Bio

Mitchell Bergen - Bass and Vocals

Mitchell comes from Southern California where he had a full time career as a musician playing many recording sessions, night clubs, concerts, and private events.  He played professionally with members of Survivor, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, Montrose, Lionel Richie, Kiss, Joe Cocker, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Rick Springfield, and others.




Ron Wright - Guitar and Vocals

Ron is a published songwriter and accomplished studio musician with a lifetime of playing live across the United States and Germany.  He has performed at concerts, private events, night clubs, cruise ships, and numerous recording sessions. Ron played in projects with members of Garth Brooks, The Georgia Satellites, Alan Jackson, Steve Walsh of Kansas, Travis Tritt, Gene Watson, Survivor, The Platters, and a host of well known Nashville studio cats.




Dr. Ian Rollins, PhD - Drums

Three years with Trick Dog playing local events, private parties and nightclubs. Before that, Dr. Ian Rollins received his B.M. in Percussion Performance from Texas Tech University, M.M. in Percussion Performance from the University of North Texas, and Ph.D. in Fine Arts – Musicology from Texas Tech University. His background in percussion performance is a varied mix of interests in musical styles and instruments. He was a member of the Roswell, Lubbock, and Midland Symphonies, performed for musical theater, toured as a drumset artist in pop settings, performed jazz on vibes and malletKAT in his own ensembles, a Latin percussionist in salsa groups, and performer of the steel pan. Ian has taught in music departments for San Jacinto College, Lonestar College, Houston Community College, The University of Houston, Lubbock Christian University, and Texas Tech. He has been a percussion clinician/educator/guest artist for various schools, including Brazoswood ISD, Pearland ISD, Colleyville ISD, Lewisville ISD, Coppell ISD, Deer Park ISD, Texas Tech, Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock ISD, and The Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas. He has extensive experience teaching all age levels for over twenty years. Dr. Rollins also formed Maroon Steel, the first official Steel Band of Texas A&M. 



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