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Monica Ramey

Monica is a native of Francesville, one of Indiana’s smallest towns. The youngest of three children, her father is a retired farmer and mother, a retired music teacher. As a child, Monica would sing and dance on stage with her mother’s high school show choir. At the age of 3, she stood on the grand piano at the school’s cabaret and performed Tomorrow from the musical, Annie. Thereafter, Monica went on to perform across the state in festivals, contests, private engagements and the Indiana State Fair. By the age of 11, she had become well known in Indiana after starring in several local and professional productions of the Broadway musical "Annie." As a teenager, she studied at the Los Angeles County High School of the Arts. In 1995, Monica was selected to become a member of the GRAMMY National All American High School Jazz Band and Choir. This break would become one of the most important opportunities in Monica’s life. While being one of 12 selected nationally for the choir, Monica had little jazz experience. While performing with some of the music industry’s finest, she discovered the impact of jazz music in her own life and in our society. The responsibility all performers have to its preservation and authenticity left a profound and lasting impact on her. While attending Indiana State University, Monica studied Music Performance and was a member of the ISU Jazz Singers. She became a favorite singer among many faculty members and even the President of the university. This

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