Richard Jacques is a multi-talented individual with a diverse background that has allowed him to excel in various roles throughout his career. As a former U.S. Marine and Texas Tech University graduate, he brings a strong work ethic and dedication to everything he does.

Originally from Maryland, Rich's passion for the performing arts has led him to take on leading roles in New York stage productions, captivating audiences with performances in shows like Grease (Danny Zuko), The 1940's Radio Hour (Johnny Cantone), and the Elvis '68 Comeback Special show. He spent several years as part of the world famous singing waitstaff on Broadway at Ellen’s Stardust Diner in Times Square. Additionally, he has showcased his talents as a big band crooner and saloon singer, drawing inspiration from legendary artists such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Neil Diamond, and Dean Martin. With his guitar in hand, Rich has crafted a popular solo show where he mesmerizes his audience with timeless rock standards, originals, and country hits spanning the past six decades.

Not limited to the stage, Rich has also made his mark as an emcee for the Miss America organization, and even as a movie extra. He has entertained patrons with longstanding gigs as the featured performer at various restaurants and hot spots in New York City, Texas, Nashville, New Mexico, and even on China's Hainan Island

Whether he's gracing the stage or entertaining at a restaurant, Rich's goal is always to provide a remarkable experience for his audience. Their happiness is his utmost priority, and he continuously strives to improve his craft to deliver the best possible show.

With his friendly demeanor, creative flair, and unwavering dedication to his craft, Richard Jacques is a versatile performer who leaves a lasting impression wherever he goes.