Jannan Zahina-Stevens

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Jannan Zahina-Stevens


BRIGGSVILLE, Wis. - Jannan Zahina-Stevens, age 80, passed away at her home in Briggsville, Wisconsin, on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. Jannan was born in Dubuque, Iowa, on March 31, 1937. She was the eldest daughter of Clarence and Mary Zahina.

Friends may come to St. Mary's Church in Briggsville, Wisconsin, on Saturday, Jan. 20, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. to pay their respects to the family. A Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 1:00 p.m.

By the age of 6, Jannan and her sisters began singing on holidays with her father's band, Clarence Zahina and the Barnstormers. She sang on Clarence's radio show at KDTH and at barn dances at Melody Mill.

In 1952, at the young age of 14, Jannan officially joined her father's band. The Barnstormers played dances throughout the states of Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota.

Clarence Zahina and the Barnstormers became very successful and were seen on weekly TV shows out of Cedar Rapids, IA, Waterloo, IA, and Madison, Wisconsin. The Barnstormers worked with many top performers such as Johnny Cash, the Everly Brothers, Jim Reeves, some of the top Grand Ole Opry performers as well as members of the Lawrence Welk orchestra. She also played organ for the Tommy Bartlett Water Show. …

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