We are all about good music and a whole ‘lotta fun. Born and bred in central Texas, we make a ton of music and have a lot of fun doing it - the kind of fun that is contagious. Over the years, our group has forged its own mix of traditional country, classic rock ‘n’ roll, blues, and Texas swing. Our band puts on a show that has something for everyone. Perhaps that is why we have performed in a wide variety of venues, including pubs of Austin, marathons, vintage dance halls, country clubs, and just about everything in between.
In what can only be described as an eclectic mix of music, any given show may include the classic rock ‘n’ roll of Steppenwolf, ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd, blues tunes by Stevie Ray Vaughn, Eric Clapton and Elvis, traditional country of Bob Wills, Johnny Cash, Ray Price, Tim McGraw and Toby Keith, as well as the Texas sounds of Jerry Jeff Walker, Robert Earl Keen and the Texas Tornados. To achieve such diversity, our band employs a number of alternate instrument arrangements which include acoustic guitars, keyboards, electric guitars, bass guitar, pedal steel guitar, drums, and percussion. Four vocalists provide a variety of solo performances together with two and three part harmonies. Whatever the venue, one thing will always stand out, we are serious about the music... and little else!
Band Member Bios
"I started playing music at 14. I was a freshman in high school was bedridden for a couple of months. During the time, I taught myself how to play the guitar (though not very well). By the end of that year, my brother, another friend who played drums, and I were playing at dive bars and school dances."
- David Digby, Guitar
"My interest in music began on February 9, 1964. That was the day when The Beatles first appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show. From that moment on, I knew that I had to do whatever it took to try and be that cool. Fast forward to today... although I might not have attained the level of being "Beatles Cool," I am sure about one thing: I would not trade for anything the fun I have had in my life long attempt trying to be that cool."
- Glenn Etter, Percussion