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Scott grew up in Longmont, Co just outside of Denver. After acquiring a 69’ Ludwig drum set he began his music passion. It was a Colorado Rock-a-Billy band called “The Shifters” that opened the door and set his mind that music was definitely a passion. His drumming style is very powerful, tight and steady; he just plays with conviction!  It was with a band called 61 South that Scott took his musical abilities to a much higher level. According to Scott, “61 South was crafted by well seasoned Nashville type talent that knew how to get it right”. This enabled him to experience a much higher level of musicianship, and eventually opening for artists such as David Allen Coe, Johnny Paycheck, Blackhawk and Asleep at the Wheel. 

Randy is no stranger to the stage.  The second of five children, he grew up touring the United States with his musical family.  When Randy was 6 his Mom showed him the basic chords on the guitar.  He began playing in the family band at 10 years old.  
In the late seventies he and his family made their home base in Nashville, TN where over the next few years they recorded 10 albums and were regulars at the Grand Ole Opry during the Grand Ole Gospel segments. He toured 300+ days a year all across the United States and was afforded the opportunity to work with many of the top groups in gospel music.  After retiring from the family group, Randy went on to expand his music to include Jazz, Top 40 Pop/Rock and Country.   He has been able to pursue his love of music throughout most of his life and feels honored for the many opportunities he has been given.


Robert was born in West Texas, this Lone Star native grew up to the sounds of Hank Williams, Prorter Waggoner, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, and George Jones just to name a few. Every Friday and Saturday night would find him in the local Big Spring dance hall, The Stampede, dancing to the music styles of Bob Willis, Ray Price, and  others to fuel the traditional country music flare that cuts to the heart of his inspiration. The Arizona Country Music Association named Robert as Top Male Vocalist and Entertainer of the year in 1995 and 1996. Robert in association with Comstock Records, released Blue Monday, in 2001, hitting the radio stations in the United States and Europe. Blue Monday hit #1 in Germany. The follow-up release, Back Booth of a Tavern, hit the #2 spot on the charts in France. Robert formed his band, CrossRoad, featuring some of the finest musicians the valley can offer.
Chuck was born into a musical family in Washington State in 1957. He began his musical career at age 10 studying classical violin in grade school. The classical training was good fundamentals, but what piqued his interest in music was the Bakersfield Sound of Buck Owens and Merle Haggard. He got a job when he was 13 playing bass with a teenage country band touring the Pacific Northwest, followed by a stint on drums with his dad’s band at the local bars before settling into the role of lead singer-lead guitar-fiddle player in a family band with his dad and brothers. Pedal steel has always been a part of Chuck’s life. It’s the instrument his dad played when Chuck was born and still plays today. After spending years of gigging and recording with different bands from the Pacific Northwest to Nashville, Chuck now resides in San Tan Valley Arizona, and plans to continue playing music for years to come.

Randy Goff

Bass and Vocals


Chuck Turner

Vocals, Fiddle, and Steel Guitar


Scott Tiehen

Drums and Percussion


Robert Creelman

Vocals and Guitar


THE BAND