Gary Stacy grew up in the Suburbs of Detroit Michigan. He started his musical career at a young age influenced by his Dad who played in a band and bought him his first guitar, a sunburst Mosrite Ventures Model. Through his school years Gary played alto sax in Marching and jazz bands and singing in church choir. He later spent some time at Eastern Michigan majoring in music. Upon returning home, he played Bass Guitar primarily in country bands. Hailing from the Detroit area the
Blues, rock, and Motown were also influential.
Jack Dillard has been playing guitar and bass since 1969. He started playing in local clubs in 1970 and over the years he's played many different styles of music, Oldies, Classic Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues and Country. Some of the bands he's worked with have been Eighth and Plumb, The Crystalires, The Dixie Drifters, The Heat Waves, The New South, The Bush River Band, Turners Outlaw Band, Quick Change, Detour, The Country Breeze, Backroads, Appaloosa, Steel Force and Over The Edge. I've also worked with a couple Elvis Presley tribute artists, Lionel Ward and Michael Hoover.
February 9, 1964 is a date Keith Haight will remember forever. For it was this day The Beatles first appeared on
the Ed Sullivan Show. It was also the day Keith discovered his love and desire to play the drums after watching Ringo!
Seeing the Beatles on Ed Sullivan started it all for Lewis Porter. Lewis cut his teeth on The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Animals and The Yardbirds. Bands he played in opened for Nashville acts like Johnny Russell, Freddie Hart and others.