- Cecilia Colucci
After attending Berklee College of Music, Cecilia went on the road with the pop group Spectrum.
Shortly after returning to Boston, her dynamic vocals and remarkable versatility won her a place in the studios.
Today, Cecilia is the most recorded singer in town with hundreds of jingles, commercials, and records to her credit.
Recent jingles include McDonald’s (National), Tri-State Mega Bucks, Purity-Heartland, Filene’s, Lechmere Sales, Stop and Shop,
Shaw’s Supermarket, Baybanks, New England Telephone, Special Olympics, Garelick Farms Milk, Almac’s, Christy’s, Cumberland Farms,
ABC After School Playbreak, and New York Telephone – to name just a few.
Cecilia’s electrifying vocals were featured on The Dick Tracy Movie Soundtrack and CD.
For 10 years Cecilia was the featured vocalist with the popular Ed Peters Orchestra. She left Ed Peters in 1994,
to create Stardust with partner Keith Kostick.Charles Clark
Lead Vocals, KeyboardsCharles ClarkLead Vocals, Keyboards
Charles, originally from Charlotte NC, is our newest member and has most recently returned home from years of international touring with his award-winning group Hawk Eye. After taking time off to study at the New England Conservatory Of Music, he re-formed the group and toured extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Far East. You may remember the band’s Top 20 Billboard hit, All Systems Go. Charles has also performed with Earth, Wind & Fire, The Blue Notes, The Commodores, and The O’Jays to name a few. His unique dance style, experience, and dynamic personality combined with his exceptional vocal talents have taken Stardust right through the roof! Charles is currently the president of his own Music Production Company, C.L.C. Productions,
and a consultant at S.A.R. Records in New York City. He produces CDs, commercials, and television appearances.Keith Kostick
Trumpet, Flugelhorn, VocalsKeith KostickTrumpet, Flugelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet, Vocals
Originally from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Keith came to Boston on a scholarship to Berklee College of Music where he received a BM in performance.
Keith traveled extensively throughout the world for two decades with various bands and has recorded with Polygram and CBS Records. Road experience includes First Trumpet / Road Manager / Featured Soloist withThe Artie Shaw Orchestra; First Trumpet / Featured Soloist with The Woody Herman, Buddy Rich, Tommy Dorsey, and Xavier Cugat Orchestras. He has also traveled and performed with the bands of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Mel Tormé, Rosemary Clooney, Natalie Cole, Vic Damone, Diane Carol, Aretha Franklin, J. Geils Band, The Temptations, Tom Jones, Todd Rundgren, and many others.
Keith currently lives in the Boston area where he maintains a busy schedule freelancing in Boston’s studios and theaters, as well as doing commercial recordings, arranging, and writing. Keith currently performs with and manages The Stardust Band and the Keith Kostick jazz quartet. In addition to teaching privately, Keith holds the Professor of Trumpet position at Northeastern University in Boston.The BandAdam Feldman hails from Long Island, N.Y., and is a graduate of Berklee College of Music. He has called Boston home for the last 20 years, and has performed and arranged for numerous jazz & rock bands in the area. Adam was the pianist in Boston’s hit musical A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline at the Charles Playhouse, and has since gone on to direct the opening of the show in St. Louis. He also records jingles, writes, and produces scores for educational projects. Adam was with the band Paradise with Mary Hanson, before joining Stardust.Lionel Girardeau comes from Bordeaux, France and has been a multicultural bassist phenomenon in the Boston area for the past 14 years. One year before graduating from Berklee College of Music in 1988, he was nominated for a Grammy at the 30th Grammy Awards in New York City for his performance with the Salsa band, Caribbean Express. Lionel has performed with some of America’s greatest Jazz, Latin, Blues and Pop stars such as: Johnny Adams, Vinx, Danilo Perez, Alan Dawson, Bob Moses, Claudio Roditi, Tiger Okoshi, and Bobby Thomas Jr. to name a few. He has recorded extensively with Electra and A & M Records and has appeared at numerous international jazz festivals bothBrian Locher Brian has been playing guitar professionally for over 25 years, and has toured extensively throughout the US and abroad. He studied at the prestigious Guitar Institute Of Technology in Hollywood, California at the Age of 17, where he graduated with honors. Brian then went on to teach at the Wisconsin Conservatory while continuing to study Jazz Performance at the University of Wisconsin. During this time he was featured in Guitar Player Magazine and toured with his band Problem Child. After continuing his music studies at Indiana University, BrianÕs new band Manic Planet was signed to a record deal, which took him on the road until coming to Boston. Brian studied vocals with the renowned Mark Baxter who has coached Steven Tyler, Scott Weiland (STP/Velvet Revolver) and John Rzeznik (Goo Goo Dolls) to name a few. After finally settling in Boston, Brian established the popular band Brick Park that still exists today. Brian now free-lances and teaches in the New England area, and is the newest member of The Stardust Band, having been with the band for three years.Michael Powers, originally from the Boston area, studied with jazz great Alan Dawson before enrolling at Berklee College Of Music where he graduated in 1991. Throughout his career, Michael has performed in a variety of Jazz, Funk, R & B and Rock bands as well as numerous theater productions including: Party of One and Groucho: A Life In Review at Boston’s Theater Lobby. For 6 years Michael was the drummer and featured vocalist of the band Horizon before joining Stardust in 1996. In addition to performing with Stardust, Michael manages his own teaching practice and is lead vocalist for the popular recording group Suntower.Bill Vint, Originally from Tucson Arizona, Bill came east to attend Berklee College of Music. After graduating from Berklee, Bill went on to play with many of our contemporary stars including: John Faddis, Bobby Caldwell, Pat Metheny, Joe Zawinul, John Abercrombie and Toshiko Akiyoshi – to name a few. Bill has performed at the Nice Jazz festival, Jazz a ‘Toulon festival, The Japanese Phoenix Jazz festival, The North Sea Jazz festival, as well as the Monterey Jazz festival, and has recorded with Jim Kelly and Mike Stern (of the Miles Davis group). On the Big Band front he has toured with The Artie Shaw and Jimmy Dorsey Orchestras and appeared with the prestigious Thelonious Monk Ensemble in CaliforniaSTARDUST
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