Paul Chet - Vocals
Franklin Taggart - Lead Guitar/Vocals
Franklin got his start playing his granny's organ in 1967. His first girlfriend introduced him to the Wurlitzer and he hasn't been the same since. He had to switch to guitar due to exhaustion.
Franklin Taggart wanted to be a stand-up comedian but ultimately discovered he wasn't funny. His parents always encouraged him to have something to fall back on, and for him that fallback was music. He writes, plays, sings, records, and produces music and he's played in bars, breweries, bordellos, and blowouts in every isolated corner of the Continental U.S. He is also a life coach.
Jim Abraham - Bass/Vocals
Jim Abraham started playing bass at the age of 8. Through the years he has played in various bands that included the styles of Jazz, Funk, Soul, Rock, Celtic and now Country. A believer that a bass player should learn all styles of music, his mother recently reminded him that he once told her he would never be in a country music band, and yet here we are!
While growing up listening to the likes of Stevie Wonder, and various jazz artists, Jim has grown to love the story telling and song writing of Country Music. He especially enjoys the camaraderie and musicianship of this band and is proud to call each of the members good friends.
Bob Montgomery - Keyboard/Accordion
Bob got his musical start in junior high school playing piano with his dad on bass in a jazz combo, organ with his friends in a rock band (We were playing 'Classic Rock' when it was just call 'Rock'), and percussion in his school's concert band.
Hugh Castor - Percussion/Vocals
Ever since Hugh’s father purchased his first drum set at the age of 8, he has been in love with playing the drums. Over the years he has explored many styles of music, from classical to country, jazz to rock, and West African to samba. Hugh is an ensemble player at heart. Whether it is busking on the streets, playing in 50 piece orchestra, or a country band, he endeavors to bring nuance, musicality, and rhythm to help craft the musical story.