Connie Bigelow / Guitar and Vocals
Connie plays an electric guitar she stole from her husband and sings most of the high parts. She got her start singing harmonies with her sister Allison while doing the dishes in their hometown of Detroit, Michigan.
Bill Fraser / Pedal Steel
Bill plays guitar and lap steel with One Mean Cheese and The Pourboys, and pedal steel with the Doowahs. He travels all the way from Port Townsend to practice with us and we're amazed at his talents and patience. Thank you Bill. Really. You're amazing.
Scott Martin / Drums
Iowa corn-fed all-around musician, Scott has been drumming for decades. Long time member of the Dusty 45s, and ring leader of the Mighty Martinos, we're lucky to be his neighbor and have him in the band.
Billy Reed / Keyboards and Vocals
Billy started tickling the ivories before he went to kindergarten and never stopped. He plays with many of the Northwest’s top blues and roots rock bands, including Town Hall Brawl, the Pourboys, All Stars No Stripes, and Jeff and the Jet City Fliers. He has an affinity for great songs and musical novelties. Maestro!
Walter White / Baritone and Bass Guitars, Vocals
Walter began playing the bass in 1971 after classical training on oboe and saxophone. He has performed with a myriad of talented musicians including James DeJoie, Larry Murante, the famous Lefty Jones Band of New York City, and the Rock Shabbat Ensemble at Temple De Hisrch Sinai. When not performing, Walter teaches music privately and in the Seattle Schools. He is currently the world's second worst trumpet player.
We are often joined by:
Big Dad Bigelow / Tuba
John Bigelow has been playing tuba for many moons. He is a member the Boeing Employees Concert Band and the Market Street Dixiland Jass Band among others. He's also the man who bought Connie her first guitar.