KURT McGILTON - LEAD VOCALS

Kurt is originally from Stewartsville Ohio. He moved to Florida approximately five years ago. He has been singing since he was a young child. While singing at local bars and clubs with several different bands, he was fortunate enough to land a few gigs in Nashville. He sang on stage at the Grand Ole Opry in 1997 and also at the world-famous Tootsies in downtown Nashville.

Kurt has also sang on Carnival Cruise line ships and performed with several big acts throughout his singing career.

 

 

LARRY GAYNOR - STEEL GUITAR, GUITAR, VOCALS

Larry has been part of the Central Florida music scene for years playing honky-tonks, clubs, and festivals. Playing guitar since the late sixties, his musical interest turned to the "west coast" country styles of artists like Merle Haggard and Buck Owens and bands such as the Flying Burrito Brothers, Poco, The New Riders of the Purple Sage and The Eagles. Larry began playing Pedal Steel guitar in 1975. Moving to Florida in 1978 he has played in numerous local bands playing Nashville and Texas "outlaw" country singing, playing guitar, banjo, and Pedal Steel. His primary instrument has become the Pedal Steel. Larry's playing reflects the styles of such players as Buddy Cage, Loyd Green and Tom Brumley of the Buckaroos. His bright, bouncy playing breathes new life into country classics. Larry is one of the premier Pedal Steel players in the southeast. His extensive musical influences are evident in each of the instruments that he plays.

 
 
 
 

Terry has played both drums and bass guitar in the Central Florida area since the early eighties primarily playing country and classic rock music. His musical background is varied including stints as a rudimental snare drummer in various Scottish Pipes and Drums and historical Fife and Drum bands.
“I believe my forte is playing classic country music and I am fortunate to be part of the Southbound Express Band”.

JAMES KREMBS - DRUMS

James Krembs hails from Southside Chicago originally as a kid growing up. His last port of call for many years has been Los Angeles. Now he has found his way to Flagler County and has been living the dream. James started drumming at a very young age. He was playing in bars and venues while still in high school. He went on to touring full time for many years playing in both cover bands and original bands. James has continued performing and recording with numerous bands of all genres large and small. His consistency and technique in drumming makes him a very large asset to any band. His current project is the classic country band, "Southbound Express." The energy that James produces while on stage coupled with the musical talents of the band members rounds out the South Bound Express circle

 
 

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