Ken Tolbert follows in footsteps of musical family

| February 4, 2014
Ken and Jachell Tolbert

Ken and Jachell Tolbert

Special to Frost Illustrated

FORT WAYNE—Ken Tolbert, founder and CEO of the Superband LAST CALL has brought a level of entertainment to Fort Wayne that is second to none.

Ken and wife, Jachell performed to a sold-out house during their “Home for the Holidays Concert” at The Philmore on Broadway, downtown Fort Wayne during the Thanksgiving holiday—if you missed their rendition of “Proud Mary” by Ike and Tina Turner, you missed a great treat.

Ken is just short of a musical genius—but he’s working on it, and with his wife’s extraordinary singing and performance abilities, professionalism and business savvy, they will make it to the top in record time.

Ken is talented, gifted and has a perfect pitch ear. He can play anything he hears and has brilliant creative abilities. Ken is the fifth of six musical brothers and still has some fierce competition to contend with when the brothers gather for the holidays.

Ken and Jachell’s goal is to bring a greater musical awareness to Fort Wayne that is so very much needed.

“We have gifted and talented people (singers and musicians) here in Fort Wayne—why can’t we have a great musical venue here in Fort Wayne where people can entertain and be entertained?” he asks.

LAST CALL encompasses a gifted and talented group of singers and musicians that are dedicated to their calling. This Superband’s musical excellence inspires the audience to grow to a higher level of musical awareness. The audience is left delighted and content from the experience.

Keep your eyes on Ken, Jachell and LAST CALL—they are going places. To learn more about the momentum of Ken, Jachell and LAST CALL, follow this exclusive series in Frost Illustrated. Questions can be sent to and look for responses in future editions.

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