Ginger Commodore - Vocals
Ginger has been a member of the Twin Cities music scene for many years. Beginning her musical career, she joined the three-time Grammy Award winning Sounds of Blackness, touring across the United States and opening shows for The Jackson Five, Roberta Flack and The Pointer Sisters. She was instrumental in ministering, performing and recording with Sam Davis and The Twin Cities Gospel Ensemble, and the JD Steele singers. Ginger is an original member of the local female group, Women Who Cook.
Her theatrical credits include: The World Premiere of DEATH IN THE FAMILY with the Minnesota Opera Company, SELMA and BLACK NATIVITY at the Penumbra Theatre Company, BLACK BELTS at the Mixed Blood Theatre, STAMPING, SHOUTING & SINGING HOME at the Children's Theatre Company, SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE at Hey City Theater, HAIRSPRAY at the Chanhassen Dinner Theater, THE COLOR PURPLE at Park Square Theatre, and CAPITOL PROJECT at Wunderlust Theater. She’s been a featured soloist with the Minnesota Orchestra Pops series at Orchestra Hall with Doc Severenson.
Ginger is a founding member of the local jazz ensemble, Moore By Four, who toured the United States performing at Colleges and Universities, concert halls and Coliseums and renown Jazz Festivals. Ginger also toured England, Scotland and Wales joining Judy Craig Mann of the 60s girl group, the Chiffons. You will find Ginger currently appearing at local jazz clubs with her own trio of musicians, as Ginger Commodore & GCQ.