Lead Guitar & Vocals
Greg is a veteran musician who began his career in 1965. In 1968 he worked as a session player for the legendary Stax Record label. During this time he also toured with famous Blues guitarist Albert King.
In 1973, Greg joined the famous southern rock band "Black Oak Arkansas" where he played lead guitar and keyboards. Greg left the group in 1979 to work with Stephen Stills.
In 1980, he returned to Memphis to concentrate on song writing. Shortly thereafter, he placed one of his songs on 38 Special's "Strength in Numbers" album, which sold over 1 million copies. In 1983, Greg formed The Memphis All-Stars.
Keys & Vocals
Stevie Wonder was a major influence and inspiration to Robert; not only in his musical career, but his personal life as well.
Robert started his career in 1975, singing and playing in numerous church and gospel groups. In 1987, he released his album "Power to Overcome," which was a local success released through Three Angels Productions.
Since the beginning of his career, he has backed such greats as Denise LaSalle, Tyrone Davis, Rufus Thomas, Yolanda Adams, Al Green and others.
Drums & Vocals
Walter White knew from the moment he picked up his 1st pair of sticks, this is what he was born to do.
At the tender age of 5, music became his love and passion. He started playing professionally at the age of 18 with Gospel greats such as Rev. Clay Evans of Chicago, Ill., AARC (African American Religious Coalition), the late Oris Mays, and Rev. Gerald Thompson of Little Rock, AR.
Now in the R&B field of music, he resides with the Memphis All-Stars and has had the opportunity to play with greats such as The Drifters, The Coasters, The BarKays, and the list goes on and on.
Bass & Vocals
Known on the local Memphis music scene as "Sly Diesel" - Henry has played with countless artists, both local and abroad.
He has non-exlusive ties with the Norwegian Cruise Lines playing cabaret with such artists as Fred Sample, Little Milton, The Coasters, and The Drifters.
He has performed as a Bassist on TV shows such as "Tony and Tina's Wedding", "Solid Gold" and "70's Soul Jam". He has played with local artist such as J. Blackfoot, Jerry L., The Memphis Ice Breakers, and Rhoney G.