TransAcoustic Radio
Unconventional acoustic entertainment from Richmond, Virginia

TransAcoustic Radio - the players are:
Tara Lane currently also sings with The Ragdolls, and has been playing music and entertaining audiences in various projects (Skuttlebutt, In Clover, Here and There, The Maybe Laters, Floating Folk, Everyday People, and solo) in and around town since the early 90s. She has played private functions, nightclubs, and festivals, and opened for Edgar Winter, Spin Doctors, and Joan Jett, to name a few. Most content to play other people's music these days, and mostly for a hobby, she is enjoying entertaining whenever someone will let her take the mic, no longer with the pressure of 'making it'.

Tara's Solo Demos!
Gimme Some Lovin' (Spencer Davis Group)
Black Horse and a Cherry Tree (KT Tunstall)
Natural Woman (Aretha Franklin)
Oregon Hill (Cowboy Junkies)
About a Girl (Nirvana)
Debbie Flood currently also plays drums with The Ragdolls, and has been playing the drums and performing for almost 30 years. She toured in 1991 with the Grammy Nominated band - disappear fear opening for the Indigo Girls, Melissa Etherdige, The Smithereens, Courtney Love, among others. Previous Bands other than df include: Smashing Systems, Chasing the Firefly, The Hurley Gurlies, The Griefbirds, Theories of the Old School, Family Circle, and Mother Radio. Debbie loves to play rock, blues, and jazz. Some of her current favorite bands include Tegan and Sara, disappear fear, Flyleaf, Evanescence, Pat Benatar and just about everything in between! And of course The Ragdolls!
James Wilkinson currently also plays bass with Everyday People and horn in the Richmond Pops Band, but for us he shreds the guitar with blistering hot leads, or as hot as you can get on a Taylor acoustic. James also sings some, much to the consternation of his wife, but to the joy of everyone else.
Leigh Strawderman currently also plays bass with The Ragdolls. Leigh is the most recent friend of Tara's to be drafted into TransAcoustic Radio. She is relatively new to the bass guitar, but you'd never know it. Come out and enjoy her meticulous fingerwork on the acoustic bass.