Michelle White – Lead
Michelle White sings lead or alto in Harmony Rain. She grew up in a close family that sings and plays music whenever they get together. After moving to Arizona, Michelle missed singing with her family. She joined the Tempe Community Chorus where she met members of the Harmony Rain quartet (formerly Sounds of Harmony). “Once we sang together as a quartet, we just clicked! We have a great time singing together, no matter whether its performing or practice.”
Barbara Grant – Tenor
Barbara Grant sings soprano or lead with Harmony Rain. She’s been playing violin since she was a child, and came from a musical family, with parents who sang barbershop. Barbara went to many a barbershop practice and concert, and loved the harmonies. She sang in choirs for many years, and after moving to Arizona, Barbara joined the Tempe Community Chorus where she continues to do what she loves—sing. She eagerly joined Harmony Rain when her part became available.
Joyce Marzano – Baritone
A founding member of Harmony Rain, Joyce Marzano sings baritone (tenor) and arranges the group’s music. She knew the Harmony Rain quartet was special when they sang their first harmonies together at a Tempe Community Chorus performance.
Originally from New York and also from a musical family, Joyce “cut” her first record before she was seven (back then you could pay to record your voice in mobile booth similar to the photo booths we see today)! Though usually separated by thousands of miles, Joyce continues to sing harmony with her sister at every opportunity when they get together.
Linda Macias – Bass
Linda Macias has always loved to sing, and though she may not have appreciated all those piano lessons as a child (she and her four siblings), she’s so thankful today that they taught her so much about music. As an adult, Linda braved the “karaoke circuit” with her daughters for years, having great fun singing with them. Today, Linda alternates between alto and tenor with the Tempe Community Chorus, and sings bass with the Harmony Rain quartet.