These are minor characters in Melody Ellison's series.
Clifford and Katie's daughter.
One of the members of the Three Ravens with Dwayne Ellison.
The older sister of Frank Porter. She is the mother of Clifford and has a grandson named Jimmy. She has silver hair in a long braid she winds up and glasses. She is not the kind of adult who doesn't let children touch things.
Aunt Beck's son, a lawyer. He has several children, including a college aged daughter named Anne.
A new member of New Hope Baptist Church. She meets the Ellisons in No Ordinary Sound and bonds with Melody over their love of flowers and gardening.
The pastor at New Hope Baptist Church.
The director of the children's choir at New Hope Baptist Church. She is close friends with Geneva Porter; the two women performed in a gospel singing group and trained to be music teachers in Alabama.
The mother of Diane Harris.
A music producer at Hitsville U.S.A. In Music in My Heart: My Journey with Melody he enlists Dwayne to do errands for him and lends his 1964 Ford Mustang.
Aunt Beck's grandson (it is not stated who his father is). He sends her a doll from Japan.
A friend of Julius Sterling. He assists the Junior Block Club with weeding the neighborhood playground in Never Stop Singing.
A man who works at the recording studio of a record shop. He records Dawyne's solo song in Music in My Heart: My Journey with Melody.
Al and Josephine Moore
The owners of a performance hall in Detroit. Josephine is close friends with Geneva Porter and Miss Dorothy.
One of the members of the Three Ravens with Dwayne Ellison. He appears to have a slight crush on Lila.
Martha Jean Steinburg
A popular DJ on the radio, known as "Martha Jean the Queen."
A close friend of Melody's.
The father of Julius Sterling.
A waitress at Sam's Soda Shop. She intentionally attempts to refuse service to Melody, Yvonne and the protagonist when they visit in Music in My Heart: My Journey with Melody but later relents when the girls stand their ground, and when a white woman speaks up for them.