Miss Amy Vance was the surprise addition with
her out-front vocal style that really grabs you by the collar, and holds
your attention with her ability to be chameleon-like with H. B. She is, by
trade, a ballet teacher in SW Virginia and adds a lot of class and sass at
the same time to the show.
On bass guitar is the powerful stylings of Bob Sarver from Johnson City, Tennessee. Bob’s background comes from many hot nights of power-chording Southern rock-’til-you-drop, and he adds a depth to H. B.’s sound that has never existed before.
In early 2002, H. B. added-on the
final member of what has evolved into “3/4 Time”, his first-ever permanent
performing band. Tony Rominger hails from Elizabethton, Tennessee, and
rounds-out (for now) the elusive “H. B. sound” that has been missing for so many
years. Tony has played with the likes of James Brown, Jimmy Buffett, Willie
Nelson, and many others too numerous to mention. His abilities, instrumentally,
are staggering onstage and always leave you wondering “how the heck can one guy
be this good on so many instruments!?!”
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