He now resides in Spring Hope, NC where he enjoys spending time with his two daughters, Erika and Jamie. His most recent job in his 30 year music career, before his partnership with Tony Davis here at the Jubilee, was with the Eddie Miles Theatre in Myrtle Beach, SC where he played guitar and served as Music Director of Eddie’s tribute to Elvis show. Spook especially enjoys song writing and some of his compilations have been published in Nashville. He has arranged music and performed through-out the country with a list of award winning bands that include the Kruze band, McArthur Park, Breeze Band, Windy City, The House Cats, Shiloh Lane and Runner, who was the 1986 national winner of the True Value Country Show Down. This group also appeared on Ralph Emory’s: Nashville Now. Spook has appeared on stage with some of Country Music’s greatest, such as Vince Gill, Steve Wariner, Exile, Vern Gosdin, Kentucky HeadHunters, Kathy Mattea and Asleep At The Wheel. He also finds himself at home in the recording studio, where he produces and arranges projects for many different artists. Under his direction, Rudy Theatre Productions is becoming more diverse in the fact that his recording studio “Vision Sound” offers the field of recording to those seeking a good quality product and production. When Spook finds time for himself, he enjoys hunting and playing golf. When asked about his love for the music business, Spook responds with no hesitation, “I’m thankful to God for the ability and opportunity that he has given me to make a living in this wonderful thing called the “MUSIC BUSINESS”.
Born and raised in Mt. Airy, NC, Angela Goins Resignalo has been singing since age 2. Angela grew up singing gospel music with her family, "The Goins Family". She also traveled with the groups, "Zion" and "Undivided". Voted "Most Talented" in her senior class, she went on to Emmanuel College on a singing scholarship. She traveled all over the East Coast with the "Emmanuel Singers". She graduated with an Associates of Arts Degree. She also graduated from Cosmetology school in 2004. She is a hair stylist at Pure Salon in Garner, NC. She currently lives in Clayton, NC. Angela is married to her husband Joshua Resignalo and they have two amazing children, Caleb and Shaelyn. She says, "It has always been a dream of mine to be part of a show and I thank God for allowing me to be part of the family here at the "American Music Jubilee".
Stephanie Rae Wiggins
Mickey Nines (Homer)
The American Music Jubilee is proud to announce that Mickey Nines is performing for the 2017-2018 show season as our comedian. Mickey’s love for entertaining started at the age of 6 performing in front of an audience singing Elvis Presley songs in Wilson County. His love for entertaining continued through his high school years where he started his own group and performed at his own junior/senior prom. After his high school years and service in the military, he formed a Gospel group known as Born Again and went on the road. While in Gospel music, he wrote numerous songs, as well as, recorded a full-page album with Wind- Chime Recording Studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Mickey has opened for stars like Jerry Reed, Clarence Carter and others. He was also lead vocalist for “Shiloh Lane”. After living in Texas for a brief time, Mickey relocated back to North Carolina, where he was introduced to the American Music Jubilee and there his passion for entertaining continues. In his own words, “Through the good clean entertainment, encouragement and support of the cast and crew, I am truly blessed to be a part of this family.”
The American Music Jubilee is pleased to have Jerry as part of their stage band team and has been a cast member since 1998. He and his wife Pat reside in Fayetteville, NC. They have two very talented daughters and four beautiful granddaughters. Jerry’s music career began in high school. His dad helped him find a few chords on the guitar and from there Jerry taught himself. His skill ranges from lead guitar to rhythm, bass and of course pedal steel, on which he is, featured in the Jubilee shows. During his high school years he played in various pop and dinner music bands until going into the U.S. Navy. After his time of duty he became very involved in playing guitar and singing gospel music for several years. During his free time Jerry enjoys spending quality time with his family and being involved with his church. He enjoys baseball, boxing and listening to all kinds of guitar music for new guitar licks. When asked about his work with the Jubilee, Jerry said, “I really enjoy working with the Jubilee gang! We are like family and really work hard at producing a quality show for our audiences. It requires a lot of commitment from everyone but all the fun we have doing this is well worth the effort.”
Christy Ward Pita
Back to the stage after an 13 year absence, Christy was one of the original cast members of the American Music Jubilee. She is a native of North Carolina, born in Plymouth, NC. Christy now makes her home in Raleigh, NC with her husband Jim and their children Brice and Brody. Her hobbies include jogging and water sports. Christy’s addition to the Jubilee cast adds yet another dimension to the harmonies as she lights up the stage with her beautiful presence. Everyone enjoys her solo features and are swept away by her delightful personality and showmanship.
This delightful daughter of a minister never forgets that her talent is a gift from God. She has enjoyed sharing her talent since the very young age of 3 and began singing harmony with her parents at the age of five. Christy is grateful to have the opportunity to return to the stage and once again to be a part of The American Music Jubilee Family.
Phil started singing with his mom and brother and at age 6, but he didn't show any interest in piano until he was 16. "I went to hear a jazz trio in Raleigh, NC and it was over, I was forever hooked," he said. He studied at Wingate College and Barton, graduating with a B.A. in Music Performance.
Born and raised in Eastern NC, Jasper David presides in the Kinston area. He grew up listening to his Mother’s country records and cassette tapes which sparked his interest in music. Jasper began singing at the age of 4 years old. He enjoys singing in church. Jasper feels so blessed to have vocal talents and looks forward to learning more about music while singing for the American Music Jubilee.
Jasper is married to Natasha. He has two sons, Adam who has his father’s love for music and Jace who loves trains. Jasper is the primary caregiver for his disabled mother.
Alan Foster is a native of North Carolina and now resides in Fuquay-Varina. After serving four years in the U.S. Air Force, he has worked in the public safety and healthcare industry for over 35 years. He developed a deep passion for music when he began playing drums at the age of 10. Alan has studied with some of the best local drummers as well as a few of the top drummers in Nashville, TN. Alan’s musical roots are deep into gospel and classic rock. He has played with several area bands and continues to drum for his church orchestra. Alan is thrilled to be playing with the band of the American Music Jubilee. He will tell you that the cast, musicians, and all of the crew at The Rudy are wonderful, professional folks who all share a strong work ethic and passion for good, well-performed music. “This team is some of the most talented and dedicated folks I’ve ever had the pleasure to work beside.” Alan gives thanks to God for giving him the talent and providing him the opportunity to perform with The American Music Jubilee. He especially thanks his wife Carol for supporting and encouraging his musical endeavors.
Fred was born in Fayetteville, NC and now calls Lillington, NC home with his wife Michelle and their two dogs Ruby and Shadow. He has been involved in music since a very young age and can not remember when he was not involved in music. His family traveled and sang southern gospel music and recently retired after more than 30 years. At the age of 14 Fred decided he wanted to play bass guitar after buying Alabama's Mountain Music album. Instruments were readily available at the Burgess household so he pulled out a bass guitar and taught himself how to play. He played on a full time basis for a southern gospel family group called The Ruppes (now Sisters) right after high school and later played for the Dixie Melody Boys. Fred states his inspiration in music is his parents. When he's not playing, he enjoys hunting, fishing and restoring his 1957 Chevrolete Belair. Fred is enjoying being a part of the American Music Jubilee. "Everyone here treats you so well. It's like being around family. There is so much talent in this theater and working with singers and musicians of this caliber is a God sent. I am humbled to be a part of this family and plan on sticking around for a good long time."