with up-and-coming singer/songwriters accompanying their original music from venues in South Florida to major festivals throughout the East Coast sharing the bill with such artists as Melissa Etheridge, Travis Tritt, Kelsey Ballarini, Sarah McLachlan, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Diamond Rio and many others
Michael Paparo (Bass)
Michael Paparo is a multi-instrumentalist, who started playing bass guitar at 13 years old. He is well known for the upright bass, acoustic and electric guitar, piano and drums. Originally from New York, he relocated to south Florida in 1999. He is one of the founding members of Big Vince and the
Phat Cats, one of the original house bands at BB Kings in West Palm Beach Florida. He has shared the stage numerous big names such as The Doobie Brothers, Melissa Etheridge, Grand Funk Railroad, Hootie and the Blow Fish, The Coasters, Clarence Clemons and a host of others. Michael is also a certified luthier (instrument building and repair). His styles are diverse from funk to country, blues, rock and Jazz.
Euvoski "Muff" Cunningham (Drums)
Euvoski Cunningham has been playing drums since the tender age of 5. As a child, he started out playing in his grandfather’s church in the South Florida town of Pahokee. His reputation rapidly grew as he became known for his undeniable and natural skills to learn many different styles of music by ear.
Also known as Muff, a nickname endearingly given to him by his grandmother, he has worked and toured throughout the United States with many musical acts and bands such as the Ethan Parker Band, The Original Blues Brothers, Big Rock Band and as musical director at the City Place BB Kings Blues Club (for 3 ½ years). In a span of over 20 years, Muff has gained extensive experience playing the drums in an array of musical genres that span from rock, jazz, R&B, blues, folk, contemporary and gospel. He currently resides in West Palm Beach, FL as he continues to work and tour.
“Music has always been a strong part of my life and is connected to my roots. Playing the drums is my escape… it has transformed me and I couldn’t see myself doing anything else.” – Euvoski “Muff” Cunningham