Terry Tyson (Guitars, Vocals)
Terry got his first acoustic guitar following a family vacation to guitar-crazy southern California in the summer of 1974; but he really caught the guitar bug after seeing an early performance of rock & roll legends, Kiss, on television's Midnight Special the following year. From Chicago, Illinois, Terry cut his teeth as the guitarist with electric blues band “Broadway Jack and the Streetlight Boogie” in the early 1980s, with whom he played several great north-side Chicago blues clubs, including the world-famous Kingston Mines. Later cover bands included “Hammerfall”, “mf Tyson”, “Swampdawg”, and the popular country music act “The Slim Pickins Band”, who were honored to play many dates at the celebrated Chicago area venue, Fitzgerald’s Nightclub and were featured in the 2010 Chicago Country Music Festival in Millennium Park. Prior to relocating to Pennsylvania, Terry also rocked Northern Illinois clubs with Chicago’s own Aerosmith tribute bands “Aerotrip” and “Rock This Way”.
Over the last 30+ years, Terry’s bands have shared the stage with psychedelic country rock pioneers, “The New Riders of the Purple Sage”; pop superstars, the “Bay City Rollers”; and the brilliant, late great guitarist Toy Caldwell from the Marshall Tucker Band. Since moving to Bucks County, he has played with local favorites, “The T’s”, and currently also plays with classic rock & pop band “Knock One Back” in clubs around Philadelphia and South Jersey.
Steve Gallucci (Bass, Vocals)
Steve has been playing bass since age 12 in the musician-rich city of Rochester, NY where he played in some of the top cover and original bands in that area such as "Crystal Palace", "Rgang", and "Boys Lie" to name a few. Each had big followings and played all over upstate New York. Steve has also had the honor of sharing the stage with Lou Gramm of "Foreigner" for a show benefiting the victims of 911. Throughout the year’s he has also opened for bands such as, "The Good Rats", Gary Ricthrath from "REO Speedwagon", "The Fixx", "Winger" and "Black Sheep." Since moving to PA, he has played with "Voodoo Bullet" all over the State College area, "Pieces of Eight" and "Treason" in Southeastern PA. He also currently plays bass with “Schwubby Buzzer”, another popular cover band in the Greater Philly area.
Doug Landis (Keyboards, Saxophones, Vocals)
Doug has been teaching saxophone and piano part-time at Fretz Music Center for over twenty years. He attended Temple University, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Music Education. Doug has played keyboards with local recording artists Mary Hawkins and Sister Sledge’s guitarist, Mark Walsh. He has performed with musical groups “Vital Link” and “Philadelphia Funk Authority” traveling with these bands to New York City, Philadelphia and Atlantic City, and played at venues such as Bethlehem Musikfest and the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. He has collaborated for many years with some of the same members of High Noon in the bands “Treason” and “Red Dog”.
Don McCord (Vocals, Saxophones, Flute, Percussion)
Don was born and raised in Nashville TN, and began singing and playing in bands at the age of 15. Over the years, Don has fronted bands/duos/trios such as “The Drew Williams Band”, “Byron F Grey”, “Triplum”, “Don McCord & L A Beahm” (regulars at Bethlehem’s Musikfest in the late 80’s and early 90’s), “Off Center” and “High Noon”. He has performed for Johnny and June Carter Cash and has warmed up for the New Riders of the Purple Sage and 38 Special. With his trio Off Center, Don worked for several major cruise lines in the late 90’s and early 00’s and has performed globally on 5 of the 7 major continents: from Hawaii to Alaska, the Caribbean to the Mediterranean, Russia to Iceland, Bermuda to the Panama Canal.
Scott Stephens (Guitars)
Scott has been playing guitar since the age of 15. He began his career as musician playing in the early eighties with a local Rock band named "90 Proof". For over 25 years, he was the guitarist with Treason which was a very successful Classic Rock band that played all throughout Southeastern PA, New Jersey and Delaware. In 2012 Scott also formed a Southern Rock Tribute band called "High Noon" which was successful in the Montgomery/Bucks county area. Scott also plays lead guitar in a very popular local classic rock horn band called "Red Dog". Scott continues to dabble in Country music from time to time in combos on his Mandolin.
Dave Kramer (Drums)
At an early age ,Dave was influenced by the drum corps in parades, the Beatles and Elvis Presley .He got his first drum set when he was 10 years old. As a young teen, he was fortunate to be able to meet personally with many of his favorite professional drummers. He attended master drum clinics hosted by New York's Long Island Drum center. Ed Shaugnessey of the Tonight show, Billy Cobham of The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Lenny White from Return to Forever, Buddy Rich and Louie Bellson from the big band era just to name a few. This was an inspiration to keep practicing to better himself.
In the 1980's, he played in several local bands, one of which wrote and performed an original song that was played on a local Philadelphia radio station. In the recent past, he has been the drummer in a diverse genre of bands; Including Blues, Country, and Rock. Playing many styles of music has both increased his repertoire, and made him the drummer he is today.