Beverly Daugherty - Beverly was destined to be a singer/songwriter/performer from the early age of 10 when she formed her first all-girl band, Unauthorized Personnel, to perform at the local school talent show. Even though her band came in 2nd behind an all boy band (they had a drum set!) she would not be discouraged. Through her teen years she continued singing and playing guitar for anyone who would listen. She studied voice and guitar privately and worked in many different types of bands. At the age of 15 she had a 'spiritual experience' and only sang 'Jesus' hippie music' until coming to her senses sometime in her twenties when she found the New Thought Movement. After many failed attempts to be a 'rock star' in Los Angeles, she moved further north to Seattle to start life anew and find out the real meaning of life for herself. As she continued to sing and perform for the local New Thought churches, she realized that her gift was singing and creating music that was inspirational and spiritual. With Rob Cook accompanying her on piano, she recorded and released her first CD, 'Sunday Best' in 1999, which consisted of songs that were her favorites. Another one of her gifts is the ability to produce a wide array of events and musical projects. One such project was InSpirit 2000. This musical extravaganza took place on New Years' eve 2000. It consisted of a 100-voice gospel choir, the New Millennium Mass Choir. Beverly currently performs as a solo act; as the mistress of glib, Rev. Bev; and with Garnett Hundley, with whom she conceived, wrote, recorded and produced the CD project, 'Live Flat Out' which is also available on cdbaby.com.