Bobby Giles – lead vocals, guitar, composer
Bobby is a passionate song writer who sings lead vocals and plays the flat-pick guitar. In addition to music, Bobby also has a passion for his work to help end childhood malnutrition around the world through his Fort Worth business EMSquared and the “buy one, nourish two” project HopeBar.com.

Tim McGaughy – vocals, mandolin
Tim plays mandolin and sings middle harmony. As a hobby guitarist, Tim has performed with many groups in the Amarillo area including the Amarillo symphony, “TEXAS” a musical drama and others. Semi-retired from computer networking, he owns AmarilloGuitarLessons.com where he teaches guitar, banjo, mandolin, ukulele, bass, and music theory. 

Beck McGaughy – vocals, string bass
Becky plays the upright acoustic bass and sings high harmony. The Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield is one of her favorite music festivals where she can be found night or day jamming in the campground. The proverbial “bluegrass widow” she decided to pick up the bass to spend time with her husband. She keeps a rock solid beat and has a fantastic ear. A multi- instrumentalist she plays piano, fiddle and the hammered dulcimer. She works in risk management for the medical profession. 

Steve Loggie Steve is from Wichita Falls, Texas and works in pharmaceutical sales. The 5-string banjo picker, Steve has played banjo since the early ’70s. He has also been a sound engineer for literally hundreds of performances in the Wichita Falls area and his playing demonstrates his keen ear and attention to “tasteful” banjo. 

Dave Kuncicky – fiddle
Dave was a professional musician in the 1970’s, travelling with Casablanca recording artists Meisburg and Walters. In the 80’s he got sense and earned a Ph.D. in computer science, built a home and raised a family. Now retired, Dave lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and plays fiddle for the joy of it. He has recorded a collection of original fiddle tunes available on CD Baby and iTunes. Check out Dave’s page at OldFiddleGuy.com

Tux – the band mascot
Tux is our “good luck” charm. He accompanies us on stage whenever the rules permit (and sometimes when they don’t). 

Blue Ribbon Tux