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Cres O'Neal
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  • Maryland
  • United States

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Cres' Bio

"The greatest gifts that I've ever received from God are my family, and my ability to communicate through music." Cres O'Neal

Crescentia O'Neal was born in Washington, DC on December 24, 1955. She was introduced to music, at an early age, through her mother, classical vocalist Patricia O'Neal. She would watch, listen, and try to imitate as her mom and accompanist Roberta Flack blended harmonious melodies. Cres has been performing from the age of six when she had the lead in her school musical. Throughout High School you could hear her perform in such musicals as Damned Yankees, Pajama Game, Guys and Dolls, and Flower Drum Song.

After college, Cres left music to buckle down in the real world. She married Muthiah Seralathan, and moved to Buffalo, New York. She became Western Regional Director for the New York Civil Liberties Union. It was while in Buffalo the music bug resurfaced. She became actively involved with several big bands, and played with such artists as Boyd Lee Dunlop, Al Tinney, Art Anderson, and Zaid Alee. She was frequently seen performing at the Colored Musicians Club -- a club that hosted the likes of Count Bassie, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Duke Ellington. She returned to Washington with her husband and two daughters, and over the years she has performed with such artists as David Berger, David Friedman, C.C. Winans, and the Chieftains. She has also been seen in various stage productions, performing with the Washington Performing Arts Society's Men and Women of the Gospel, and throughout New York and Washington, DC. Her professional theatrical credits include: Your Arms Are to Short to Box With God, Working, and Beehive, to name a few. One of the greatest assets to Cres' vocals is her versitility -- she easily moves from one genre to another, from classical to rock. Her Mustand Sally is amazing. Her sound has been compared to Ella, Barbara Streisand, Rosemary Clooney, and Sarah Vaughn.

"She has an unassuming demeanor; yet, her unique vocals are soothing and explosive. Her powerful, captivating voice exudes emotion that draws you into her space." Leonard Hughes, Washington Post

Cres is currently host/producer of the top rated jazz radio talk show, Jazzin Em Up With Cres O'Neal,

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At 6:36pm on June 16, 2009, Moiko Records said…
Thanks for the Love Queen! I was just thinking about you yesterday and wondering how you have been. It' s so nice to hear from you.

I hope all the bad things are moving farther and father away and the good things are drawing nearer to you my Sister. Be blessed.
At 11:10pm on February 8, 2009, Candle Light Jazz said…
I Hope all is well with you my Sister. I could use a song of yours on the Candle Light Jazz Cd. Please get a hold of me soon. I'd Love to have you on it-Peace-Your Brother-Bish
At 9:18pm on January 23, 2009, shiloh said…
welcome to moiko wishin you all the best
At 8:49pm on December 25, 2008, V. WHITE said…
Hello Cres,

I am glad that you can sympathize with the Alzheimer's cause, both of my Grandmothers were stricken with the disease before they passed away and my mother took care of her mother for several years as she coped with the disease. I also currently have an aunt who is suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer's and that's the reason why this is such an important cause to me! Thank you for your support in our mission to raise funds for Alzheimers research and my sincerest condolences to you for your loss due to this unforgiving disease.

At 5:39am on December 24, 2008, Woody Black said…
Hello Cres,

We wish you a Merry Christmas,we wish you a Merry Christmas,

we wish you a Merry Christmas and a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Woody Black and Lady Rock
At 4:03am on December 23, 2008, Crystal Cartier VP said…
Beloved accomplished Sister Queen welcome to the Moiko Family! As our noble Brother Bishop has so astutely suggested we are at your service and welcome your contribution to the It Ain't About Us JAZZ or Blues CD Compilation! LOL Plz upload your Original song as an mp3 to me at Plz include your copyright info & cite whether you are affiliated with BMI or ASCAP and give permission for unrestricted use for this project only to Moiko Records. Artists retain all rights and receive royalties for airplay plus 15% of sales. I look forward to hearing from you. Be Blessed and Merry Christmas. Much Love & Respect, Crystal Cartier, Executive Producer/A&R, Moiko Records
At 3:52am on December 23, 2008, Oilwell Production said…
Much Love From
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At 9:47pm on December 22, 2008, SummerRain said…
Hi Cres, thank you for the invite and I am enjoying your voice. So soothing...! Love your Christmas sound. Looking forward to listening to more. Have a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!
At 8:04pm on December 22, 2008, Bishop Mayfield said…
Bummer my deadline is weds. They actually are calling for the info on what we're doin' as I speak. But for sure if there's a way to get you on I'll do my best. I just Love your voice-Peace-Bish
At 7:44pm on December 22, 2008, Bishop Mayfield said…
Just Great Music My Sister.
Wow!!! What a voice and great delivery. I wish you & yours a Merry Christmas from me and mind. if you have a Blues tune you'd like to contribute to the Charity Compilation CD. I'd love to hear it-Many Blessings-Peace-Bish

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