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Tricia Ann was born and raised in Maggie Valley, NC, and started her musical journey singing in church, karaoke, and participating in open mic nights since age 6. She started singing professionally and participating in music competitions such as NACMAI at age 16. Tricia has had a passion for music from a very young age and today has the drive to share that passion with others. In recent years she began to write and record her own music and picked up the ukulele. Tricia's musical inspirations range from Pam Tillis to Janis Joplin. In 2021, after working with other bands in the area, she founded the Tricia Ann Band.
Brandon is a rock drummer originally from Nashville North Carolina. Influenced by drummers such as Danny Carey, Thomas Long, Dave Lombardo, and Carter Beauford. He has been playing drums since age eleven and has been a musician for thirty-three years now. He participated in Jazz band, Concert band, and marching band, winning three state championships with Northern Nash High School. He won first place drummer out of 42 bands in the Greenville Battle of Bands. Brandon played in bands such as Headcase, Get Lit, Moonshine Mule, and Ridgeline. He has also played drums for musical theatres, The Rudy Theatre in Selma NC, and the Mountain House Jubilee in Maggie Valley NC. Brandon now lives in WNC with his wife, two sons, and his little dog Moose.
David Hekking began his musical career as a teenager in Memphis TN. He started performing in Rock venues, Blues clubs on Beale St. and later Classical Guitar for weddings and solo performances. David has played a wide variety of music over the years with many groups including original bands, cover bands and church groups in hundreds of clubs and churches. He has also played many concerts like opening up for groups like The Kentucky Headhunters, John Anderson, Bellamy Brothers, and Afro Man in recent years. A seasoned musical veteran of many styles David is no stranger to musical academia having studied with esteemed Classical teachers like John Stover at Memphis State in the late 80’s. Then with Cuban Mario April in Chattanooga at UTC in the early 90’s. David taught lessons at the respected Howard Vance Guitar Acadamy in Memphis for over 15 years peaking at 70 students per week. In 2011 David moved his family to the beautiful town of Black Mountain,NC and began performing regionally. He was the musical director in the production of Hee Haw in Burnsville NC and others and also plays most Sundays at a local church.
Bill Bulman was born and raised in Philadelphia. His first gig was playing country music in Philly; he then played in the Navy 20-piece Jazz band. Bill has played in original bands, on five CD releases, commercial jingles, and live PBS tv. He now resides in Western North Carolina and plays bass for Tricia Ann Band!