“Rockin” Rick Bell performs more than 300 shows a year as a full time Professional Guitarist, Singer, Song Writer, Music Producer, and Entertainer. Rick is a 6 time Music Association of Central Texas award winner, voted ‘Male Vocalist of the Year’ and twice voted ‘Entertainer of the Year’ for his One-Man solo shows. Also an award winning Song and Jingle Writer, Rick has won “Addy” awards for Commercial Jingles, as well as song of the year honors from the Southern Songwriters Guild for some of his original songs.
Richard Paul Thomas (his friends call him RpT) is a free-thinking dreamer and Texas based Songwriter with decades of love, life and laughter to share. His songwriting spans a wide range of musical genres and emotional experiences ranging from light hearted fun to challenging one's convictions about life and our place in the world. His writing and performance style encompasses elements of Folk, R&B, jazz, ballads and good old rock n' roll. RpT's soulful voice ranges from thermal to edgy reflecting the musical influences of a lifetime. His thought provoking lyrics speak to the heart and soul of the listener while thoroughly entertaining his audiences.
Louise Richardson is a native Austinite now living in Lago Vista and Galveston. She is a 1971 graduate of Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State). She is a playwright, novelist, poet and songwriter. “Bluebonnet Road” is her second musical. “Chanteuse” was produced at The Silver Spur Theater in Salado in 2011 and at The City Theatre in Austin in 2012. The music from “Chanteuse” garnered an ASCPlus Award in 2011.
Tamara Harper Shetron (Tami) was bit by the theatre bug at age 13 when family friends drafted her to perform – with a broken foot and crutches – as a “Town Child” in Syracuse Musical Theatre’s production of “101 in the Shade.” She studied music and theatre at SUNY Fredonia and while working in summer stock discovered a talent for writing music. She has composed music for over 10 children’s musicals, written and directed six shows for people with cognitive disabilities. Tami is a passionate advocate for inclusive arts and education programs. She teaches and performs in Austin, TX, and is finishing a Ph.D. in Developmental Education (2020).