JOBY HOLLAND (LEAD VOCALS/ACOUSTIC): Joby spent time in Nashville during his late teens and returned when he was 25, where he was offered an independent record deal and has been invited to be a guest of the Grand Ole Opry on more than one occasion. Over the last several years, Joby has spent time in Nashville singing at various activities during the summer music festivals and continues to write his own music.
JOSH DRISKILL (LEAD GUITAR): Josh began performing on stage at the age of 3 with his family's show; the Plummer Family Country Music Show, which was the third theatre in Branson, MO, where the entire family entertained crowds for 18 years. He now tours with them and also performs at The Meramec Music Show as a vocalist, lead guitarist, and MC. He also performs at his own shows, including the State of Texas, where he has performed for 4 years.
SHAUN STEGER (DRUMS): Shaun has been “Hittin’ the Skins” for over 15 years, honing his craft and exploring his own diverse musical interests. Whether it’s rock, pop, metal, blues or country you will be hard pressed to find something that he won’t jam to. With a strong focus on musicality, and a penchant for arranging songs, Steger has provided the pulse behind several regional acts over the years, Sweet Intoxication, The Corporate Mustache, and Emaciation just to name a few. Diverse interests and the ability to conquer multiple genres, Steger’s versatility and animated, but laid-back style behind the drum kit have been a hit with fans for years.
SCOTT “JELLYROLL” BLACKWELL (KEYBOARD): Jellyroll is a veteran of Nashville for over 30 years, as a session player, writer, and perfomer. He has written songs such as “Honky Tonk Boots”, which was recorded by Sammy Kershaw and “Under the Rainbow”, which has been recorded by Joe Diffie, Aaron Tippin and Joe Stampley. Jellyroll has played with Jamey Johnson, Kenny Chesney, David Allen Coe, Joe Diffie, Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin, Joe Stampley, and many others. His knowledge of Nashville, music, and performing are second to none.
ED STRAUSER (BASS GUITAR):With 13+ years of experience playing bass, Ed Strauser is a consummate sideman. Whether playing rock, blues, country, jazz or hip-hop the focus is always on what’s best for the song. As a member of several regional bands Strauser’s versatility earned valuable experience performing live across the Midwest and Southwest United States. No stranger to the studio, Ed has recorded 11 albums of material with various artists such as Ghost of America, Coeli & Attack of the Pacifists among others.
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