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Sam McCrary:Lead vocals

Samuel McCrary is an accomplished singer and song writer. He is born and raised in Nashville, TN and is one of many well-known performing artists from the McCrary family. Sam started singing in church as a small child, then had vocal training in high school and continued through college at Middle Tennessee State University.

 
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Marcus mccrary:

Lead vocals

 
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tyrus sass:

keys

Tyrus Sass is a keyboard/organ player who is no stranger to the Nashville Music scene. Originally from Beaufort, South Carolina, he attended Middle Tennessee State University in 2000. Upon graduation he would embark on a successful career supporting several artists in and out of Nashville. He is currently touring with blues guitarist Jonny Lang.

 
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Carl Fields:

bass

From Millington, TN (small country town in Memphis area), Carl studied Classical and Jazz Music Performance at University TN Knoxville for undergrad and Recording Arts and Technologies at Middle Tennessee State University for his graduate degree. He has been in Nashville since 2014, but really got in the Nashville music scene in 2016. In addition to playing for bands like Sam McCrary and The Mix around Nashville, he currently plays bass for Melinda Doolittle and Murphy Elmore.

 
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Grant garland:

guitar/

lead vocals

Born on the Arkansas Delta, Garland is drawing comparisons to a swath of well-known musicians as wide as the meandering Mississippi river. After graduating from Arkansas State University in 2004, he formed his own band that quickly generated a buzz in northeast Arkansas as well as Memphis, TN. Garland, who headlined at the B.B. King’s Blues Club on Las Vegas’ world famous strip from 2010-2012, has since made Nashville his home and continues to captivate audiences in the Mid-South.

Grant Garland has performed with and opened for artists such as B.B. King, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Steve Cropper, Jimmy Hall, Mike Farris, Margo Rey, Melinda Doolittle, Jimbo Mathus, Mike Zito, Charlie Wood, Jon Faddis, Jon Metzger, Bob Mintzer, Ike Stubblefield, Airmen of Note, Carl Saunders, Corey Osborn, Chris Vadala, and Exile.

 
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Ping Rose:

Guitar/Lead Vocals

 
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Jesse Worney Jr.:

Bass

 
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Johnathan Smith:

Keys

 
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darius mines:

keys

 
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JuJu winfield:drums

 
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loren d clark:

Bass

Growing up in the musical city of Memphis, TN into a family of musicians, with a grandfather who shared stages with the likes of Mahalia Jackson, Sam Cooke, and The Blind Boys of Alabama, Loren was sure to develop a love core music and a skill to play it well. Starting with the exploration of piano, drums, and percussion, Loren moved forward to the lead guitar and found his love in the bass guitar. Through years of playing in Memphis and alongside his brother, drummer Terence Clark (Robert Cray, Gungor, etc.), Loren has developed the ability to become a musical chameleon, being capable to blend and play all styles of music from Americana, R&B/Hip-Hop, Contemporary Christian, Gospel, Blues, Pop, and more.

Now residing in Nashville, TN, Loren has played year-round with various artist, also doubling as a background vocalist on many gigs. He is COO of the Undertone Collective, a music production company based out of Memphis, TN that works with various independent artist across the nation. When speaking of his future goals he says, “As a professional in my career I would like to fully tap into the highest level of not only musicianship but also music business. Not only am I striving to be one of the greatest players/performers, as well as producers, but also one very well-rounded in every aspect the industry opens for me to enter.”

 
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Kurt Wagner:

guitar

Kurt Wagner was born in upstate NY way back in the day. He’s been playing music ever since he can remember but became serious about the guitar at age 12 when he discovered his dad’s cheap Silvertone and Laura Weber folk guitar instructional books. He became even more serious when he discovered that girls seemed to like guitar playing and guitarists. Many years of practice and gigging around his home state led him eventually to Nashville Tennessee, his current home. Kurt is an accomplished writer and producer and has produced music for television and radio and produced two albums in which he is the primary artist, playing guitar bass, keys, vocals and production.

Kurt has performed and recorded with many artists including David Lee Murphy, Sue Medley, Tommy Crain and Johnny Lee and many original, touring, show and club bands. Not really specializing in a certain genre, Kurt just likes music that grooves no matter what the style and he always gives his best to a recording or performance. He brings a positive spirit to any occasion and enjoys music that is uplifting and positive.

Kurt plays Taylor acoustic guitars and uses Fender amplification primarily.

 
 
 
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Roz malone:

Sax/Lead vocals

 
 
 
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Sarina-Joi Crowe:

Lead Vocals

 
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Otis Logan:drums

 
 
 
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Jonathan Boddie:Guitar/Lead Vocals