CC Coletti (Carolyn Coletti Jablonski) is known worldwide for her rocking duets and background vocals with rock and roll legend, Meat Loaf and his Neverland Express World Tours from 2003 through 2011. CC has been featured on three of Meat Loafs DVDs, Bat Out Of Hell Live With The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Three Bats Live, and a Documentary, In Search of Paradise. Her voice can be heard on the Bat Out Of Hell 3 album and Meat Loaf's, "Hang Cool Teddy Bear" CC was also featured as the opening act for Meat Loafs European tour in 2007. CC started singing and creating music at a young age in her state of New Jersey. She has been a staple in the New Jersey Rock Club Scene since the tender age of 18 and her dynamic vocal abilities and stage presence have helped her develop a very large and loyal following that continues to expand both home and abroad. Anthony Krizan, CCs guitarist and producer, first gained notoriety in the 90s as a member of the Spin Doctors. He has also lent his guitar prowess to such acts as, Tom Marshall's (lyricist for Phish) jam band Amfibian, John Waite, Noel Redding and his songwriting skills to collaborators such as Lenny Kravitz. CC and Anthony were introduced in 2004, when lyricist of Phish, Tom Marshall asked CC to join his band Amfibian. CC and Anthony then began to make musical magic together. 2013 has been quite a busy year for CC, she recorded Bring It On Home with Chesky Records a modern play on songs like, Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll", Howlin' Wolf's "Killing Floor" and more. In addition to performing and promoting her original music, CC and her band, which consist of Anthony Krizan on guitar, T.J. Jablonski, her husband on bass and John Hummel on drums, have and extensive list of cover songs that can be included in their set. Don't miss CC and the band performing "Since I've Been Loving You" from Led Zeppelin, "Ball and Chain" from Janis, Aretha or a classic blues number. CC, also breaks down the band to a dynamic intimate acoustic trio. The group has received world wide acclaim for their performances of Rock and Roll, blues, funk and soul.