It all started... when Regina's parents felt she had some musical talent as a 'little one'.  Regina began singing at the age of 3, as a Gospel solo artist.  She performed in various churches throughout N.C.  By the time she was 8 years old, she joined the gospel musical group, The Williams Children, which later became The Williams Gospelettes. She performed with the Williams Gospelettes, until she moved to NJ after graduating from high school.  There, she worked as a background singer for the Plain English Band.  Regina left the band to join the US Army in 1989.  While stationed in Mainz Gonzenheim, Germany, she performed as one of the lead singers in The Cotton Club Band, which consisted of German musicians and singers who were all Army-enlisted.  While in Germany, Regina wrote and recorded a song about the Gulf War.  The song proved profitable for her, as a Saudi Arabian prince liked the song and purchased it.  Regina moved to England after leaving Germany, making a living doing studio work.  She moved to Maryland in 1994, and joined a local band named FM Station.  She later joined Clay Hunt’s Pure Delite, which she worked with for 10 years.  She is so grateful to have had that opportunity. The band served as her sole income while going to college for her bachelor's degree, and she continued working with the band throughout the journey of obtaining her master's and doctoral degrees.  She is now a middle school teacher, the singer for Rick and Regina Duo, and is currently recording and writing original material, as well as having recently covered ‘Calling all Angels’ by Train.  Check out the song/video on Youtube, stay tuned for the release of her newest and original single 'Live', and be sure to check out Rick and Regina Duo’s schedule. 

It all started...

when Regina's parents felt she had some musical talent as a 'little one'.  Regina began singing at the age of 3, as a Gospel solo artist.  She performed in various churches throughout N.C.  By the time she was 8 years old, she joined the gospel musical group, The Williams Children, which later became The Williams Gospelettes. She performed with the Williams Gospelettes, until she moved to NJ after graduating from high school.  There, she worked as a background singer for the Plain English Band.  Regina left the band to join the US Army in 1989. 

While stationed in Mainz Gonzenheim, Germany, she performed as one of the lead singers in The Cotton Club Band, which consisted of German musicians and singers who were all Army-enlisted.  While in Germany, Regina wrote and recorded a song about the Gulf War.  The song proved profitable for her, as a Saudi Arabian prince liked the song and purchased it. 

Regina moved to England after leaving Germany, making a living doing studio work.  She moved to Maryland in 1994, and joined a local band named FM Station.  She later joined Clay Hunt’s Pure Delite, which she worked with for 10 years.  She is so grateful to have had that opportunity. The band served as her sole income while going to college for her bachelor's degree, and she continued working with the band throughout the journey of obtaining her master's and doctoral degrees.  She is now a middle school teacher, the singer for Rick and Regina Duo, and is currently recording and writing original material, as well as having recently covered ‘Calling all Angels’ by Train.  Check out the song/video on Youtube, stay tuned for the release of her newest and original single 'Live', and be sure to check out Rick and Regina Duo’s schedule.