Main Stage Entertainment

All of the shows during the big event we're a hit! Don't forget to continue to support the performers who attended the Girl Scouts 100th anniversary celebration at Cal Expo.


 Coco Jones



Coco Jones is a 12-year-old pop singer and rapper who was born in Columbia, South Carolina, and raised in Tennessee by professional football player, Mike Jones, and session vocalist, Javonda Jones. In 2009, Coco performed the National Anthem twice at NFL games. She has also been working with Grammy-nominated producer, Rob Galbraith to record her original music and has worked with the Motown group, “The Funk Brothers.” Coco’s song "Real You" is featured on Radio Disney. It is also available for listening online at, along with her song "U B U." Coco loves all types of music, and some of her favorite artists include CeCe Winans, Christina Aguilera, Carrie Underwood, Aretha Franklin, Mary J. Blige, Miley Cyrus and Raven Symone.



The Sledge Grits Band


Comprised of four sisters ages 8-16, Sledge Grits Band has made quite a splash in the local and national music scene by playing high-energy originals and covers of classic rock and pop songs. Think of their sound as Heart or The Donnas led by Mariah Carey. Since forming their group in 2008, the Sledge sisters have played over 200 shows across the nation, sometimes opening for well-known celebrity acts. They’ve even been featured on the CBS Early Show!






BNM Recording Artist Teresa makes hip and wholesome music Girl Scouts all over the nation love to dance and sing along to. A songwriter with a knack for emotional storylines that accentuate the strengths and vulnerabilities of girls and women of all ages, Teresaʼs CDs (I Love) Being A Girl Scout, Girls of Courage, This is Her Story, and Brave New Girl are filled with catchy pop melodies, cutting-edge rock energy, and powerful lyrics that have captured the very essence of what Girl Scouting is all about: girl power. Teresa has been working with the Girl Scouts for the past seven years, and has performed at Girl Fests, recruiting events, anniversary celebrations, national Girl Scouts conventions and the 95th Anniversary Sing-Along Concert at the National Mall in Washington, DC, where a crowd of 200,000 girls sang along to her Girl Scouts signature song, “I Love Being a Girl Scout.” Teresa learned to play guitar at a very young age honing her rhythm and time by providing guitar accompaniment at regional fiddle contests in New England. From there, Teresa transitioned to being a solo act playing the local club scene in and around New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and her home state of Connecticut. Clubs led to colleges and colleges led to Nashville. Teresa logged more than a thousand college dates and garnered an unprecedented seven NACA (National Association of Campus Activities) College Country Entertainer Awards. After a stint at Sony Music Entertainment, Teresa returned to her roots as the lone troubadour, releasing Brave New Girl on her own imprint, BNM Records, featuring “Cady’s Song,” which she had written for her best pal, astronaut Cady Coleman. The track was “out of this world,” literally, as NASA declared it the official mission wake-up song for the launch of the first female-commanded space shuttle!




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