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Ray is from Oklmugee, Oklahoma. His musical instruction began with piano lessons at the age of 6. He started on trumpet at 13 and has continued playing both instruments since.He completed the Bachelor of Music degree in Trumpet Performance at Oklahoma City University (OCU) in 1982.
Marty moved to Branson, Missouri in the late 1980’s with his brothers to headline their own show in the live music capital of the world. After a successful run with his own show, Marty was afforded the opportunity to play bass, and sing for many artists in live shows as well as in the recording studio. Some of the artists he has worked with are Bob Hope, Andy Williams, Tony Orlando, Loretta Lynn, the Osmond Brothers, Jimmy Osmond, Jim Stafford, Debby Boone, Collin Raye, T.G. Shepard and grammy award winner, Larry Gatlin. For many of these artists Marty was session leader in the studio, and/or music director for the live shows and traveled with them as well.
Born into and raised by a musical family in Cabot, Arkansas, Steve Harbour is a multi-talented musician who has been playing for over 20 years. He grew up performing in churches, at nursing homes, festivals, barbecues and anywhere in between.
Steve is a former Arkansas State Bluegrass competition Guitar and Banjo Champion. In 1998 he was awarded the Outstanding Instrumentalist Award.
Randy Luna is an Ozark native from Springfield. Randy was only three when he toddled up to his first piano and played a note perfect tune. He hasn’t stopped since.
Randy’s whimsical and creative side lead him to opening a children’s theatre in St. Louis. With his lyricist and creative partner Caroline Van Stavern, Blanket Theatre produced a score of original musicals and productions that have since been produced in other cities.
Born in São Paulo, Brazil and raised in Texas, RJ Jacob has had a varied musical education and career, starting with instruction on woodwinds at the age of 9. But he quickly discovered his real desire was to play drums and at the age of 13 acquired his first drum set and began teaching himself to play. By the time he was 16, he was recording his first single in a studio in Houston.
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