Rocky and Michelle have had the honor of sharing the stage with famous recording artists; Kathy Matea, Shelley West, Earl Thomas Conley, The Charlie Daniel's Band, Billy Crash Craddock, Three Dog Night, America, Ricky Scaggs and Vern Gosden. For ten years they toured throughout the United States performing at resorts, hotels and clubs. In 1983 they were chosen to represent Resorts International in Atlantic City on the Easter Seals Telethon which aired to approximately 50 million people along the east coast. From 1985 to 1990, Rocky and Michelle were the "house band" at the popular Jake Finch's Nightclub in Huntington, WVA., performing five nights a week. During that time they and Phillip Swann (DreamWorks record producer/songwriter and author), co-wrote "The Best is Yet to Come" which was adopted as the city theme song for Huntington, W.Va. They were further honored to have their song scored by Professor Richard Lemke of Marshall University and to have the University Marching Band perform the song in parades and home football games. Rocky and Michelle have several originals and jingles recorded to their credit, and for several years worked with the Miss America Pageant in Medina, Ohio, providing music while Rocky emceed the event. Michelle has written, produced and directed multiple special events, including 4th of July and Christmas Shows.
Rocky's instruments: drums, bass guitar and keyboards.
Michelle's instruments: lead guitar, bass guitar, tenor sax, alto sax, soprano sax, flute, mandolin and keyboards.