Ron Buhlinger â Lead Guitar, Vocals.Lead Guitar, Vocals. Ron has played with Morgantown, The Duane Allman Tribute and international blues legend Boo Boo Davis among others. Boo Booâs recent hit âIâm so Tiredâ is featured on the Sons of Anarchy soundtrack and the 5 Hour Energy Drink commercial. Ronâs primary influences are Eric Clapton, Freddie King, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Ron has opened for multi-platinum country rock icons Poco and Brewer and Shipley. Ron has performed in many venues across the country, including B.B. Kingâs blues club in Memphis, Schwagstock festivals, and countless T.V. appearances.
Chad Smith â Drums. Chad began playing at 12 and by 14 was performing professionally. In 1985 he began working with Heavenâs Flame, in 1987 he was with Mary Burns, in1990 with Anacrusis,in 1992 with London Calling and in 1994 with Pavlovâs Dog. In 1997 he replaced Deen Castronovo in GZR (the side project of Geezer Butler bassist for Black Sabbath) who had moved on to Ozzie Osbourneâs band and later with Journey. Chadâs Playing is a combination of influences ranging from John Bonham and Tommy Aldridge to Clyde Stubblefield and Steve Gadd.
Richard Plumb – Bass, Vocals. Began career in England’s Pubs and clubs at age 14. Moved to London in 1977. Spent 2 years opening for acts like Motorhead, Thin Lizzy, The Sex Pistols, and Steve Marriot. Moved to northern California in 1979. Worked with Ronnie Montrose in the studio, opened for Blue Oyster Cult, Foghat, Billy Squier among others. Moved to Los Angeles in 1987 and played/toured with LA Guns, Ratt, Vixen. Came to St. Louis in 2002 and fronted own band, Dick Whiskey from 2003 – 2006. Spent 2006 -2008 with The Sitting Ducks and now with The Stingers.
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