2021 3rd Annual
Seniors Got Talent Franklin, TN
On October 12th, 2021, 10 Seniors performed in the Big Show “Seniors Got Talent” at The Franklin Theatre.
See What Morning Pointe Seniors Got Talent is All About
Enjoy a short recap of Morning Pointe Seniors Got Talent Franklin, TN 2021.
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Chief meteorologist at News4 WSMV in Nashville
You can catch her weathercasts weekday news at 4pm, 5pm, 6pm and 10pm. Lisa is a native Tennessean. She was born and grew up in Jackson.
Lisa has been honored nationally with the Award of Excellence for Broadcast Meteorology from the American Meteorological Society and Broadcaster of the Year by the National Weather Association.
She has been recognized five times as the best “Weather Anchor” in Tennessee by the Tennessee Associated Press. She has won nine regional “Emmys” for her weathercasts.
Lisa is active in the community speaking to numerous school children and church and civic groups. Lisa is involved with the annual “Warm Coats from Warm Hearts” coat drive and the Last Minute Toy Store.
She is active in her church as well as singing in her church’s band, Rock of Ages.
Vocal Coach/Producer, & Live/Studio Backing Vocalist
With more than 20 years of music business experience, Nashville-based celebrity vocal coach. Diane Sheets is the magic behind some of the best voices in music today. For two decades, artists and celebrities like Nicole Kidman, Little Big Town, Natalie Grant, Danny Gokey, Lauren Daigle, Zach Williams and Casting Crowns have depended on Sheets’ renowned vocal techniques and progressive approach to vocal production, which allows them to give awardwinning performances both in-studio and on-stage. In addition, Sheets has worked with countless session singers and developing artists.
With a formal educational background in music and years of study in the anatomy and physiology of the voice, Sheets specializes in vocal technique, vocal health and individual styling. In addition, Sheets has assisted numerous acclaimed singers through recovery following vocal injury, surgery or other trauma. In the studio, she is considered an advocate for both the producer and the artist. On the road, her vocal regimen is regarded as a necessary daily ritual backstage. Furthermore, she is often called upon by some of Music Row’s biggest record labels to assist in developing the fresh voices major A&R departments are scouting. In addition, Sheets is a sought-after speaker, bringing her respected teaching and advice to conferences, workshops and music programs around the globe.
Alex Tinker IV
Artist, Songwriter & Podcast Host
Alex Tinker IV is a proud Pittsburgh native who has found a new home in Middle Tennessee for the past several years… and since then his roots have grown deep! After several years of training and international travel, Alex, as a Chef, completed his Forbes Five Star certification in 2017. While the culinary field was his career at the time, music, performing, and the craft of songwriting are his passions. Tinker is proudly the Open Mic Night Co-Emcee at Puckett’s of Leiper’s Fork every Thursday evening; he also has found a new career at Gibson located right in the heart of Music City! Through his songwriting, performances, and as the host of the globally connected podcast “Kinder Spirits,” Alexis dedicated to bringing kindness & hope by encouraging and engaging all he connects with.
Mayor of Spring Hill
Jim is originally from Minnesota but has lived in Spring Hill for the last 21 years. As a matter of fact, he is the Mayor of Spring Hill!
Jim is a veteran and retiree from the United States Air Force. Some of his accolades include serving with Secret Service Details for both Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. He is also vastly decorated including two medals for heroism. Jim has been involved in musical performance and live theater for decades, performing at the Grand Ole Opry, the Air Force Academy, and several senior Military Brass events to include making a guest appearance with the Air Force’s elite performing group. Jim has served as a worship leader for both traditional and contemporary church services. Jim currently plays keyboards and is lead singer in his classic rock cover band “Bad Dog Band.” Prior to gigging with bands, Jim was performing in musical theater starting at age 12, playing Winthrop in The Music Man. He has done live shows on and off for 40 years. Jim has a passion for writing lyrics and music.