Eldon Sully is a native of Leonia, New Jersey, and is currently a resident of Hampton, Virginia. He has over 30 years of international professional musical experience performing on electric and acoustic guitar and on mandolin and banjo and is well versed in jazz, rock, pop, country, and traditional and contemporary gospel styles. Mr. Sully earned the Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies degrees from Howard University in Washington, DC, graduating magna cum laude. He has studied with classical guitarists John Marlowe and Frank Bahus and jazz guitarists Joe Pass, John Baboian, Charles Chapman, and Ted Dunbar. He has performed as a multi-instrumentalist in numerous musical theater productions such as Legally Blonde, The Civil War, Grease, Smokey Joe's Café, West Side Story, Fiddler On The Roof, Raisin, Annie, Bye, Bye, Birdie, and Mame. He performed, arranged selections, and assisted in the production of a live recording project entitled The Power of His Presence. He has performed Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto for Guitar and Strings on classical guitar. He has also performed for Presidents, Secretaries of Defense and Air Force, and numerous other high-ranking government dignitaries. He released two self-produced CDs entitled First Things First and Back 2 Basics available at www.cdfreedom.com. These musical offerings feature his talents as producer, composer, arranger, and guitarist. Prof. Sully currently performs as a member of the United States Air Force Heritage of America Band at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Virginia, as well as a free-lance musician with variety bands and a solo artist in the Hampton Roads area.