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Storm Of The Century Music
Atlantic Beach, Florida
Phone: (904) 614-5097

Real Music, Real Musicians, Real Instruments

Here are just a few of our talented musical partners.

Denny Leroux

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Storm of the Century Music president Denny Leroux's career experience has included sharing the stage with performers such as  Aretha Franklin, Frank Sinatra, Wilson Pickett, Whitney Houston, Bill Murray and Bo Diddley, to name a few. His stints as a young performer with the New York society orchestras of Lester Lanin and Peter Duchin as well as club dates from Soho to Harlem provided a unique musical  education.  His move into studio production has generated a wide-ranging catalog of many types of music: show tunes, big band, holiday songs, society sounds, Dixieland, Latin, jazz, country, blues, classic rock and indie singer-songwriter tracks.

Judith Leroux 

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Judith Leroux,  co-owner of Storm of the Century Music, Inc., is a songwriter (ASCAP) whose lyrics and melodies have been heard on CBS -TV, TBS,  HBO Pictures, the SyFy Channel, the CW,  Fox Broadcasting, Showtime,  Starz Network, on Disney Records and in feature film.

Michelle Amato

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Michelle Amato is a dynamic vocalist whose abilities to convey the deep passion of a lyric as well as soar effortlessly keep her constantly in demand as both a performer and a studio artist. She has performed and recorded with artists such as  Liza Minnelli, Al Green, Jon Secada, Donna Summer, Michael McDonald, Celia Cruz, Rita Marley and world renowned composer Yanni. Her solo work can be heard on his “Ethnicity” cd and “Yanni Live” DVD. Michelle recorded the title cut on Dirty Martini’s debut CD, “Save Your Love For Me, and her own debut CD “I’m All Smiles.”

She performs at music festivals throughout the country and has been a featured soloist with the Orlando Philharmonic, Memphis Symphony, South Florida Symphony, Baton Rouge Symphony,  and Florida West Coast Symphony. She is currently the featured female vocalist in the Orlando production of the Cirque de Soleil.  Learn more about her at

Terry Campbell

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Singer and songwriter Terry Campbell,  born into a musical family in the hills of north Alabama, was given a guitar at the age of seven by his father and has been playing, singing and writing songs ever since. His professional musical career began at the age of 14, playing electric bass and singing in the family band, honing his craft at festivals and small shows throughout the south. After graduation from the family music academy, he landed a position in the innovative bluegrass group, the Front Porch String Band, and toured with them throughout the country.  His extensive knowledge of bluegrass, country and roots music is reflected in his exceptional songwriting, singing and guitar playing skills.

Through his production partnership with Storm of the Century Music, Terry's original songs and signature complex vocal harmonies have been heard on such TV shows as "Without a Trace," "Cold Case," "NCIS,", "Miracles," "King of the Hill,"  in Showtime's "Just a Dream" and the feature film "Virginia's Run" starring Gabriel Byrne.

Mack Evans

mack blank Singer/songwriter/blues scholar Dr. Mack Evans is a frequent Storm Music collaborator. A true storyteller, his deepest of the deep voice, dark and funny lyrics, and impressive Dobro playing can be heard on his 2007 debut album “Lowdown”  and his second release “Pawn Shop Guitar” as well on many Americana and blues tracks on the Storm Music website. "My Big Mama" as well as many other of Mack's unique performances are featured on Pandora and XM Radio stations  Both CD's are available on the Storm of the Century Music store site as well as for download on ITunes and CD Learn more about Mack at

Jeff Ganz

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Bassist Jeff Ganz’s resume reads like a who's who of popular American music. He has performed on television, in concert and on CD for such artists as Liza Minnelli, Rita Moreno, Howard Levy, Melanie, Al Cohn, Johnnie Johnson, The Village People, Billie Joe Royal, Marvin Hamlisch, Kenwood Dennard and Ben Vereen and many others.

 While building a thirty-plus year reputation as a first-call bassist, Jeff has lent his talent to movie soundtracks, Broadway musicals, national television commercials, and Grammy nominated recordings. 

He has toured with legends such as Lou Reed, Tito Puente, Chuck Berry, Roy Buchanan, Laurie Anderson, Dr. John, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Dukes, Joe Morello, Larry Coryell, Johnny Winter, and John Lee Hooker. In addition to drums and traditional upright bass, he is also a master of fretted and fretless 4, 5, 8 and 12-string electric bass and piccolo bass guitar.

Goliath Flores

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Musician, vocalist and composer Goliath Flores’ talents cover a broad spectrum of instruments and world styles.  Though well known for his classical guitar playing, he is also proficient on drums, piano, percussion, clarinet, and accordion as well as ethnic instruments such as duduk, oud, riq drum, daf drum, and nay flutes. Born and raised in Los Angeles, he worked as an assistant with various studio producers before moving to Texas to major in music and study with world renowned guitarist Christopher McGuire. He moved to Florida to further his music studies and teach guitar, piano and percussion.

In addition to a busy calendar of public and private performances and studio recording, Goliath has worked for several years with the non-profit group Body and Soul, which provides live music performances to hospital and hospice patients.  Learn more about Goliath at, where you can purchase his album of original music on which he plays every instrument.

Francisco “Chico” Lobos

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Guitarist and composer Francisco “Chico” Lobos was born in Guatemala and started  learning music at the age of 6.  It has been his heart and soul ever since.  He is one of the area’s top lead guitarists, whether performing passionate Spanish  guitar, rapid-fire Flamenco leads , or fiery electric guitar. Lobos has toured throughout Mexico with Alan Parson’s Ensemble and several other Latin groups. As an ASCAP affiliated composer,  he is also working on television and film soundtracks and other studio projects with Storm of the Century Music producer Denny Leroux.

Scott Staton

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Stoopid Daddy Records founder and multi media artist Scott Staton has been involved in the New York music, art and animation scene since the 1970's. He performed and toured with Denny Leroux and the Peter Duchin Orchestra for 17 years and  performed with artists such as Danny Kalb of the Blues Project, Charlie Musselwhite, Roomfull of Blues and T.S. Monk and opened for The Pointer Sisters, George Benson and Bo Diddley. His soundtrack compositions include music for the feature film, “The Compleat Beatles” and the Weston Woods short animated film “The Caterpillar and the Polliwog.”

He has designed sound for Sesame Street episodes and composed and played keyboards for the live action CBS TV show "Felix The Cat." When not playing or composing music, he has designed cover art for numerous CD's and created the animated short film “The Dead Battery on the L.I.E”  which appeared on the HBO and SHOWTIME networks.  Learn more about Scott at

Larry Alexander

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Larry Alexander is an engineer/producer who began his career at 914 Studios recording such superstars as Bruce Springsteen and Janis Ian (for which he won a Grammy for Best Engineered Recording.) After lengthy employment as a staff engineer at Power Station Studios, Larry began to freelance and has worked extensively in the U.S. and abroad recording music for albums, film, television and advertising.  He is one of a handful of engineer/producers with expertise in almost all forms and styles of music.

A small sampling from his long list of credits range from albums for Diana Ross, Foreigner, Liza Minnellii and Paul McCartney to film and TV work for CBS, Discovery, ESPN, Lifetime and Showtime Channels, to film scores for feature films “The Sum of All Fears,” “Pokemon-The Power of One,” and “9 1/2 Weeks.” Learn more about Larry at

Laura Theodore

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Laura Theodore is a compelling, vivid, and versatile artist who blows critics away with her incredible vocal range. New York Daily News columnist Liz Smith perhaps said it best: “Her fans seem to think she is Streisand, Joplin, Lee, and Midler combined." Laura has recorded five critically acclaimed jazz and blues CDs. Her debut disc, "Tonight’s The Night," garnered a Musicians Magazine BUBS Award.  "What Is This Thing Called Jazz?"  and "Live at Vartan Jazz" followed.  She has starred in countless theatrical productions and toured the U.S.with her critically acclaimed one woman show "Celebrating the Great Ladies of American Song."

She has headlined at top New York City clubs, including The Bottom Line, Town Hall, Village Gate, China Club, Studio 54, and the Rainbow Room. In addition to many national TV appearances, she has been featured at numerous jazz festivals and events such as Night of 100 Stars, Fire & Ice Ball, and The American Film Awards. She is the title cut vocalist on producer Jim Steinman’s cult classic Original Sin, which has since been covered by artists such as Meatloaf and Taylor Dayne.

Jimmy Maxwell

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Jimmy Maxwell, pianist and New Orleans society bandleader extraordinaire, conducts the music of  Mardi Gras. A former partner of New York bandleader Peter Duchin,  Jimmy and his orchestra perform for debutante balls and charity galas across the U.S. and abroad. He also serves as director of the Louis Armstrong Society, has conducted for Harry Connick Sr. in “A Tribute To Frank Sinatra with The Nelson Riddle Orchestra” and performed for Presidents Reagan, Bush (’41) and Clinton as well as members of the British Royal Family.

Jimmy brings his extensive personal knowledge of New Orleans jazz, Dixieland and Mardi Gras party styles to the Storm Music tracks, from standards to reinterpretations of current tunes. Learn more about Jimmy at

Kenny Levine

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Kenny Levine is a multi-talented keyboardist, vocalist, conductor, arranger, and composer who has been performing for over 36 years.  His education in classical music composition as well as his ability to play numerous instruments provide his clients with a unique perspective that allows him to create and arrange studio production and soundtrack music for them in all styles.  His numerous writing and arranging credits can be heard on various movies, jingles and TV shows.

Kenny is currently based in Jacksonville, Florida, where in addition to his work as a skilled arranger/producer in his own recording studio, and to providing frequent contributions to Storm of the Century Music production tracks, he has also for the last twenty years been the band leader and arranger for the popular variety band “KTG."  Learn more about Kenny Levine at (

Kathy & Dennis Lang

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Kathy and Dennis Lang derive inspiration for their meditative music from their many years of yoga and meditation practice and as well as their extensive travels. They integrate the sound and vibrations of Spanish guitar, Tibetan crystal singing bowls, gong and native american flute into meditative melody and harmonies that sooth the soul and quite the mind. The Langs feel sound and vibration are healing modalities. In addition to their weekly teaching schedule, they lead workshops and retreats in the US and Mexico. Learn more about the Langs at: