Brian Fullen


Lester Estelle


Johnny (The Clock) Richardson




Steve Mackey

Mike Brignardello


Mark Hill


Brian Green



Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, Brian began studying music at an early age. At 15, he became very busy playing drums professionally, and in 1979 entered Capital University, studying under Bob Breithaupt. He has been a drummer in the Nashville music scene for many years and has toured with She Daisy, Shania Twain, Bob Carlisle, Peter Frampton, Allies and The Imperials. He has also performed extensively with Vince Gill, Sierra, Larry Carlton, Andy Griggs, Jamie Slocum, Lorrie Morgan, Paul Brandt, Tracy Nelson, Pete Huttlinger and Identical Strangers, among others. (Brian's web pageBrian's Discography)

Lester Estelle Jr. was born into a musical family. At the age of two Lester discovered ‘pots and pans’ and began his journey into the world of drums. Today, he is one of the most respected drummers in the business.  His studio and live credits include some of the biggest names in music including Kelly Clarkson, Big & Rich and Pillar, just to name a few. (Lester's web page, Lester's discography)

Based in the midwest during the 1990's, John drummed for a who's-who of 50'&60's rock legends including: Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Sam Moore, Peter Noone and many others.

Since moving to Nashville in 2000, John has maintained a busy recording and road career working with Lee Roy Parnell, Jimmy Wayne, Casey James and John Oates. In 2012, John joined the Trace Adkins band with whom he continues to tour. John is endorsed by Yamaha drums, Zildjian cymbals, Remo drumheads and Vic Firth drumsticks. (Johnny's FacebookModern Drummer)

Bass Player magazine refers to Steve as a funky Southern gentleman and ace ensemble player. Steve has worked with Dolly Parton, John Oates, Marcia Ball, Kinky Friedman, Delbert McClinton, Trisha Yearwood, Wynonna Judd, Pulp, Trace Adkins and Dead Kennedys among others. His versatility is legend. (Steve's discography)

Raised in Memphis and steeped in the rich musical tradition of the city Mike migrated to Nashville in 1983 and began a busy studio career recording ground breaking records with Christian artists. In 1988 he moved to Los Angeles and began a five-year stint with the rock band Giant. Now, back in Nashville, he works with the likes of Blake Shelton, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Trace Adkins, Vince Gill, Emerson Hart, Tim McGraw, Amy Grant, Faith Hill, Jewel, Luke Bryan, Darius Rucker and Duane Eddy among others. (Mike's web pageMike's discography)

Mark Hill grew up in a small farming community in the southern most part of Illinois. At age 11 he found the bass guitar and knew in short order that bass was his love. In 1990 he moved to Nashville and quickly made the producers list of up and coming bass players. Mark has worked with Keith Urban, Reba McEntire, Kelly Clarkson, Brooks & Dunn, Carrie Underwood, Richard Marx, Hank Williams, Amy Grant, Jr, Kenny Loggins, and Trace Adkins among others. (Mark's web pageMark's discography)

Brian Green got his start in the thriving musical community of Austin, Texas, where owner/operator he was an in-demand session keyboard player/programmer, programming keyboard and synthesizers as well as producing for a broad range of clients doing commercial jingles and moving on to full album production including the occasional film score. In 1992 Brian moved to the Nashville area where he has worked with Amy Grant, Carmen, Sierra, Cindy Morgan, Anointed, Twila Paris, The Imperials, Steve Angrisano, Newsong, Al Denson and Paul Smith among others. He is a 4 time Dove Award nominee and was nominated for a Grammy in 2003. (Brian's web pageBrian's discography)