Shareen’s love for Heart started at an early age when she would wear out her sister’s Heart albums singing along with Ann Wilson at the top of her lungs in her bedroom of an old, cold farmhouse in upstate, NY.  One of her fondest memories was standing inside the barn silo singing “Magic Man” just to hear the incredible natural acoustics it provided.   She grew up singing in church, throughout school, onto recording studios, worship teams, local bands and performing at many different events. 

Today, Shareen is lead vocalist portraying Ann Wilson in her band “Barracuda-America’s Heart Tribute" based out of Nashville, TN.  She is also a studio session vocalist recording demos and jingles for many of Nashville’s songwriters and has fronted several bands such as "Shareen & The Wolfpack," "Shareen & The Kings", "The Mood Ring" with Porter Howell of "Little Texas" and "Randy Nations Band." She also performs in acoustic duos with amazing guitarists/songwriters/vocalists such as Michael Britt of Lonestar, Reb Clark, John Foster, Ronnie Kimball and every week in Nashville with Randy Nations. Note: Shareen enjoys spending time “Alone!” 


Jennifer Janét, originally from Baton Rouge, LA, started playing guitar at the age of 9, playing in several church worship teams for 12 years. Jennifer began playing professionally with her sister, JoAnna Janét, soon after graduating from MTSU in Murfreesboro, TN and was fortunate enough to perform with JoAnna on The Grand Ole Opry in 2002. 

In 2006, Jennifer joined a Louisiana based rock band, Sons of William, playing bass. She recorded 2 albums and toured with the group for 5 years, while remaining a member of several different bands in Shreveport, LA where she currently resides. 

Jennifer continues to front her band, Spectra Vamp, an original Pop/Rock project since its inception in 2016, opening for artists such as Doyle Bramhall II, Better Than Ezra, Sister Hazel, and Cowboy Mouth, and many others. Spectra Vamp’s music is featured on the 2020 Amazon Prime movie, “The Sweetheart Deal.”  


A professional guitarist for more than 35 years, Chris has toured the country with various Rock, Top 40 and Country acts.  He has recorded hundreds of commercial jingles in addition to appearing on four "major" independent records.  

A dynamic performer, Chris proudly boasts that all his guitars go to eleven.    Chris proudly endorses Vintage Brand guitars, ValveTrain Amplifiers  and MBRITT Kemper profiles.  Note: Chris likes fancy soaps. 


Realizing a passion for music that was a part of him as far back as he can remember, Jeff started delving into music in 1977, at the age of nine, when he started playing piano.  While living in Indiana during his Junior High years, Jeff started realizing that he was feeling a deep desire to take his musical endeavors down the road of playing keyboards. After cutting his teeth on acts like REO Speedwagon, Toto, Foreigner, Heart and Journey, Jeff decided it was time to move to Nashville, TN in 1992. Jeff started playing with multiple acts after getting to Nashville, and never looked back!  Note: Jeff's life motto - "Go that way, really fast.  If something gets in your way...Turn!!"


As a singing bass player, Ronnie has shared the stage with many superstars like Huey Lewis, Greg Khin (Jeopardy),The Knack (My Sharona), Elvin Bishop (Fooled Around & Fell In Love), Tommy Tutone (Jenny Jenny) and Jimmy Hall of Wet Willie (Keep on Smiling), to name a few. 

He was lead vocalist/frontman/bass player with his AOR recording act, WORKFORCE on Scotti Bro./CBS Records.  During his stint with WORKFORCE, Ronnie had a song he co-wrote and sang with the band featured in an episode of the popular TV series, “Baywatch.”   He also had a music video on MTV with the California band, LASER BOY. 

Since moving to Nashville in the mid 90’s, Ronnie has become an in demand session vocalist for some of Nashville’s best songwriters, singing numerous jingles (Tennessee Lottery jingle) and movie placements as well.  As a writer, he’s had songs recorded by country music giant, Lee Greenwood and new artist, Sherry Lynn. 

Ronnie has also been featured as vocalist and Co-writer on the inspirational CD, REACH HIGHER, on Berardi Records, as well as singing the patriotic anthem, “LIBERTY,” which has over 1 million+ views on YouTube.  Note:  Ronnie  is a Leo and his favorite colors are red and black.


Born in Baltimore, Maryland, where his two older sisters introduced him to music - the Beatles, the Monkeys, Credence Clearwater Revival, Three Dog Night and many others, while Billy would bang on boxes his mother brought home from work.

After playing and performing all through his high school years, he enrolled in Pensacola Junior College, where he continued his music studies with courses in advanced music theory, piano, and orchestral studies. During this time, Billy was also performing with various local acts, making a point to play with (and learn from) local veteran players.

Billy continued to perform with local acts until the summer of 1983, when he flew to Chicago to attend a drum workshop sponsored by Zildjian cymbals where he met Steve Smith and Kenny Aronoff. It was a major turning point in his life. Kenny and Billy soon became friends, and Billy remained in touch with Kenny throughout that summer. In the fall of 1983, Billy decided to relocate to Bloomington, IN to pursue private instruction with Kenny. Billy studied with Kenny for three years, while honing his live skills by performing with a regional show band. In 1988, Billy moved to Nashville, TN, where he performed at Opryland with the 50’s Rock Show for 2 years. After that, Billy joined Capitol recording artists ‘The Golden’s’ (both Chris and Rusty, and their father, William Lee Golden), touring and performing with them for 3 years. After that, Billy toured with Mercury recording artist Jo-El Sonnier for nearly 2 years, followed by several tours with Billy Joe Royal.