Pam Kragt has lived in the Omaha area for 27 years. She grew up on a northwest Iowa dairy farm – yes, she is the farmer’s daughter. That is where she caught the bug for singing and acting at the age of eight. “Entertainment is just part of me,” Pam says. “I love to encourage people to enjoy each chapter in their life. We need to cherish each day!” Pam has enjoyed performing stand-up comedy as the wise matronly “Grace Fully”, was a member of the Omaha based WWII singing group The AVI8ORS, she is a professional floral designer, soloist, pianist, and a mother of two great kids, Nikki and Matt. Pam has been married to her high school sweetheart, Jon, for 31 years. Pam is now performing all throughout Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and Iowa as a solo act and also contracts to bring her music to our seniors through the non-profit organization, The Merrymakers. “There is nothing I enjoy more than sharing a song and a memory with new friends and seeing the smile on their face… it’s priceless.”
Diane Thomas began her singing career at the age of ten. She and her twin sister Karen began singing at county fairs and local churches, and continued on into their college years. They ultimately landed in Nashville after signing a recording contract as Double Image. In 2006, she became a member of the Omaha based WWII singing group, The AVI8ORS. Diane was also an elementary school teacher for 27 years. Now, recently semi-retired from teaching, Diane now resides in Colorado Springs. She keeps busy singing professionally on her own on the Front Range and with Pam at special engagements across the west and midwest. She spent over 10 years serving on the board of Community 360 in Omaha. Diane has been married to her husband John for 10 years.