Josh Carroll was born and raised in the small farm town of Odin, IL. It was in this southern IL town that Josh cut his teeth on traditional country music. Coming from a large family of country performers, Josh carried on the tradition and moved to Branson, MO in 2001 where he was cast in the Magnificent Country show at the White House Theater as a male lead and featured guitarist. He later went on to become the lead Guitarist for the Magnificent America Show at the White House Theater as well as a featured performer in the Magnificent Seven show.

Josh has spent the last ten years touring coast to coast as the lead guitarist and musical director for Candy Coburn and be found playing lead guitar in the Patsy Cline Remembered.

Southern charm and hospitality are what you'll find when Award Winning Piano Player, David Brooks, takes the stage. Having been named Piano Player of the Year for Branson several times over, David came to Branson, Missouri over ten years ago and in that time has been a part of some of the most successful shows in town and abroad. In addition to his Piano proficiency, David is also a veteran Entertainer. He is involved with several Production shows on the road with his tributes to artists such as Elton John and Jerry Lee Lewis, among others.

From Rockabilly to Ragtime, David brings an energy and wow-factor to the stage every time.

Born in the little southern town of Odin, IL Camby Henson is no stranger to classic country. Growing up in a musical family that sang the songs of the greats Camby developed his talents. Camby moved to Branon, MO in 1998 and through high school Camby played bass in the Branson High School Jazz Band and placed first at many festivals including and an honorable mention at the State level.

Camby has continued to hone his craft over the years and has landed at the Patsy Cline Remembered show this year playing his very unique electric upright bass.

Craig White started his Branson career in 1964 portraying the character "Little Pete" in the Shepherd of the Hills Play. By age 15, he was playing dances and shows with his father, Bob White, who also performed on the "Ozark Jubilee" with Red Foley.

By the 90's, Craig had turned his attention to camera work, shooting major projects in Branson like "Regis & Kathy Lee", IMAX, ESPN, NBC, ABC, and the Lawrence Welk Reunion Shows. He also was the Producer/Director for the major ice and music review show "Branson City Lights".

After being on the road for 15 years working with Bass Pro Shops, his love for family drew his wife Laura and him back to the Ozarks where he can show his master drumming talents at Patsy Cline Remembered as well as being the Stage Manager at "The Clay Cooper Theatre."

A favorite of Branson, Greg Moody, starting working with Silver Dollar City with his family back in 1967. From there, he went on to working with the beloved Grandpa Jones in his dinner theater down in Mountain View, AR.

Multi-talented, Greg won many awards and had many honors, like appearing on the Grand Ole Opry in 1983. His talent at the steel guitar, banjo, mandolin, and lead guitar has been revealed to millions of country music fans in the many shows Greg has been able to lend his talents.