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About The Cast

Starring Amy Faithe

Vocals / Theatrical

Starring Chelsea Faulds

Vocals / Theatrical

Mike Smith

Associate Producer / Musical & Vocal Director / Keyboards / Guitar / Brass

Amy Faithe Soaring to new heights, sensational Amy Faithe is emerging as one of the top vocalists in the southwest. Her compelling delivery and  stunning vocal stylings are known to captivate the mind, body and spirit as she takes her audience on a mesmerizing journey through song.  With musical influences such as Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin, Faithe has been afforded the opportunity to perform in Las Vegas, New York City and Nashville and Los Angeles and has been nominated for several awards both domestically and internationally.  Treat yourself to a true “soul-stirring experience” and see Amy Faithe LIVE!

Chelsea Faulds is a high-energy performer who has quickly made a name for herself in the live music scene. With powerful vocals and an engaging stage presence, her style and gift for performing a broad range of genres appeals to all audiences. Chelsea’s music is a blend of soul and pop - influenced by many of the greats including Aretha Franklin, Natalie Cole and Celine Dion.  Chelsea's professionalism, stage presence and flawless vocals have earned her many performance opportunities, both locally and internationally. She has starred in a nationally touring ABBA tribute show, fronted several of Arizona's most popular corporate bands, and performed internationally on Holland America and Disney Cruise Lines.  Chelsea is a member of ASCAP (the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) and is currently writing and producing her upcoming EP, Twisted Love Affair.

Chelsea is very excited to have joined the cast of Timeless and is really looking forward to expanding her skill set, both as a singer and an actress, on this musical journey through time. 

Mike Smith 

Mike Smith started piano lessons at the age of seven. At age twelve, he started playing by ear and wrote his first song. He studied violin, drums, trumpet, and guitar while in school. Mike performed in concert band, marching band, jazz band, and choir. He also started performing in pop/rock bands playing keyboards and guitar.

Mike majored in music in college. He studied classical piano, sang in choirs, performed in musicals, electronic ensemble, recorder ensemble, and classical ensembles. Mike performed with the Crane Chorus in the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, NY.  He learned all aspects of music theory, history, and composition. Mike studied recording and electronic music as well.

Upon graduation from college, Mike relocated to New York City where he toured with show bands, played in an original band led by Al “Doc” Berger from Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and he performed with oldies groups “The Drifters” and “The Crests”. He also worked with Sterling Audio Services, mixing sound and doing lighting.

Mike put his music education degree to work in 1988 and started teaching music in New Jersey. He taught vocal, general, and instrumental music to students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. He became known for writing custom arrangements for his choirs and bands. During this time Mike composed music for productions at NYU and various theatres in New Jersey. He composed, performed, and recorded music for the 1989 National Paddle Tennis championship which was aired nationwide on MSN and ESPN. Mike also composed a news theme for a New York cable station which ran for almost three years.

During his time in New Jersey, Mike owned a recording studio and he teamed up with Grammy award winner “Buddy” Hankerson. Together, they co-wrote and recorded an album with the hit group “Young & Co.” on Atlantic Records. They followed this by writing and performing with the independent label group “Boyz Club” in NYC.

Mike later formed “Soundbox Records” with Mike Galesi of Galesi Studios. Together, they composed, arranged, engineered, performed, and produced countless songs for various artists including “From Good Homes” (on Epic Records) and Danny Tarantino. Mike also composed music for various corporate clients including a jingle for Western Union that was played nationwide.

In 2000, Mike relocated to sunny Arizona to continue his music career. He formed his own band “The Spin” and has performed throughout the southwest. He produced “Unforgettable Too”, a Natalie Cole tribute show and “Crazy 88's” Dueling Pianos and he continues to compose for corporate clients. Mike composed and performed piano music for the documentary “North Town”, which has been featured in film festivals around the country and is sold on Amazon.

Mike has taught piano, songwriting, sound, and recording at the Arizona Conservatory for Arts & Academics for the last 16 years. Here he is also known for creating custom arrangements for his students.

Most recently, Mike teamed up with Thomas J. Ali of Aliway Productions to become co-producer and musical director for the stage show “Timeless” A Musical Journey through Time.

In addition to his musical career and projects, Mike Smith, along with Thomas J. Ali, pursues other entrepreneurial interests including a product company featuring K9GH Longevity, an anti-aging supplement for dogs.

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